Grinch Alert claims any business that acknowledges the existence of non-Christian religions is 'naughty'

I saw a news story tonight on a web site http://www.grinchalert.com that puts businesses on the 'naughty' list for saying things like Happy Holidays instead of Merry Christmas.
This site makes the assertion that if you so much as acknowledge the existence of religious holidays in December and non-religious holidays for that matter (like new year's), then you are somehow attacking Christianity. By simply not discriminating against non-Christians, this site (unsurprisingly run by a local church) believes you should be punished. They claim that by not specifying Christ, you are discriminating against Christians. Just wow....
To me, this seems like a white guy on a bus complaining that a black person's right to be on that bus infringes on his right to be on that bus. It's plain wrong.
What I did: I reported that site on that site's naughty list and used the provided field to describe why it belonged there. Please feel free to join me. :)

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Comment by luvtheheaven on December 8, 2010 at 12:34am
I just did. :D
Comment by Velogiraptor on December 8, 2010 at 6:51pm
Give 'em hell Tulsa! :)

Yeah, I'm thinking they won't publish ours, but maybe they'll get the message enough that next year they'll grow some morals.

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