Bah, humbug? Oy vey!
The Washington Post's Charles Krauthammer writes:
I'm struck by the fact that you almost never find Orthodox Jews complaining about a Christmas creche in the public square. That is because their children, steeped in the richness of their own religious tradition, know who they are and are not threatened by Christians celebrating their religion in public. They are enlarged by it.
Oh yeah? His comments are tucked into a tirade against the de-Christianization of Christmas (he's a Jew, actually), so as not to offend anyone now that we're all multi-culturalists. Sticky issue. What do we think?