From the Christian Post:
“Usually in the past when I have received a Christmas card, it's been 'Happy Holidays' and so on,” said Walters.
But the veteran anchor expressed dismay that President Bush and the First Lady would send out a “religious Christmas card” with a direct Bible verse from the Old Testament printed inside:
“You alone are the LORD. You made the heavens, even the highest heavens, and all their starry host, the earth and all that is on it, the seas and all that is in them. You give life to everything, and the multitudes of heaven worship you.”
After reading the scriptural message of the card, Walters asked in a critical tone, "Does this also go to agnostics, and atheists, and Muslims?"
I don't know--do agnostics, atheists and Muslims celebrate Christmas?
If I lived in a country that was founded on Muslim principles, where most of the people who lived there described themselves as Muslims, and I received an Islamic greeting card from someone--even their president--during Ramadan, gee, I don't think I'd find that odd at all.
It's not like this Christmas card in any way constitutes a "law respecting an establishment of religion." The card isn't even paid for by the government, but the Republican National Committee.
Imagine level of ignorance it takes to get bent out of shape that a Christmas card might contain something Christian on it. Don't they at least require that you've been to skooel to be a TV show hostess?