Well, that, there, is a "CHRIST-mas Tree", from Nashville's Boss Creations (Boss!). It's a war on war on Christmas, says the tree's designer, Marsha Boggs:
When I became a Christian a few years ago... I was appalled by the secularization of the Christmas holiday. When retail stores started substituting 'Happy Holidays' for 'Merry Christmas,' and schools began calling their Christmas programs 'Winter Plays,' it all seemed ridiculous to me. That's why we have created products that remind people what the Christmas season is really all about—the birth of Christ.
News of this tree comes to us (well, to me) from the New Yorker's ever-redoubtable Hendrik Hertzberg, who pithily notes that "the problem with [Boggs's] product is that the cross is not a symbol of the birth of Christ. It’s a symbol of the death of Christ. The holiday with which the cross is logically associated is Good Friday."
Come on, Rick, give her a break. She only became a Christian a few years ago!
You just try hanging your little handmade cloth angel ornament on your family's tree now, satanist. Art class? You know who went to art class? Hitler. Hitler did. He loved it.