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From CBS news:
Starbucks accused of "war on Christmas" with holiday cupsWingnuts whining about imaginary affronts to their fake Christianity has become as much a part of the holiday season as stringing popcorn ornaments, space-heater fires and alcohol-fueled eruptions of barely suppressed WASP intra-family rage.
For millions of coffee-drinkers, the arrival of Starbucks' holiday-themed cups means Christmas is on the way.
"It's huge. People who don't even go to Starbucks regularly, they come during the holidays because we have the red cups," Starbucks employee Skylar Shelley said.
But some critics say the image of this year's holiday cup was like waking up to a lump of coal Christmas morning, reports CBS News correspondent Don Dahler. Unlike previous years when the cups came adorned with holiday-inspired images ranging from snowmen to ornaments, this year's design is just a plain red cup.
The topic percolated on social media, where Evangelical groups accused the company of waging a "war on Christmas."