Certain factions have created the "war on religion," right along with the "war on Christmas." No one has denied people the right to practice the religion of their choice in their homes and places of worship. What does need to occur is a recognition of the fact that your right to believe what you will stops where mine begins, and, should I choose not to participate in any organized religion, my choice needs to be respected as well.
Let's not help them continue their chosen role as victim warriors, an oxymoron if there ever was one.
...if we try to take away their war on women, workers, unions, teachers, textbooks, voting rights, minorities, science, the environment, the separation of church and state, the poor, the unemployed, the middle class, common decency, and common sense, then they'll claim it's an attack on their religion.