I saw this as I was flipping channels today while simultaneously listening to the mortarfire of the 98th Armored division surrounding St. Stephen's Episcopal: Link Man. I so want to believe that Faux's methodology in this poll is as biased as the rest of their network. I don't want to believe that this is an actual, valid result, because that means we've still got a long ways to go. About the only result that gives me any comfort is that most people don't believe that there is a "war on Christmas". I know the Right's really been trying to build up that straw man in recent years, and it's nice to know it isn't working. But the rest is unsettling, and raises a whole series of questions. Aren't we still teaching kids the Constitution in civics class? Or are we too afraid to bring up the subject of separation of church and state? Do certain religions exert so much influence (*cough*mindcontrol*cough*) that they override what kids learn in school? Do most people really not know that "under God" is a relatively modern addition, not something the Founding Fathers approved? Moreover, lacking the kind of propaganda mill that the Right has, how do we counteract all this blatant ignorance of how church and state are supposed to work?