But our enemies don't; no matter how multi-cultural we all assume our be-knighted wanna-be executioners are, they only know of America what their propagandists tell them - that we're weak, lazy, immoral, and controlled by the Jews. So they expect to catch us napping on Christmas, and figure they can perhaps engineer a good slaughter and ruin our holy day.
But for all of our alleged weakness, and allegiance to a higher power, it doesn't mean that we will abdicate the fight on our most revered days. Alas for our enemies, for what they have appeared to have learned firsthand is that Christmas is a day where we very well may fight back the hardest:
While many New Yorkers celebrated Christmas morning by tearing open presents, American soldiers stationed in one of the most dangerous combat zones in Afghanistan awoke to a hail of gunfire from a Taliban attack.
As these dramatic photographs show, one US platoon stationed on the front line in Badel -- a treacherous enclave near the Pakistan border -- spent the day exchanging heavy gunfire with terrorist forces.
As the Taliban creeps under cover of darkness to recover the bodies of their dead, perhaps they will reflect on this fine American tradition of sending our enemies to hell while we celebrate heaven on earth. And perhaps next year at this time, they will be smart enough to lay low, knowing what type of Christmas Day vengeance our brave troops are willing to deliver, wrapped in hollow point, armor-piercing bullets....