The whole red cup thing is a little crazy. As I understand it, a few of the brethren were up in arms about Starbucks removing Christian Christmas symbolism from their delightfully delicious high-priced java.
I'll support any and all Christians in the world in their struggles, but this isn't one. I've got a few under my own roof, as a matter of fact (Christians AND struggles). But I don't have any expectations from businesses except for their "business" and I certainly don't feel like they must choose to celebrate a Christian holiday exactly as the Christian community may acknowledge it (in spite of the fact that is IS called "Christ-mas," if that's not your religious bend you might still want coffee and I can see that being important to someone who, say...sells coffee?).
But the red cup complaints were way too far down the road before the first person raised their head and said, "Hey...their cups have always been holiday-neutral (my made-up term)."
Less Christian complaints, more Christian action. There's plenty of real things to worry about. Trust me on this one. And go get a coffee, it's chilly out tonight. Merry Thursday.