The Huffington Post's "Religion" marked Hanukkah with quite a few articles and blog posts, most of which didn't have many comments or those that did were pretty simple wishing for a good holiday. Things got more interesting when there was an article about the lighting of the national menorah in front of the White House in Washington DC on Saturday. Most people pointed out that it didn't seem fair that the menorah (a religion symbol) was allowed there while a Christmas tree had to be referred to as a "Holiday Tree." As an atheist I think all religious symbols should be out, unless they want to make it clear that neither the menorah nor the tree is in fact religious, which I'm not sure would work.
Anyway, because this is the Huffington Post, the anti-Semites came out to play with Huffington Post moderator approval:
("They" being Chabad)
Welcome to the Huffington Post. And have a pleasant holiday!