The Onion AV Club's 16 Morally Dubious Holiday Entertainments.
Fun idea, but I have to say the lyric they mock, "tonight thank God it's them, instead of you" never bothered me, and instead chilled me.
I always read it for the truly rare thing in contemporary music...stating something it didn't mean and then not explaining it. It seemed like it was putting us up against a secret truth, and it made me uncomfortable, but I appreciated it. And every time I hear it it still give me a combination guilty/appreciate what you have vibe.
The Onion's suggestion: "Tonight, let's pray nobody is starving" -- are they serious? That is very Hallmark card and doesn't make you confront any real feelings at all.