Aren't all religious holidays in the US "stolen-by-commercialism."
Valentine's day: You must buy things to please your significant other, or they will leave you.
Easter: You must by candy for your kids, or they will hate you.
Christmas: You must buy things for everyone you love, know, or are acquainted with in any way, or they will think you are cheap or poor.
The only holidays that aren't commercialized are various memorial days (but even then, there are sales to be had at the local mall).
Send it to me, I'll do it for cheaper.
Pohl's law: Nothing is so good that somebody, somewhere, will not hate it.