Have you noticed how a growing number of businesses no longer say "Merry Christmas" on the phone or in their stores?
Have you seen how stores are celebrating "Happy Holidays," not "Merry Christmas" in their advertising and store displays?
They want money for the Christmas celebration but intend to deny even the existence of Christmas.
I've noticed that the vast majority of Jews and other non-Christians have no problem hearing "Merry Christmas" from someone, or even saying it themselves. After all, it is meant in a spirit of good cheer and best wishes.
Only a handful of politically commiecrat liberal activists and liberal media elite have a problem with it.
Many retailers have sadly caved into this liberal commiecrat assault on Christmas.
Perhaps they just need to be told by the good guys to buck up and not listen to the Scrooges of the Left.
Dr. James Dobson has put together a list of stores and their policies about calling a spade a spade and declaring Christmas "Christmas", or not.
In your own daily life:
1. Say it: Say "Merry Christmas". And if someone says "Happy Holidays," reply with joy "Merry Christmas." Don't lose an opportunity. (If they wish you a Happy Chanukah in response, thank them, smile and give the thumbs up. I like Jews with pluck).
2. Your cards: Make sure your Christmas cards don't say "Seasons Greetings" or "Happy Holidays" like the leftist Political Thought Police want. Proclaim Christmas in Christ-centered cards, even if you are not particularly religious, just to piss off the Left.
3. Christmas Purchases: Avoid shopping at stores that fail to say Christmas in their ads or in the stores. Feel free to let the manager know, it can help change the policy.
Finally, here's a spoof on anti-Christmas—you'll like it. Click here for Happy Ramahanukwanzmas.