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I haven't either and send them out to everyone of all religions. everyone seems happy to get them. Just as I take cards from people of other religions and I am just grateful they thought of me.
Great answer but I do send my Jewish friends Christmas cards and they in turn send me Hannukah cards. I am just happy to get a card and so are my friends.
We don't have "national holidays" in the strictest since where the whol nation shuts down but we call certain "American holidays" national. 4th of July, Christmas,Thanksgiving.. http://www.statesymbolsusa.org/National_Symbols/Am...
To clarify, I'm happy to get Merry Christmas cards, but most these days say Happy Holidays, or Enjoy the Season so it's mostly a non-issue. @Dashingscorpio: I consider Christmas a Christian holiday, even if it has lost that meaning for many.
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Sam Little says
I think it is a good time to remember all of our loved ones with us regardless of their religion.
Renee' D. Campbell says
Yes, I give to everyone so they know I thought of them.
Thanks Lady _E. I agree and thank you as well to everyone who commented. I always try to be politically correct but inclusive and this sometimes can be tricky during the holidays but I include everyone in our holidays.