Happy Holidays or Merry Christmas?
Why can't we say Merry Christmas?
So they say we can't say "Merry Christmas" because it isn't respecting the other religions that have celebrations. Does Merry Christmas stop someone from saying Happy Kwanzaa or Happy Hanukkah? NOT AT ALL!
A person should rightfully wish someone else their own celebration. If I tell someone "Merry Christmas" but they celebrate Hanukkah, I would be glad if someone wishes me a Happy Hanukkah. Canada and the United States have agreed to accept people from other countries and other religions so those people should understand that the majority do celebrate Christmas.
It's like going into someone's house for a week and saying they can't eat meat because you are a vegetarian. Beliefs are personal and there is no need to force someone to say or do something that is against their beliefs.
Constitution says that everyone has the right to their own religion and their beliefs.
So saying that someone can't say Merry Christmas is going against Constitution and against basic human rights.
Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays
Of course we must respect those who do not celebrate Christmas but we shouldn't have to shut down our lives for those people.
If you prefer not to say anything at all, nobody says you have to.
People should be free to say what they want.