Who thought this up, a politician and why are so many people going along with it. We keep changing in America to accommodate more people we don't need. Who else is sick of being told what to say and how to, isn't this going against our freedom of speech?????
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Canada continues to sound like a magical place compared to the US...
I am Christian and celebrate Christmas every year; yet, in your country's so called inclusive nature it seems to be overwhelming referred to as the so called inclusive term Winter Holiday which to me is completely exclusive of its meaning..
I have not once heard the term "Winter Holiday".
The original question is based around the States. I dont see what people call the holidays in a completely different country has to do with anything really.
Christmas is only one day. If your holiday during the winter lasts longer than a single day, guess what? It's the "winter holiday." Ba-da ba ba-dum bum.
That's a fair point - the school break is called "winter break", "Christmas break" wouldn't be accurate because it's 10+ days. But I assure you that everything Christmas related is still referred to as Christmas.
Its really no wonder why you specifically get upset at political correctness. How often are you told to think before you talk?
Ehhhh...your views on immigration are still pretty iffy, but when it comes to the "Merry Christmas" thing, THAT'S some real bullsh(dookie). I'm generally in favor of political correctness, but that sh(kerfuffle) is just stupid.
Lee Lee---Christmas is my favorite holiday. I have celebrated over 70 and 55 as an Atheist. I always say Merry Christmas and wonder of the people who do not. I really like Easter and yellow Peeps. Merry Christmas and a Happy Easter.
i called no one mean spirited and uninformed. i said a potential comment might be those things.