Now before anyone goes getting their undies in a bunch let me say that everyone is entitled to an opinion.
I side with those who feel that it is Christmas, and as such, one should still be able to say "Merry Christmas".
Political correctness should not be force-fed and, though times have changed and we should all be a little more considerate, tolerant and open-minded, Christmas is coming, dammit.
Mom and dad were grocery shopping yesterday when mom spotted this snowman propped in front of a jewelry counter in Walmart. She thought it looked odd with the homemade "Merry Christmas" sign in its mittens, until she took a closer look at it.
We're not sure how long the homemade sign will hang there or who made it, or if anyone even cares.
Yes, the word "holidays" is a useful, generic term that safely covers everything for everyone, but come on, Christmas time is a season to celebrate and spread good cheer (God knows we need as much of that as we can get these days). If I want to say "Merry Christmas" as I have for who the hell knows exactly how many years, then I'm gonna say "Merry Christmas"!