Weekend Ramblings – Merry Christmas! My Way Of Saying Happy Holidays

A local radio station brought this to my attention on my drive to work and I must say I was pretty impressed. Saying “Merry Christmas” can have some negative consequences nowadays since everyone is tripping over each other trying to be politically correct.   I’m raised catholic, but not the traditional kind where I ram my religion down everyone else’s throat.  I also find it ironic that as peaceful religion is, its responsible for much of the violence today but that’s a story for another day.  With the holiday season upon us everyone is trying to give everyone the holiday blessings but they are so scared of being offensive! Its pretty difficult to offend me so if someone says any cultural equivelent to Merry Christmas I don’t get miserable about it. I’ll take Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Feliz Navidad, Happy Kwanzaa, and even Joyeux Noel! I do get a little annoyed with Happy Holidays though for some reason… Anyways. Watch this video below to watch this woman say it how it is.

 

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