Hell, It's about time!
There seems to be some debate over which is more "politically correct". Which do you think it should be?
I agree 100% with this entire statement. What are you going to do?I say Merry Christmas when I'm referring to Christmas... however I will say have "holiday season" when referring to this month. To me holiday season is plural enough to cover the short period of time between Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years. Seems like we cram alot of big holidays in that short span, so it makes sense to say Holiday season in that sense. However, I rarely say "Happy Holidays". On the rare occasion I do its in reference of more than one holiday (usually Christmas & New Years).
my take on Making Christmas Politically correct is, if you dont like it or are offended by it. Dont recognize it, simple as that. If you're offended by the thought of Christmas than chances are its not a holiday meant for you. I dont recognize Yam Kipper or Hannukah as they do not apply to me, and to be honest I'm not offended by hearing them. If someone told me Happy Hannukah I'd probably smile and say it back even though it doesnt apply to me. I mean what kind of Selfish Self Absorbed Arrogant Contemtible Person do you have to be in order to be that dedicated in taking the joy out of a single day to please just yourself.