It's my impression that the 'Christmas spirit' is supposed to be about sharing, giving, thinking of others, and helping those less fortunate than ourselves. I fail to see how your committee hyperventilating about the way in which people choose to greet each other during the holiday season accomplishes any of that.I encourage you to give them a piece of your mind as well.
You people don't care about Christmas. You care about trying to impress the world with how self-righteous you are. If you really gave a damn about the things Christmas is supposed to be about, you would devote your considerable efforts to supporting the families of our troops in Iraq, say, or collecting toys for disadvantaged youth or any of a thousand other things that matter more than whether a store uses 'Merry Christmas' or 'Happy Holidays'.
You people are pathetic. Go get some professional therapy.
Friday, December 24, 2004
An open letter to the hypocrites at The Committee to Save Merry Christmas, whom I learned about via Kos: