11.20.2006

Best Buy . . .

. . . won't be using "Merry Christmas" at Christmas. Let the boycott, in Christian love, begin. I'll boycott them, too, unless they are selling something I want to buy.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Let me be the first to wish you a Merry Christmas. See you in church.

betty boop said...

I just don't get it...the very reason we celebrate Christmas is because of the birth of Christ. It may be over commercialized and has obviously lost its meaning to some people, but the very reason we give gifts at Christmas is because of the greatest gift of all that was given to us!

greta said...

Best Buy says they are going to continue to use the term holiday because there are several holidays throughout that time period, and we certainly need to be respectful of all of them.

mmmmm... that sounds pretty logical. Of course, there will be those groups of rocket scientists who will find something wrong with it. Geeez

betty boop said...

Greta, I guess I'm one of those "rocket scientists" as you put it, but do you think we would have a "holiday season" if it weren't for Christmas? And do you really think that many people are offended by it? It's all about "political correctness" these days, don't ya think?

Anonymous said...

Merry Festivus.

Anonymous said...

I'm of Jewish decent. I'm a veteran, citizen, voter and taxpayer. I respect any of you who celebrate Christmas and other religious or special days in this season.

There is no reference to Christmas, Christian religion or any other specific religion in the Constitution I pledged to defend. So I'll join Barry and the rest of ya'll at Best Buy if they have something I actually want to buy.