Liberty Counsel is back with their annual list of where you shouldn’t be shopping this year because some stores dare use the phrase “Happy Holidays” instead of “Merry Christmas” in their advertising.
Have fun reading the 8th annual “Naughty & Nice list.”
This year, you better not waste your time on Best Buy:
Web site: No “Christmas” on home page and only one link “Guaranteed Christmas Delivery.” Consumer report that company spokeswoman, Dawn Bryant, announced they would not use “Christmas” in advertising but Thanksgiving weekend printed an advertisement that offered a Muslim holiday greeting “Happy Eid al-Adha.” In Store: Happy Holiday sign and decorated tree. [Cashier] mumbled “you too” response when consumer wished him “have a Merry Christmas.”
“You too”?! “YOU TOO”?! Must be Christian code for “Fuck off.”
At least Sam’s Club is ok:
Web site: “Still Need Delivery by Christmas?” displayed on home page. “Merry Christmas” gift card.
And that’s really what Christmas is all about: quick delivery.
Liberty Counsel demands that you make money off of the materialism of Christmas or else they’re going to call you a “Foe.”
Jesus must be rolling in his grave.
Or something like that.