Something I have been pondering. In our constitution there is that bit about religious freedom, so wouldn't it be unconstitutional to tell us that we can't say Merry Christmas? And why is someone saying Merry Christmas to a non Christian so offensive. If someone say Happy Hanukkah to me I wouldn't be all up in arms, or Merry Kwanzaa, or Happy Ramadan. The point of saying Merry Christmas isn't about forcing religious views on others, at least for me it's not. It's to wish the joy that I feel surrounding the holiday on others. It's a season of joy, and for me that's best expressed as Merry Christmas. Seasons Greetings isn't joyful... it's blah. I mean yay, I got greetings... what does that mean... seasons hello?
Religious Freedom... stop treading on my rights people.