You have no right to be offended by “Happy Holidays” (VIDEO)

I made a video about the whole issue of “Happy Holidays” versus “Merry Christmas”. It’s actually kind of dark, but I think it’s something that needed to be said.

This video is a first for me in a few ways. It’s the first time I’ve been this negative or aggressive with a political message – usually I opt for being sarcastic or funny in some way. This is also my first video doing the “talking to the camera” style of monologue.

So check it out, and let me know what you think. Is it too much? Does it get the point across?

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  1. Peter Guerin says:

    Growing up on Long Island in the 1970s and 1980s, everyone assumed that when you said “Happy Holidays”, you were covering Christmas, New Year’s and at most Hanukkah. But no thanks in large part by the PC police by tacking on Kwanzaa, Agnostica, Festivus, Saturnalia, Eid, Winter Solstice, etc., on the one hand and cultural conservatives stubbornly refusing to yield on the other, both sides have contributed to the unjustifiable vilification of what was once an innocent way of expressing one’s sentiments during this season. This should be the season of “Peace on Earth and good will towards ment”, not bashing the other guy’s head in over what’s the “proper” way of expressing one’s sentiments. I’m surprised “Season’s Greetings” hasn’t been as vilified.