what do you think about poeple sueing store's for saying merry christmas?
December 10, 2006 8:17am CST
I think it is wrong I belive you should beable to say have a merry Christmas without worrying about being sued
• United States
14 Dec 06
Ah, the joys of living in a politically correct society. I think it's ridiculous and stupid. I don't celebrate Kwanzaa, but if someone wished me a Happy Kwanzaa, I wouldn't go all ballistic over it. I'd be thankful they were thoughtful. Whatever, maybe it's just me. People can just really get on my nerves.
13 Dec 06
I don't understand why people feel the need to sue stores over this issue, either. Just because Christmas might not be your holiday does not mean you need to sue over someone wishing you well. I say this as someone who does not celebrate Christmas as their primary holiday. I don't take offence of someone says "Merry Christmas!" to me - I take it as a nice pleasantry and wish them a "Merry Christmas" or "Happy Holidays" back. It's simply being kind and polite to wish people well! As for the comment saying it's the "foreigners" who are causing this? Give me a break! Don't blame litigation on people who aren't even involved in the suing process. Blame the people who are starting the lawsuits! I think you'll find the vast majority of people doing the suing are NOT foreigners. Besides, not all people in your country who are actually born in your country celebrate Christmas. Just my 2 cents! ~Wyrdsister
• United Kingdom
17 Dec 06
Well they do here in the UK and why should they be sued What is happening to Christmas what is everyone doing to Christmas there is more and more being stopped for Christmas and the way things are going why not just scrap Christmas looks like it is dying of slowly anyway