Bill O'Reilly made numerous broadcasts on his show, particularly against the widespread use of the phrase "Happy Holidays." On Nov. 9, 2005 he presented an investigation into department stores that don't use the phrase "Merry Christmas." Amongst those attacked were Sears and Kmart, which had a banner on their Web site that, rather than openly proclaiming Christmas, said, "Wish Book Holiday 2005."
"They were the worst we had to deal with . . . I think the backlash against stores that don't say 'Merry Christmas' is enormous because now people are aware of the issue."
So, what do you think the aforementioned people offended about the widespread use of phrases such as "Happy Holidays" and "Season's Greetings" will think about this secular, non-Christian greeting on the front webpage of one of the country's leading organizations, representing over 47 million Americans?
Which organization? This one, ironically enough.