Give me a break, “Ozark Mountain ‘Christmas”’ is ok but “Merry Christmas” isn’t!

The area of south west Missouri, including the city of Branson, celebrates “Ozark Mountain Christmas” every year between Nov.1 and Dec. 31. It spends tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars advertising “Ozark Mountain Christmas” and attracts hundred of thousands of visitors who spend millions of dollars, yet, in this world of being politically correct and not wanting to offend anyone, one is more likely to hear the greeting, “Happy Holidays” rather than “Merry Christmas” the very name of the holiday that is being advertised and promised. Shouldn’t it be the other way around?

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