Last year Target, Wal-Mart and Macys all decided they were not going to wish anyone Merry Christmas or have Christmas trees. Instead they decided they were were Holiday trees and were going to wish everyone Happy Holidays. My husband thought it was pretty ridiculous because Christmas Trees are Christmas Trees and they can’t just decide to change the name because it might offend someone. My personal opinion is I can understand a store like that saying Happy Holidays rather than Merry Christmas because there is all different religious holidays that happens in December besides Christmas that most stores don’t sell anything for or think of because the majority of the population is Christian. I wouldn’t be offended if someone told me Happy Hanukkah! But I can see people of the Jewish (or other) faith becoming tired of everyone just focusing on Christmas. What do you think?