But they are leaving out atheists with no holidays (holy days).
Happy Holidays specifically goes against their beliefs.
I see nothing wrong with that. Why is it only Christians have a problem with businesses not specifically stating Merry Christmas?
25 December is a federal holiday (in the US) for one reason.
Because it is Christmas.
It's not a federal holiday beause it's around Kwanzaa or Hannukah or at the end of the year.
Why is it only Christians have a problem with businesses not specifically stating Merry Christmas?
Why is it that non-Christians have a problem with Christians, and how Christians chose to celebrate their holidays, especially when it does not affect others (except to give these non-Christians days off and stuff on sale)??
Why do companies (and others) have a problem with saying "Merry Christmas"?
I'm not suggesting they should not use "Happy Holidays" at all, but advertisers/companies do go extremely far out of their way to avoid using the word "Christmas", especially when it is painfully obvoious from ads, they do have everything to do with Christmas. (Christmas lights, tree, stockings, wrapping paper, bows, etc.)