Wednesday, November 9, 2005

Boycott Wal-Mart?

Bill Donahue, the President of the Catholic League, has urged 126 religious organizations to boycott Wal-Mart. The reason being that a customer complained to Wal-Mart customer service because in all their stores it says 'Happy Holidays' where it once said 'Merry Christmas'. Wal-Mart responded with an email that said that there are many other traditions and Christmas is not necessarily Christian. So they also promote Hanukkah and Kwaanza, which is not a real holiday by the way. But if you search in the Wal-Mart website, you will find about 200 items listed under Hanukkah and 77 items under Kwaanza. But only a 'Holiday' page for Christmas, and no reference to Christmas whatsoever. It's time to boycott Wal-Mart, but I suggest you make your own decision to this, though the facts should persuade you to boycott Wal-Mart as well. At the very least, pass this along to friends to remind them of the Political Correctness at Wal-Mart have gone amuck. For more click here.


Reason #8,101 to boycott Wal-Mart.

(I've been boycotting them for around a year now.)

Sadly, most other major chains have similar policies.

Anonymous said...

I think we should Boycott Wal-Mart for the economical destruction and corruption that has been doing to its own store employees and to the international market. Remember, We celebrate the birth of a homeless, migrant child during Christmas. So, don't you think that Bill Donahue should of propossed a Nation wide Christian Boycott during the Christmas season? This way we could all honor and go back to the true essence of the holiday. May be Mr. Donahue could focuss on more important issues that could really bringabout CHRISTMAS to others.

Anonymous said...

I will visit WalMart even more now! You religous fanatics think you can push your views on everyone.

Unknown said...


Shop till you drop, that is your only religion. Consumerism.

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