In a trend consistent with the buttons I linked to earlier.
MADEIRA – Dan and Jennifer Giroux are hoping you don’t have a happy "holiday season."
And if anyone tries to greet the Madeira couple with that well-wishing, they’re likely to get angry.
As devout Catholics, the Girouxs are part of a growing religious movement that is upset by what they believe is the secularization of the Christmas holiday.
The couple has created a nationwide sensation by selling green and red rubber bracelets inscribed with the saying, "Just Say ‘Merry Christmas,’" through their Madeira store, the Catholic Shop.
The bracelets are designed as a statement against the increased use of the generic phrase "happy holidays.” Jennifer Giroux described the trend as "political correctness run amok."
Since the Girouxs began selling the bracelets two weeks ago, they have been inundated with orders through the Internet and shipped the items to 43 states. Besides individual sales, the shop has gotten orders from churches, youth groups and civic clubs. [Source]