by James Buchanan
A CNS news article reports “The Berryhill Baja Grill says it will not let political correctness ruin its celebration of Christmas.”
“The Houston area restaurant chain put signs up in each of its five locations that warn potential customers to be prepared for a big serving of Christmas spirit and patriotism when they walk through the door.”
Good for them. It seems more and more businesses are choosing to appeal to normal Americans, rather than the Gay-Lesbian-whatever freak show that the political left has become.
Americans want to be able to say “Merry Christmas” at this time of year, not the highly neutered “Happy Holidays” that the Jews and liberals try to force on all of us. I’m not celebrating Hanukkah or Ramadan or the extremely ridiculous made-up Kwanzaa holiday. I’m celebrating one holiday, Christmas, and I’m saying “Merry Christmas” and I don’t want to even see any Muslims in their Muslim garb.
The article continues “Notice. This store is politically incorrect. We say Merry Christmas. God bless America. We salute our flag and give thanks to our troops, police officers, and firefighters. If this offends you, you are welcome to leave. In God we trust,” say the signs, which are simply signed “Berryhill.”
“Berryhill CEO Jeff Anon said he was inspired to put up the signs when he saw the generic red cups debuted by Starbucks this winter, which he and other Christians have interpreted as the company’s attempt to downplay the celebration of Christmas.”
“Anon’s son showed him similar signs at other stores across the country, and he decided to follow suit.”
“’I don’t think anybody means anything bad or mean when they say ‘Merry Christmas’, and I thought somebody had to stand up and say enough of this,’ the CEO told KTRH NewsRadio.”
The people in Texas are lucky to have a patriot-owned business chain like this one. White Americans should support businesses like this and avoid businesses that put the Gay rainbow flag or other liberal signs in their windows.