If a Jew can wish Christians a Merry Christmas, why can’t the PC crowd? Who do they think they’re offending?

Benjamin Netanyahu: “Merry Christmas to our Christian friends around the world from Jerusalem.”

In honor of that ecumenical spirit, I offer this picture of the Jewish family group celebrating Christmas in their own traditional way. Merry Christmas one and all.

The Bernstein Family prepares to chow down

The Bernstein Family prepares to chow down  before heading out to the movies

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9 responses to “If a Jew can wish Christians a Merry Christmas, why can’t the PC crowd? Who do they think they’re offending?

  1. Walt

    Dude –
    The Jews do it right. They spread the holiday out over a few days, so it is a lot less stressful. We cram it all into one day, having to go shopping, wrap the gifts, cook the dinner and argue with relatives all over the span of a day. IT IS FRIGGING EXHAUSTING!!

    Channukah, Hannukah….can we get a GOD DAMNED Jew in hear so I can learn how to spell this GOD DAMNED HOLIDAY? They spread it out over eight days, to be sure they get their moneys worth. SMART!! It is relaxed and civilized. Unlike our one day hedonistic feeding frenzy. We are uncivilized pagans. You bagel eater.

    The Jews do it right. And I forgive them for killing Jesus. Or was that the Wops?

    How do you stop a Jewish girl from having sex? MARRY HER!!

    What do you call an Italian who marries someone Polish?
    A social climber!!

    Merry Christmas!! You lesbian.

    Your Pal,
    Walt

  2. Mazama

    When someone says “Merry Christmas” to a progressive their ears actually hear “Fu-k you” and their brains (sic) interpret the statement as a homophobic, racist rant. They’re OK with “Happy Holidays”because then that must refer to Kwanza or Ramadan.

  3. Peg

    Just got back from my Christmas movie – but no Chinese food for me.

    Merry Christmas, everyone! (Now that didn’t hurt ONE bit!)

  4. Funny, they don’t LOOK Jewish!!!!

  5. Anonymous Citizenette

    My black boss wished my late husband a happy Hanukkah at my company holiday party a few years ago because he apparently mistook hubby’s nickname for a similar sounding Jewish name (he was actually Catholic, of italian descent). I so wished hubbyb hf had returned the greeting with heartfelt wishes for a bountiful Kwanzaa. One wrong assumption deserves another, I figure.