O’Reilly: Since We Have Won the War on Christmas ‘This Is a Clean-Up Operation’

‘Most companies stopped the nonsense and Merry Christmas became a common greeting once again’

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O'REILLY: "Now, does the Christmas deal really matter? Since the war has basically been won, this is a clean-up operation. But the information is valid. Many Americans celebrates Christmas because they believe that Jesus is the savior and his birth should be honored. And because it's a federal holiday, there is no reason to diminish Christmas or insult those who believe in it. Don't like Christmas? Ignore it. So, companies and stores that embrace Christmas obviously will attract folks who feel the same way. As for talking points, we're just happy that most Americans see Christmas as a positive experience. And we're happy we could contribute to that. And that's 'The Memo'."

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