Do you say Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays, or do you care? A satirical-feud has ensued the past several years, between Bill O’Reilly and Jon Stewart over whether we should say “Merry Christmas” or the more Christian-less “Happy Holidays.” As if we didn’t already have enough on our plates to think about, these two nut jobs have me doubting myself on whether I’m going to offend someone this holiday season.

The “War on Christmas”, as Bill O’Reilly refers to it, has Jon Stewart on the other side as the antagonist lobbing barbs back at the Factor host on a (pardon the pun) “Daily” basis. It has become so comical that I’m now tuning in to see who will call whom what. Did that make sense? Anyway the ball is in Jon’s court today, but I’ll bet not for long.

In what may seem like an apparent victory, Bill O’Reilly recently had the head honchos at both WalMart and Target changing their opinion on this issue. Now, the marketing chiefs at both WalMart and Target recanted their “Happy Holidays” marketing plan, both store representatives claimed that customers are the reason for the change in their marketing campaign and not the “O’Reilly Factor”.

This video shows O’Reilly’s angle on the “War on Christmas”.

Here’s Jon Stewart’s rebuttal on The Daily Show.

Should we say “Merry Christmas”, “Happy Holidays” or how about just saying, “Have A Nice Day”?