I find it ironic that people lose their minds over what stores ask their employees to say to people during this part of the year but the same people who foam out the mouth when they hear "happy holidays" don't say anything when a store is open all day Christmas. Isn't a better example of "The War On Christmas" more and more stores staying open all of Christmas? Or maybe it has something to do with a lot of the CEOs of these stores being conservative like the soldiers on the front lines of the "War." Walgreens remains open during all of Christmas and its chief executive, Stefano Pessina, has only been praised by conservatives for speaking out against the British Labour Party.
If you search for stores open on Christmas, you find articles on mainstream media sites (Time, Fortune, Newsweek.) There isn't any popular conservative sites criticising stores for remaining open. Fox news for over a decade has talked about this "War" and kept lists of stores that say "Merry Christmas" or "Happy Holidays" and gives commentary on how morally bankrupt the latter are. Yet the only articles on Fox about what stores are open Christmas are just lists of the stores and the hours. Nothing about how their listeners should boycott or demand they close for the day.
I personally don't care what people wish me, however I do care when a large chain store like Walgreens or Rite Aid stays open the whole day on Christmas. It also just adds to the hipocracy of the "War on Christmas" when these stores make the "nice list" and stores that are closed for either the whole day or part of the day make the "naughty list"