Politically Incorrect Restaurant Tells Customers 'Merry Christmas'
A restaurant chain in Texas is warning customers that their eatery is "politically incorrect."
Berryhill Baja Grill CEO Jeff Anon says he's Jewish, and he still sees nothing wrong with saying "Merry Christmas."
"I just got tired of all the news of everybody having to be politically correct," Anon told ABC News.
The restaurants have been decorated for the holidays, including Hanukkah decorations.
The chain has posted signs outside all nine locations saying: "Merry Christmas," "God Bless America," and "In God We Trust."
Anon said that for every negative response to the signs, there are "hundreds" of positive ones. The sign also notes that customers can leave if they are offended.
"The outpouring of support has been absolutely terrific. We're actually getting a lot of requests from people to get the sign," he said. "Some people say you shouldn't take religion into the workplace. We're not trying to bring religion into the workplace. It has nothing to do with religion. It's the spirit of the holidays."