How the Democratic Grinches Stole Christmas
by Jennifer Mesko, managing editor
Nine Democrats refused to support a U.S. House resolution Tuesday seeking the official recognition of Christmas — even though eight of them supported a similar resolution on Ramadan earlier this year.
"The foundation of this nation and this culture is Christian. … I think there's an assault on Christianity in
"It's time we stood up and said so and said to the rest of
King missed the vote after an ice storm stranded him in
Those in King's crosshairs are: Reps.
Ashley Horne, federal policy analyst for Focus on the Family Action, said: "These nine lawmakers were the only members of Congress to oppose a resolution honoring
Nine other Democrats and one Republican voted "present" on the resolution, which means they did not take a position. Forty lawmakers did not vote.
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