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It’s Christmas Christmas Christmas Christmas in Congress — and Nothing Else

Number of members of the House signed on in support of an official congressional resolution declaring “the importance of the symbols and traditions of Christmas” and supporting the insertion of references to Christmas everywhere as a way to “protect the sanctity” of a day “to celebrate of the birth of Christ” : 67.

Number of House members signed on in support of an official congressional resolution honoring and supporting references to the Islamic holiday of Ramadan: 0

Number of House members supporting an official congressional resolution honoring and supporting references to the Islamic holiday of Eid: 0

Number of House members supporting an official congressional resolution honoring and supporting references to the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur: 0

Number of House members supporting an official congressional resolution honoring and supporting references to the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashana: 0

Number of House members supporting an official congressional resolution honoring and supporting references to the Pagan holiday of Samhain: 0

Number of House members supporting an official congressional resolution honoring and supporting references to the Pagan holiday of Yule: 0

Number of House members supporting an official congressional resolution honoring and supporting references to the Pagan holiday of Beltane: 0

Number of House members supporting an official congressional resolution honoring and supporting references to the cultural holiday of Kwanzaa: 0

Number of House members supporting an official congressional resolution honoring and supporting references to the seasonal holiday of the Solstice: 0

2 thoughts on “It’s Christmas Christmas Christmas Christmas in Congress — and Nothing Else”

  1. ramone says:

    the 0s don’t need to be feeling to left out, christmas rituals are a culmination of all the afore mentioned pagan and other religious holidays. when it suits there pleasure it is not beyond christians to get downright pagan. they just don’t acknowledge it.

  2. Tom says:

    Why, it’s UNCONSTITUTIONAL!! (like everything else, eh?)

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