Jim Inhofe Refuses To Take Part In The Tulsa "Holiday"(Formerly Christmas) Parade
December 01, 2010, 02:47 AM
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This just in—Senator Jim Inhofe is refusing to take part in the Tulsa "Holiday"(formerly Christmas) Parade. I have a feeling this will be spun as part of the "Right's War On Christmas"—a phrase often used for what is, after all, resistance to other peoples' war on Christmas. Tulsa had a Christmas parade until 2008, when it was renamed.

Inhofe says he won't take part in Tulsa holiday parade

Senator says Christ missing from event name

In this 2004 file photo, U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe greets onlookers during the AEP-PSO 2004 Christmas Parade of Lights in downtown Tulsa. Tulsa World File In this 2004 file photo, U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe greets onlookers during the AEP-PSO 2004 Christmas Parade of Lights in downtown Tulsa. Tulsa World File
By JIM MYERS World Washington Bureau WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe announced Tuesday that he will not participate in Tulsa's Parade of Lights until organizers put ""Christ'' back in the event's title.

"Last year, the forces of political correctness removed the word �Christmas’ and replaced it with �Holiday’ instead,'' the Oklahoma Republican said.[More]