Last year, his boycott of Tulsa’s Holiday Parade of Lights made national headlines, when Inhofe said, “Until the parade is again named the Christmas Parade of Lights, I will not participate.”
It’s parade time again: Will Inhofe take a lesson from Ebenezer Scrooge and redeem last year’s sins by keeping Christmas alive in his own heart?
Parade sponsor This Land Press has extended a special invitation to Inhofe in hopes that he will end his Christmas crusade. This will be the first parade in which Tulsa’s Muslim and Jewish communities will participate, according to Vincent LoVoi, This Land Press publisher.
“The local community has truly rallied around the (parade) this year,” said LoVoi. “Tulsans want to send a clear message that we welcome and respect people of all faiths.”
Seriously, Inhofe, get off your high horse (literally, as he rode a horse in parades of Christmas past) and join in on the fun! It’s not like they’re asking you to embrace the theory of global warming.