75 Republicans in the House of Representatives want to pass a resolution condemning people for saying "Happy holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas."
I'm not making that up.
But wait, there's more.
The sponsor basically only wants to get a dig in at the president, and it turns out the congressman is a big, fat hypocrite:
Declaring that the Obamas' holiday card doesn't mention Christmas, Brown said, "I believe that sending a Christmas card without referencing a holiday and its purpose limits the Christmas celebration in favor of a more 'politically correct' holiday." Brown's fight to preserve Christmas and shun "happy holidays" has earned him the title of "patriot" from noted culture warrior Bill O'Reilly.
However, Brown's 2008 December newsletter wished a "happy holiday" to his constituents for the "holiday season." Although the newsletter had a link to the White House Christmas tree website, it made no other mention of Christ or Christmas. And as Slate's Chris Beam has observed, Brown didn't introduce his resolution last year, even though President Bush's 2008 holiday card didn't mention Christmas either.