It's not Halloween yet, but the attack on Christmas has already begun.
In Kentucky, the tree that will sit on the Capitol lawn will not be called a Christmas tree. Instead, the giant evergreen will be known as a "holiday tree."
A giant evergreen that will brighten the Capitol lawn this winter won't be called a Christmas tree. Instead, Gov. Steve Beshear's administration has dubbed it a "holiday tree." Beshear is a DEMOCRAT.
In an Associated Press story, the Rev. Jeff Fugate of Lexington says the change is offensive to Christians.
Beshear administration spokeswoman Cindy Lanham says the holiday tree reference is meant to be inclusive of Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year's. People found out about it Tuesday when the state sent a letter looking for someone to donate a tree.
Republican Senate President David Williams of Burkesville says Beshear is putting political correctness ahead of Kentucky values.