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  • No, i disagree.

    The U.S. will not ban Christmas. Despite the turn towards secularism in the U.S. there is very little chance that the U.S. will try to ban Christmas. It is simply too popular. Regardless, any attempt to ban Christmas would require a Constitutional Amendment because the 1st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects the Freedom of Religion.

  • The U.S. will not ban Christmas

    Despite the turn towards secularism in the U.S. there is very little chance that the U.S. will try to ban Christmas. It is simply too popular. Regardless, any attempt to ban Christmas would require a Constitutional Amendment because the 1st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects the Freedom of Religion.

  • No, the United States is not next in banning Christmas

    No, the United States is not next in banning Christmas. It does not make sense to believe that the United States will ban Christmas because North Korea did. In fact, the United States would be the last country to ban Christmas. It is amazing that North Korea was able to ban Christmas.

  • No, I don~t think so.

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has reportedly replaced Christmas with celebrations honoring his deceased grandmother. While Christians remain a minority in North Korea, Kim has declared Dec. 25 a holiday to pay tribute to Kim Jong Suk, who died in 1949, Why should US do the same? It is insane.


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