Jerry Eaglefeather Monroe, pastor of Eagle Circle Drum Ministries, said the rally Saturday was all about keeping Christ in Christmas.
"This country was founded on Christian ethics," he
"I'm Native American, but I'm a Christian.
I believe in the Lord Jesus Christ.
The atheists can have their own day, April Fool's Day.
The fool has said in his
heart there is no God."
said the Christians gathered to stand together.
They had no intention of raining on Silverman's parade, and he
should not rain on theirs, he
"I don't want our rights taken away as Americans.
We gather to fight for our rights," Monroe
has no problem with other religions.
just doesn't want someone to prevent Christians from having their traditional means of celebration.
"Christ is in Christmas," he