No need to be homeless in Bethleham

Washington Times:

There's plenty of room at the inn this year.
Bethlehem's inns, which had no vacancies for the birth of Jesus about 2,000 years ago, are largely empty this Christmas season, according to a United Nations report that found tourism to the West Bank town has fallen 92 percent in the past four years.
While liberals like to pretend that Jesus was born homeless, Mary and Joseph's real problem was that the inns were over subscribed, which is a very different problem from not being able to afford to rent a room while you are out of town. If the liberals wre right, homelessness could be solved by letting the terrorist scare away most of the visitors to cities.


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