The "budget" document shows Army organizers apparentiy spent $6,450 of public money on food. Hotel rooms for 39 "guests" cost taxpayers $7,168, and "escort vans" for artists cost $1,360. Apparentiy, one "worship service leader" was given a $1,500 honorarium. Fort Bragg spent over $12,000 on advertising. Thousands of dollars were apparentiy spent on Christian Tshirts, a climbing rock wall, children's activities and Graham ministry DVDs.The article asked, will "Americans, in the face of unemployment, home foreclosures, two wars and an uncertain economic future, describe the Almighty as a wrathful, cold critic of our failings, or maybe a distant, uncaring force?" The article and the response from readers overwhelmingly gave "god" credit for all life's good things - love, goodness, peace, "brotherhood."State Sen. Gary Siplin introduced a resolution to recognize "Merry Christmas" as the state of Florida's "official greeting" for Dec. 25. The resolution stated, in part, "WHEREAS, many Christians and non-Christians throughout the United States and the rest of the world celebrate Christmas as a time to cherish and serve others. . ."