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20 March, 2009

The Ides of Texas

Filed under: Posts — clgood @ 20:43

Dr. McLeroy, the young-earth creationist in charge of the Texas Board of Education is not only trying to destroy science in the classroom and replace it with his narrow, loony version of Christianity, but thinks that scientists are atheists, pastors who support sound science are “morons”, and parents who teach the truth to their kids are “monsters”. Here’s a quote from a book he admires:

The Greek word translated as stupid is moron, where we get our word for a mentally dull and sluggish person. In my judgment, only morons—more than 11,500 morons in this case—could sign a letter maintaining that the “timeless truths of the Bible” are compatible with the billions of unpredictable aberrations of evo-atheism. What do these apostate morons celebrate at their Sunday services, the lies about humanity’s origins told by Moses, Jesus, and Paul? (p.57-58)

The science song: Algore to the left of me, jokers to the right

We’re living through the Flat Earth days again. The evidence is pouring in, 100% in favor of evolution. There really is just as much evidence for it as there is for a round earth. Yet a few are clinging desperately to their fables. Well, that way be dragons.


1 Comment »

  1. I’ll be right back..I’m going to bang my head on the wall for a few hours.

    Comment by Bob — 23 March, 2009 @ 7:22

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