You have been pung.
If faith baised issues should not be taught in schools, then evolution (as it applies to the origin of man) should not be taught there either.
If one unsustainable theory can be taught there, then all unsustainable theories should be able to be taught there.
I can't imagine why Santorum would even stick his foot into this one way or the other. No wonder he's so unpopular lately.
At this point I do not care whether intelligent design wins or not. It's not my theory entirely either. I just like the debate. But I don't care because I do not believe in the public school system. They are anti-Christian in every way -- every last one of them.
Santorum - watch how fast this guys scrambles for anyone to like him.
Run Ricky run...
Santorum said flatly Saturday, "I disagree. I don't believe God abandons people,"
Remember these verses, Rick?
Remember the Garden of Eden?
Genesis Chapter 3, verse 4. "And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die:"....Gen. 3:23-24 "23. therefore Jehovah God sent him forth from the garden of Eden, to till the ground from whence he was taken. 24. So he drove out the man; and he placed at the east of the garden of Eden the Cherubim, and the flame of a sword which turned every way, to keep the way of the tree of life."
Or how about the Flood?
Genesis 6:13-14 "13. And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth. 14. Make thee an ark..."
And perhaps you also don't believe in Sodom & Gomorrah?
Genesis 19:24-25. "Then Jehovah rained upon Sodom and upon Gomorrah brimstone and fire from Jehovah out of heaven. 25. And he overthrew those cities, and all the Plain, and all the inhabitants of the cities, and that which grew upon the ground."
I wonder if this habit of supposedly Christian-subscribing politicians reading out of existence these clear expressions of God's righteousness...and previous practice of "abandonment" of sinning people (those who consciously abandon God)...is a good indication of a similar inclination by these politicians to disregard the U.S. Constitution?
That's a big flip-flop from the Santorum admendment he proposed in the No Child Left Behind act
Too bad he learned a little too late that replacing science with mythology is a losing issue
"Robertson warned residents, "If there is a disaster in your area, don't turn to God, you just rejected him from your city."
What an idiot.
he's cracking up. whats next? Rick's gonna say is Roe v Wade is cool too!!
now he's just one more Rino in the herd.
I can't believe I once touted lil' Rickie as presidental material. Evan sported a "Santorum08" tagline till the 04primary. Now he doesn't miss a chance to rub my nose and conservative values in the sh*t.
Santorum in panic mode and abandoning his principles Barf Alert!
Santorum is moving so far left he will be to the left of Specter.
Thank God someones got some sense!!!!!!!!!!
Good grief! Please don't tell me Santorum, of all people, is already choking and going the "moderate" route because he's running scared from the scumbag liberal Democrat press??
If so, he is chasing away the "broken glass" conservative base that gets him elected.
If so, he is toast.
You know, "intelligent design" is about the crappiest name I ever heard for something purportedly undertaken by God. Whoever came up with the moniker "intelligent design", anyway? Yeccch.
>>>Santorum's comments to The Times are a shift from his position of several years ago, when he wrote in a Washington Times editorial that intelligent design is a "legitimate scientific theory that should be taught in the classroom."<<<
I believe this is called pandering.
Sounds like Santorum knows he's down in the pols in PA and saw what happened to the Dover school board. He knows the losing side of an issue and isn't taking any chances.
Science leads you where the establishment-approved scientists lead you.
Santorum has become unpredictable. Unpredictable means incapable of being trusted anymore.