Too bad for us conservatives that some in our ranks have decided to use a political forum to decide scientific issues. From my experience on these forums, those who push for the exclusion of evoution or the inclusion of ID or creationism in the curriculum, demonstrate a very limited understanding of, and education in, science. Then there are those who feel their religious faith is threatened by science...they are our equivlaent to the Taliban and, as such, represent a real scourge to the Conservative Movement.
posted on 11/13/2005 4:33:19 PM PST
LOL, stooping to calling others the Taliban are we? Very powerful arguement...
Rudder, I would be careful with the "Taliban" label. I think thats garbage. You would have to call the founders that because they did not see God in the classroom as an enemy to Science and that evidence is pleantiful.
posted on 11/13/2005 4:35:45 PM PST
(God bless and keep the United States of America)
[Too bad for us conservatives that some in our ranks have decided to use a political forum to decide scientific issues.]
I am a Christian conservative and find you all neo conservatives political aspirations to include separation of church and state, a blatant and dangerous disregard of our 1st amendment rights.
If you want to believe are the descendant's of apes and tadpoles (so unscientific, disregarding the transmutation of species) and are becoming little gods (where is evolution leading, why is mankind the only creature on the face of the earth to evolve when all other species are dying out (so unscientific to totally disregard the 2nd law of thermodynamics).
Perhaps you approve of the separation of political and religious speech? You may be a liberal if you do.
posted on 11/15/2005 4:33:02 AM PST
(Democrats are amoral (no moral values) and don't know it.)
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