Here we go again

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Old Rocks, Mar 21, 2012.

  1. Old Rocks
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    The proponents of willfull ignorance are at it again. So we have the 'Conservatives' pushing misogyny, creationism, and lower taxes for the wealthy. What an intelligent bunch.
    Tennessee Science Bill Allowing Discussion Of Creationism In Schools Passes State Senate

    The move among Tennessee lawmakers is one of several across the country that seeks more wiggle room for discussion or of intelligent design in public schools. Indiana legislators in January moved forward on a bill that would allow school districts to decide whether to include creationism alongside teachings of evolution in science curriculum.
    Indiana Creationism Teaching Bill Moves Forward In State Senate

    Oklahoma, New Hampshire and Missouri have also considered similar bills designed to encourage critical examination of evolution theory.
     
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    Why would this upset you? The ol' "separation of Church and State" argument?

    I don't especially care for the teaching of gay lifestyles in our schools, nor the dispensing of birth control to middle schoolers.

    I'm not exactly a "Creationist", but I see nothing unhealthy in this legislation.
     

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