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Bush shows all the intelligence of his namesake

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Despite his own admittance that the federal government has no real place in educational decisions, Bush stated that he believes that ‘intelligent design’ should be taught in schools. He believes this is needed to “understand what the debate is about“. Why there is debate is beyond me. Evolution, is a scientific theory backed by research and observable, repeatable, verifiable experiment. “intelligent Design” is nothing more than creationism tarted up like a cheap whore and given what appears to be a politically correct name, hence, it is not science. If a school is offering a course on religion “intelligent Design” can be taught there, along side African Animist beliefs, Wiccan beliefs, and Zoroastrianism.

cross posted to www.iwt.blogspot.com

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  • alethinos59

    Well bubba… As an old Christian lady in Montana once said concerning the various translations of the Bible… “If English was good enough for Jesus, it’s good enough for me!”

    That’s the level of mentality we’re dealing with here friend…

  • one with no name

    “The last time they listened to a bush, they wandered the desert for 40 years”.

  • troll_krusher2k5

    I wish someone intelligent would design a space vehicle and we could put bush in it and send it on a one way trip to Venus.

    What does Bush exactly expect the students to “study”? Intelligent design consists of a mere one sentence catch phrase. How will that be used in a science lab? Maybe he should have thought of some of those things before he ran off at the mouth.

  • http://iwt.blogspot.com TheCO

    It does make one wonder how proponents of ID can say it with a straight face.