Response to Judi Lynn (Original post)
Mon Feb 4, 2013, 02:53 PM
Moostache (2,150 posts)
7. Give. It. Up.
I am begging the GOP to stop playing the "I'm-the-biggest-idiot-in-the-room" game. It WON'T help you get elected and despite what may SEEM like empirical evidence in Dan Quayle, George W. Bush and Sarah Palin, its more likely to make you a national punchline than a top-of-the-ticket brand name.
Creationism is so laughably inadequate to describe the development of life on earth that its just sad to see people even WANT to keep on defending it publicly. Pathetic really.
The same is true of climate science deniers, fracking defenders, abortion doctor murders and the rest of the lunatics on the right. There is no "controversy" about human cloning either. If we chose to clone a human being we could do so easily. To imply controversy would be to imply that somehow the process itself is in doubt instead of the ethics of doing so. There is no special religious place that protects the sanctity of creating human life, just an all too real (and valuable) human ethics to give us pause on doing what we can without considering if we should.
The all too real scientific debates - like whether or not we should have mandatory GMO labeling in the marketplace - are frequently blocked by the same moron brigade who are only too happy to "debate" whether or not a boat was built to save all of life from a homicidal maniac "gawd" that was appeased by ritualistic sacrifice and burning goat flesh. Really? In the 21st century we still suffer these fools and their retarded ideologies gladly?
What this country REALLY needs is a very scaring, atheistic foe to replace the boogey-man du jour of "radical Islam". I miss the Communists so much...
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