RE: [creationevolutiondebate] Re: Personal Beliefs are Not Science
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> Subject: [creationevolutiondebate] Re: Personal Beliefs are Not Science
> No. I insist that the local people decide what is taught to their kids.
> is fine, Creation is fine. Have separate class and let the parents andkids
> decide. Let the elected local school board decide, not dictators in thefederal
> government.This is what the creationists want. Then they can gerrymander ignorance
into a national trait.
> But no. Nazi is saying small town America can't decide. That is a
> Seems you are really the one that loves Kings and Dicktors, eh?The CONSTITUTION says that you cannot teach YOUR religion to my nieces and
nephews in the local public school, even if YOUR religion is very popular in
the area. If you don't like that, move somewhere else.
> Just like I said. They lie like a MO FO then accuse the other person.
> You know it true. You know I know it's true. That is what you can't
Stop putting YOUR foul language in MY mouth. And take your lying preaching
some other place. It has no effect on me, as I have a decent and secure
relationship with the deity that creationists defy while lying about serving
> > I ask what is so wrong about that? Not that I'mTin: Forcing tax payers to help you pay
> > so for it or against it. I just see freedom
> > slipping away in this country.
to promote ignorant, superstitious, anti-science
beliefs and violate the Constitution is a perverse
application of freedom.