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Rush Limbaugh, Creationist

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Lynn B.5/20/2009 10:24:00 am PDT

re: #867 bobbuck

You’re right but teaching Creationists that their religion is wrong is also unconstitutional. The First Amendment doesn’t qualify religious freedom on the correctness or provability of the religion. The whole thing is radioactive and must be avoided in a public school. If public schools do weigh in on the subject it’s not likely to go the direction this group wants because even in the Democrat party only 17% believe in evolution in which “God had no part” (Gallup)

So you’re proposing that evolution shouldn’t be taught in public schools because:

a) it teaches Creationists that their religion is wrong and therefore violates the First Amendment

b) most people don’t believe in “evolution in which ‘God had no part’ (straw man)

c) both of the above?

Fail. Try again.