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Ann Coulter: RINO, Sodomy Supporter

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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus8/18/2010 3:20:04 am PDT

re: #85 goddamnedfrank

On his website:

ronmcneiluscongress.com

The top of the page item is a pic of him with Reagan with this caption:

Ronald Reagan and Ron McNeil, meeting at the White House during Reagan’s Presidency and McNeil’s run for U.S. Congress. McNeil was voted the top non-incumbent candidate for U.S. Congress in the nation by Lee Atwater and the National Republican Party at that time.

Just to remind us how the current nuttiness got its promotion in national American politics.

He’s written a manifesto, available here:

youpublish.com

It’s quite the work. McNeil claims of Einstein:

Einstein’s theory of relativity is what we based the entire space program on, and then we used it successfully to land men on the moon.

Um, no, not even close. McNeil has as many misbeliefs about this subject as Conservapedia, only different ones.

Oh, and why is he concerned about Einstein?

Recently reported by foxnews.com, in an article written by Kelly Shackelford, ―Why the Texas Textbook Wars Matter to Every American‖:

…a liberal onslaught has been unleashed to try to influence these education standards. An unelected review panel, not the elected members of Texas State Board of Education, attempt to push through a number of highly questionable changes to the standards – removing Independence Day, Neil Armstrong, Daniel Boone, and Christopher Columbus – from them. They even dumped Christmas and replaced it with Diwali. You can’t make this stuff up! After a huge outcry from citizens and strong leadership by conservatives on the Texas State Board of Education, each of these changes was reversed. Sadly the attacks didn’t stop there. Albert Einstein and Thomas Edison were removed from World History, yet Mary Kay and Wallace Amos (of Famous Amos Cookies) were added, it appears, for more ―diversity.‖

Well, that pretty much tells us from where Mr. McNeil gets his information.