The other day I posted a link to some information on National Darwin Day.
I think it is a neat idea, but it doesn't have much of a chance of getting through. Our Government can't even pass a budget or immigration reform.
But that doesn't mean the crazy Christian right is going to take this one sitting down! No. This is 'Merica damn it!
So check out this petition: http://questionevolution.blogspot.com/2013/01/stop-darwin-day-in-usa-petition-our.html
Sure. Cause their little petition, under a hundred signatures, will have any bearing at all.
I would say it is like they don't understand how governments work, but that is obvious.
Reading over the blog (which to be fair is like mine in some weird, evil parallel mirror/mirror universe) would be funny, except that I fear too many people read it and take it seriously.
I particularly love how the makes claims and then uses his own blog to support those claims. Or uses such websites as Creation.com. Sure. What ever you need to do to convince yourself your are right.
I spent a little time on the site, but frankly the circular logic made me dizzy.
Go there if you must. But don't expect anything like rational arguments or intellectual discourse.
The circular logic made me dizzy too. I could only take a couple of minutes of it before I had to give up.ReplyDelete
I know. I am very careful here to think out my claims before making them. That is why this place is more of personal reflection than a flat out Atheism blog. Afterall, I am the only good judge of how I perceive things. Even if I do perceive something wrong or different, well it is all about my perceptions.Delete
But I am comfortable enough to say that that dude is not playing with a full deck.