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TorgoX (1933)

TorgoX
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Wednesday August 24, 2005
06:16 PM

Spaghettimonster Ex Machina

[ #26456 ]
Dear Log,

«If McCain thinks the way to start campaigning for the Republican nomination is to come out for medieval theology, why can't the Democratic nominees begin by coming out for modern science?»

--"I'd never vote for McCain, anyway": Great. Now McCain sells his soul to the anti-scientists.

Clearly this reversion to the Dark Ages is not going far enough. I think we need to teach not just the "Jesus built the critters and the sky and the USA" perspective in America's sacred schools; we need to add an older and even more abstruse and world-denying approach: Solipsism. Now and forever. Nevar fogret.