Wednesday, June 06, 2007
. . . God created Republicans in His image. I know because they all said so in last night’s Republican debate when Wolf Blitzer asked about Biblical creation versus evolution (watch CNN’s Huckabee and Brownback videos). They seemed to agree with Mike Huckabee’s explanation that he’s not sure when this divine creation happened, or how long it took, but none confessed any doubt that it really happened.
Creationism can be imposed in schools, while An Inconvenient Truth or Sagan’s Cosmos can be banned, as long as it’s done, as McCain suggested, by local governments. Romney bravely insisted that no one was going to separate him from his Book of Mormon, but only Ron Paul seemed to understand that the supremely secular 1st Amendment was the inspired principle that protected Mitt from the Romans.
Given the original perfection of Eden, it logically follows that Democrats weren’t there at the beginning; I suspect they evolved later, after the fall, though it’s possible Tancredo and Brownback think they’re just aliens from somewhere, and we should weed out the ones with brown skin that don’t speak English before they pollute America’s precious bodily fluids. But despite their darker than God-like nature, Democrats are still expected to be persons of faith and to be explicit about the role God plays in their lives and prospective administrations.
I watched the highlights, or should I say LOWlights of the repug buffoons at work trying to convince whomever will listen that it they and they alone that can bring righteousness back into politics.
Must be nice to be endowed with the wisdom of the ages. The Dems just do not have it according to this bunch of goombahs. Most if not all want to NUKE Iran, yup nuke-em.
With this bunch you will get the SSDD and it will not be pretty.
The night was about bashing the chimp in an effort to elevate themselves to.....
the same level.
It was ugly.