Thursday, December 01, 2011

Bachmann Suggests Intelligent Design Is a 'Scientific Fact'

It's important to remember now, now that we've been at this for a few years, that Bachmann is not some a wacky outsider.  She is a representative of what the Republican Party has become, and a significant portion of the population agree with her.

Bachmann Suggests Intelligent Design Is a 'Scientific Fact' | Video Cafe

6 comments:

Kevin Scheunemann said...

Don't blame Bachman...

It's the left wing religions...corn ethanol, global warming, progressivism (worship of bug, oppressive, central, authority)and evolution that has converted the term "scientific fact" to really mean "passionate expression of religious faith" in the political sphere.

Rebecca said...

Wow. Kevin... That is a confusing comment.

JPenterman said...

Solipsist?

Kevin Scheunemann said...

I did have a typo, that should be "big" not "bug".

The concept of of left wing religion is confusing? I was commenting on the problem of rabid, passionate, cosmology, being attached to a trendy religious faith, like global warming, and then using the term "scientific fact" to describe that faith.

The term "scientific fact" has been hijacked to justify left-wing religious ferver...to allow that religion to be able to be spoken in the public square.

By Bachman using that term to describe ID, Christianity should now be acceptable to be spoken in the public square again, almost as readily as the religion of global warming.

The Lord of Everything in Existence said...

Kevin's logic: everything left wing = bad Everything right wing = GOOD AND CAN'T BE ARGUED.

Really Kevin, you sound like a broken record. It amazes me that for an "individualist," you sure like to think like the collective Tea Party. Keep up the contradictions, your talking points are killing me with laughter!

Kevin Scheunemann said...

If you notice, our resident UWWC blogger uses same tactics.

His last post about Christianity, using this tactic, (Generalizing, equivocating, and demonizing) was particularly outrageous.

I figured I'd get down in the mud as well in terms of tactics.

Is emulating my favorite UWWC Prof. a problem?

I figured I'd be praised by progressives for emulating the tactics of the local "gadfly"...