Oh hey, look, the Amazing Atheist brings up yet another interesting news story and its implications. And this time, it's North Carolina saying it knows what's better for its citizens than the Constitution does. Oh, and as always, public reaction to a teaching exercise leads to yet another addition to the hilariously large catalogue of Baffling Christian Hypocrisies.
Those wacky Conservatives. Will they ever not stoop to new intellectual lows?
Since the chances are slim that such a bill would survive a challenge in court, all the conservatives are doing is wasting public funds with political pandering. Sounds like politics, as usual, to me.
I'm not sure the atheist is so amazing after all. But, I'm sure he enjoys believing he is.
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