Thursday, July 21, 2011

Home of the Loon

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The debate over teaching evolution in public schools is resurfacing at the Texas State Board of Education.

The board is meeting to consider supplemental science materials for the upcoming school year and beyond. The Republican-dominated board drew national attention in 2009 when it adopted science standards encouraging schools to scrutinize "all sides" of scientific theory.

A public hearing on the new science materials is scheduled for Thursday afternoon.
The board is under the new leadership of Chairwoman Barbara Cargill, a former biology teacher who disputes the theory of evolution. She is considered to be one of the panel's more conservative members.

Cargill was appointed earlier this month by Republican Gov. Rick Perry.

Rick Perry won't run for President because he likes Teh Cock. Sarah Palin won't run for President because Trig isn't her child.

And Texas is, for the most part, crazy as fuck.

... and the comments;

Douglas T 4 minutes ago
Well, at least it's not "gay history".



In other gay news;

US President Barack Obama supports repealing legislation which bans federal authorities from recognizing gay marriage, his spokesman said Tuesday.

Edmarc about an hour ago
This is sick and wrong! I'm damned sick and tired of the narcisissistic self-serving bumjuggers taking over this country.

Who knew we're "taking over the country"? Holy fuck.. we're taking it over!!!1

I'm addicted to the comments on yahoo news articles about gay issues. I can't get over how awesome it is to see some of the dumbest people on the planet vent their hostility.

"bumjuggers" is a good one.. lol

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