s skippy the bush kangaroo: some in this administration believe

skippy the bush kangaroo

Friday, December 29, 2006

some in this administration believe

this was created by noah's flood.

“in order to avoid offending religious fundamentalists, our national park service is under orders to suspend its belief in geology,” stated peer executive director jeff ruch. “it is disconcerting that the official position of a national park as to the geologic age of the grand canyon is ‘no comment.’' - public employees for environmental responsibility

wow...ain't that just "grand"
posted by SantaBarbarian at 7:42 PM |


Pardon my French, Skip, but holy fucking shit.

Gee, what's next? "There ain't no gravity. The earth sucks."?
commented by Blogger Carl, 8:08 PM PST  
Why is it we're coddling a bunch of dirty-diapered religious fundies in this country?

What's next? Ethnic cleansing of atheists and catholics?

this truly fucking sucks.
commented by Anonymous Anonymous, 8:41 PM PST  
Where religion begins, reason ends.
commented by Blogger E. P. Unum, 1:13 AM PST  
Is there anything we can say or do that won't offend fundamentalists? Other than "God is a rich white conservative Republican male who hates abortion and loves killing poor people with dark skin"?
commented by Blogger Mimus Pauly, 6:17 AM PST  
after all, erosion is just a theory.
commented by Blogger George, 12:46 PM PST  
It's interesting to find any support at all for 'Faith based Evolution' which requires one to ignore a world of Scientific evidence of Creation *and* Intelligent Design in favor of a 'no evidence position'. The Grand Canyon is the result of the filling of the entire 'Lake Powell Basin' during Noah's Flood until it ran over the top of the Grand Canyon ridge producing the canyon. A quick look at the Grand Canyon shows it was not produced over time by the trickle of the Colorado River but by a monsterous volume of flash flood water. *think about it*.
commented by Anonymous Cg Arnell, 11:22 AM PST  

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