The Bitchspot Report Podcast #53

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Episode 53:  Two Men Enter, One Man Leaves

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Show Notes:

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And Now The News:

DeLay: Americans have forgotten that God wrote the Constitution.

Missouri wants to warn parents when schools teach scientific facts.

Bevin: Same-sex marriage will lead to parent-child marriage.

Pat Robertson begs Ken Ham to shut up.

The Main Event:  Where We Disagree With Liberals

Here’s the Democratic Party Platform

1. Over-reliance on the government to solve all problems.

2.  Overly-emotional response to perceived inequity.

3.  Lack of details on how things will be accomplished.

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2 Responses to The Bitchspot Report Podcast #53

  1. Rick K. says:

    Sorry, I’m a little bit behind in my listening…

    Anyway, my own experience with learning evolution was in my 2nd year of high school (no junior high back then). My biology teacher grumped about having to teach it, because he felt creationism wasn’t getting a fair hearing. That was in 1968, so it was a while back. I’d bet he’d be cheering right about now, if he’s still alive.

    And yes, here I am in Missouri, seeing my state legislature enacting laws that are incredibly stupid, against the US Constitution (which is *not* a Christian document!), and generally a waste of time and taxpayer money.

    • Cephus says:

      In a lot of places, I don’t think things have changed appreciably since the 60s, especially in the South. I’ve run into quite a few people from the Deep South who would be more than happy to enslave blacks right this minute if they could. My best friend was born and raised in South Carolina and he won’t even go back there to visit family because the whole place is scary. I’m just hoping that, over time, secular education can be enforced and it might raise the consciousness and correct the ignorance of people living in pockets of religious stupidity.

      I’m glad you’re rational at least. We need more people like you.

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