Republican Sen. Sylvia Allen education committee chairmen Chemtrails and earth is 6000 years old.

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    in America we give politicians who know nothing about what they are in charge of jobs. we have seen many GOP senators get science committee jobs and they are against science. no wonder murica™ is so great.

    http://www.12news.com/story/news/20...-year-old-leads-education-committee/77715744/

     
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    Seems about right. Wish this was rare enough to be shocking but it's not.
     
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    truer words have not been spoken here for awhile.
     
  4. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    Her chemtrail post bears quoting ...
    She deserves one of these :confused: and one of these o_O and this one :rolleyes: and that one :eek:
     
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    You wouldn't believe how many people I've had to explain "chemtrails" to.

    Is really that hard to understand that air that is condense, superheated, and ejected into much colder air is going to cause condensation (which at that altitude and temperature is going to be....a cloud)?

    Apparently earth science is not taught anymore?
     
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    Believe the lie, sheeple.

     
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    The best satire is the kind where you can't tell if they are serious or not.

    That was perfect.
     
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    As a Christian, I find her comments about mandatory church attendance to be particularly disturbing. Aside from the fact that it is completely unconstitutional, it goes against the whole point of Christianity in that a person must willingly accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior and believe in their heart that God raised him from the dead. Anything less doesn't count in the eyes of God.
     
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    Though there is such a thing as being too subtle. Case in point, there was a little trend forming on my Facebook wall amongst my friends and family involving these quick IQ tests about a year or so back. People would post up a couple every day to brag about them. "Your IQ is 130, you genius, you. Tell your friends to take the test to see if they're the next Einstein", stuff like that. We've all seen them.

    As an act of self indulgent protest, I took them all one right after the other, purposefully failing each one in entirety, and posted the results on my wall.

    Now everyone thinks I'm an idiot.
     
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    As if you would proudly post on Facebook that you have an IQ of 60. :confused:
     
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    Agreed. People put a community organizer in charge of the country. ....
     
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    A clever strategy, lowering expectations like that.
     
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    Does she not know she needs to dig about 100 yards into the ground at the end of the rainbow to get to the gold pot? What a maroon, she could have been rich
     
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    The lowest they usually scored was an 80, which, as I very proudly boasted, meant that I got most of the questions right.

    ...right?
     
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    I don't realise she was a reddy-brown colour :p.
     
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    And he's been an average president. Probably as good as Romney or McCain would have been - although far ahead of Palin.
     
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    As I can't see some posts (thankfully), I was really struck by your post. It seems so completely out of place with the topic being discussed

    It's as if the person you're responding to has some form of Tourettes, where they just shout out, "Warmonger!" at odd and inappropriate times.
     
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    Can't say as good as any f the GOP clowns , I somehow doubt the GOP clowns would have managed to pull what Obama has. More war and indefinite detention w/o trial signed into law , when bush was in we had plenty of anti war activist on TV and the deaths of the war often on tv as well, since Obama was annointed the activist get little to no coverage , what military deaths? Patriot act extension and indefinite detention got passed w/o seemingly any backlash. Maddow was the one brave soul I saw railing against it.
    If a republican somehow manages to beat Hillary, watch the left once again grow a back bone, it's the only way they have one
     
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    missionaries sure thought it was mandatory.
     
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    I knew it would change to oboma or guns. what does either have to do with this nut job?
     
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    Simple , if I reach into my rear end and pull numbers o would guesstimate that 80-90% of voters simply look for the shiny "R"or"D" next to the cndudatrs name when they vote , so we end up with worthless clowns in office simply because of the letter next to their name .
     
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    We also land up with worthless clowns because no one decent generally stands outside of well connected places like Cambridge MA.
     
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    The Republican Party has a lot in common with Islamic theocracies like Iran, Wahabbi Saudi Arabia, and (formerly) Taliban-ruled Afghanistan, since they love the idea of mandatory religious obligations.

    In (formerly) Taliban Afghanistan, for example, Sharia law meant that you could be whipped if caught ditching mid-day prayer services at the local mosque. And they probably still arrest or whip women that dare to drive cars in strictly Wahabbi Saudi Arabia (BFF of the USA of course).

    Because surely it was written somewhere in the Koran that "the women of your tribe, shalleth not ride utop the mechanical donkey, for such a sight is abominable to Allah"
     
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    With the GOP it's only a few that are extremist. Bachman & Santorum come to mind.
     

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