I believe that God created the universe

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    Re: I believe that God created the universe

    The amount of republicans that seriously want to "teach creationism" is far less than the amount of democrats willing to vote for something as heinous as "partial birth" abortion (such as the POTUS but republicans are the extremists, right?) Just continue to ignore the massive failures of the democrats in the things that really matter to our country like jobs, the economy, foreign affairs, and honesty in government and focus on the 2% of people that self identify as republicans that want creationism taught in schools. That might be good politics but its a lousy way to run a country.

     

     
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    The amount of republicans that seriously want to "teach creationism" is far less than the amount of democrats willing to vote for something as heinous as "partial birth" abortion (such as the POTUS but republicans are the extremists, right?) Just continue to ignore the massive failures of the democrats in the things that really matter to our country like jobs, the economy, foreign affairs, and honesty in government and focus on the 2% of people that self identify as republicans that want creationism taught in schools. That might be good politics but its a lousy way to run a country.

     

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    Apparently you totally ignore the last Republican to be in charge of the country in regard to these very issues.  And you still have the creationism/intelligent design issue to boot something Bush thought should be "part of the debate" in science class.  But we can't talk about Bush because... he was so very recent...

     
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    The amount of republicans that seriously want to "teach creationism" is far less than the amount of democrats willing to vote for something as heinous as "partial birth" abortion (such as the POTUS but republicans are the extremists, right?) Just continue to ignore the massive failures of the democrats in the things that really matter to our country like jobs, the economy, foreign affairs, and honesty in government and focus on the 2% of people that self identify as republicans that want creationism taught in schools. That might be good politics but its a lousy way to run a country.

     

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    Apparently you totally ignore the last Republican to be in charge of the country in regard to these very issues.  And you still have the creationism/intelligent design issue to boot something Bush thought should be "part of the debate" in science class.  But we can't talk about Bush because... he was so very recent...

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    The repubs didn't even want Bush on the campaign trail. I guess they love him so much they didn't want to ask for his help:)..............

     
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    Apparently you totally ignore the last Republican to be in charge of the country in regard to these very issues.  And you still have the creationism/intelligent design issue to boot something Bush thought should be "part of the debate" in science class.  But we can't talk about Bush because... he was so very recent...

    Sure Reubin, lets have that discussion. We're not saying leave the Bush years out of it, we're just saying stop blaiming him for current failures. We're not the ones evading the real issues in favor of these BS culture issues, you are.

     

     
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    Apparently you totally ignore the last Republican to be in charge of the country in regard to these very issues.  And you still have the creationism/intelligent design issue to boot something Bush thought should be "part of the debate" in science class.  But we can't talk about Bush because... he was so very recent...

     

    Sure Reubin, lets have that discussion. We're not saying leave the Bush years out of it, we're just saying stop blaiming him for current failures. We're not the ones evading the real issues in favor of these BS culture issues, you are.

     

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    Maybe if DUHbya hadn't made such a mess of everything, we wouldn't be having this conversation? Bush was the worst President ever and we are still paying the price for his reign of error.

     
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    Apparently you totally ignore the last Republican to be in charge of the country in regard to these very issues.  And you still have the creationism/intelligent design issue to boot something Bush thought should be "part of the debate" in science class.  But we can't talk about Bush because... he was so very recent...

     

    Sure Reubin, lets have that discussion. We're not saying leave the Bush years out of it, we're just saying stop blaiming him for current failures. We're not the ones evading the real issues in favor of these BS culture issues, you are.

     

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    But Bush's failures were so darn big... and the G.O.P. seems inclined to repeat them.  That is a real issue that qwont go away amd shouldn't.  Aftre all, we just had an election on the issue and you guys lost.

     
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    Apparently you totally ignore the last Republican to be in charge of the country in regard to these very issues.  And you still have the creationism/intelligent design issue to boot something Bush thought should be "part of the debate" in science class.  But we can't talk about Bush because... he was so very recent...

     

    Sure Reubin, lets have that discussion. We're not saying leave the Bush years out of it, we're just saying stop blaiming him for current failures. We're not the ones evading the real issues in favor of these BS culture issues, you are.

     

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    But Bush's failures were so darn big... and the G.O.P. seems inclined to repeat them.  That is a real issue that qwont go away amd shouldn't.  Aftre all, we just had an election on the issue and you guys lost.

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    And the guy who won has done more to extend and expand Bush policies than Bush did.

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    And you still compain about him. Bush was the worst president ever.

     
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    And the guy who won has done more to extend and expand Bush policies than Bush did.

     

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    Hardly.  You love to cherry pick facts to create a false sense of equivalency.  Obama has not engaged in wars with shoddy intelligence and that not paid for them.  He has not embraced deregulation and trickle down economics. He has not sought to gut basic entitlement programs.  He has not advocated teaching mythology in science classes.  Those are biggies.

     
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    And the guy who won has done more to extend and expand Bush policies than Bush did.

     

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    Hardly.  You love to cherry pick facts to create a false sense of equivalency.  Obama has not engaged in wars with shoddy intelligence and that not paid for them.  He has not embraced deregulation and trickle down economics. He has not sought to gut basic entitlement programs.  He has not advocated teaching mythology in science classes.  Those are biggies.

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    Good points, Reubenhop!

     
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    "What I've said to them is that I believe that God created the universe and that the six days in the Bible may not be six days as we understand it … it may not be 24-hour days, and that's what I believe. I know there's always a debate between those who read the Bible literally and those who don't, and I think it's a legitimate debate within the Christian community of which I'm a part. My belief is that the story that the Bible tells about God creating this magnificent Earth on which we live—that is essentially true, that is fundamentally true. Now, whether it happened exactly as we might understand it reading the text of the Bible: That, I don't presume to know."

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    The Rolling Stones created the Universe!

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    Amen to that brother!

     
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    And the guy who won has done more to extend and expand Bush policies than Bush did.

     

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    Hardly.  You love to cherry pick facts to create a false sense of equivalency.  Obama has not engaged in wars with shoddy intelligence and that not paid for them.  He has not embraced deregulation and trickle down economics. He has not sought to gut basic entitlement programs.  He has not advocated teaching mythology in science classes.  Those are biggies.

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    Mythology ?

    I guess you said it all.

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    Yes, mythology.  Creation myths have no place in science class.  We separate church and state in this country.  Get used to it or move to Iran.

     
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    Yes, mythology.  Creation myths have no place in science class.  We separate church and state in this country.  Get used to it or move to Iran.

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    But your friends in Iran have religion too.

    I know many agnostics but have met few people so against religion as you.

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    MYTHOLOGY !! You take the cake.

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    I have no friends in Iran but given your attitudes you would fit right in.  I am not against religion, actually I find the many belief systems quite interesting.  But presenting one of these as the "truth" is pretty foolish.   Believe what you want.  Just keep it out of the government and especially schools.  And yes it is all mostly mythology.  There are often truths within the myth, but people like you think the myth itself is true and that is irrational folly.

     
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