Bobby Jindal, putting the stupid in the stupid party

“Bottom line, at the end of the day, we want our kids to be exposed to the best facts. Let’s teach them about the big bang theory, let’s teach them about evolution, let’s teach them — I’ve got no problem if a school board, a local school board, says we want to teach our kids about creationism, that people, some people, have these beliefs as well, let’s teach them about ‘intelligent design.’”

via Louisiana governor: I’ve got no problem with creationism in public schools | The Raw Story.

I know, right… I should call anyone stupid. I’m not, technically. I’m just saying that with all of his stupid actions, and his continued support of Creationism — which is not fact, nor logic, nor good theology — he is really helping his party along to finishing just behind the Green Party in 2016.


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3 Replies to “Bobby Jindal, putting the stupid in the stupid party”

  1. Joel,
    You really expect politicians to do anything but play politics? He is clearly appealing to the
    “tea party base” that wants non-federal and local control of everything. Clearly most politicians do not lead, they follow poll numbers and political analysis.

    Also, really enjoy the blog, keep up the good work!

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