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Submission + - U.S. House Science Committee Member calls Evolution a lie from the "Pit of Hell" ( 2

badford writes: Representative Paul Broun (Georgia Republican) said that evolution, embryology and the Big Bang theory are "lies straight from the pit of hell" meant to convince people that they do not need a savior. It would not be quite as shocking if Broun did not sit on the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology. What impact could this have on policy? What impact could this have on STEM education not just in Georgia but all over the U.S.?
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U.S. House Science Committee Member calls Evolution a lie from the "Pit of Hell"

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  • and the dipshits who voted for you. You don't want to believe in evolution and science. Great, you don't have to, but you also don't get to have any access to modern technology. No computers, no internet, no television, no electricity, no modern medicine. None of that. You can live your lives free of all of this Hellish technology and just to make sure those of us who do believe in science will enforce this law with every bit of modern weapons technology at our disposal.
  • The people are represented by a person like this.

    He must therefore be a representation of the people.

    Not a good look for the USA.

"Love your country but never trust its government." -- from a hand-painted road sign in central Pennsylvania