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September 15, 2009

"Professorial" Charlie Gibson? Here Comes the Science!

 

 

It appears scientists have at long last established a link between curiosity and intelligence. I guess that means Sarah Palin is more intelligent than Charlie Gibson after all:

 

 

 

However researchers say this discovery may one day lead to a drug to help with learning. Before you say that has been tried before, I think we shouldn’t dismiss this. After all, let’s think of the newsmen…

 

Al Gore may soon need a welfare check if he hasn’t invested all of his con-money from his anthropogenic global warming scheme too well. Turns out many of us were right that solar activity, not your pickup truck, is a key influence of climate change.

 

Read my blog about this that I posted for the Henry Jackson Society earlier this summer.

 

Of course, Gibson’s and Gore’s ignorance is not one imposed upon them by nature, but the result of a conscious decision to dumb themselves down to avoid the resultant internal moral conflict. Many hardcore Darwinists like Sir Richard Dawkins (those who in frothy fervor follow the “esteemed” racist and eugenicist Charles Darwin as though he were…Obama) say the worldview that descends from their take on origins trumps the moral consequences of the science of the unborn and the policy of abortion. Otherwise we might have to call it murder, doncha know.

 

At the end of the day, the self-imposed stupidity of relativism, not the absence of innate intelligence, provides the carte blanche catalyst for the dishonesty we see from the likes of Charlie Gibson, Al Gore, and ACORN. Truly, the nut falls not far from the tree.

 

 

I’ve been fighting alongside ACORN on issues you care about my entire career. Even before I was an elected official, when I ran Project Vote voter registration drive in Illinois, ACORN was smack dab in the middle of it, and we appreciate your work.

 

– Barack Obama, during a speech to ACORN, November 2007.

 

 

 

Posted by Martin at September 15, 2009 02:28 PM

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