No. 118 (essentialsaltes) wrote,
No. 118

I come not to spread santorum, but to praise him.

First Frist took an embryonic step away from Bush, and now Santorum moves an inch closer to sanity: "I'm not comfortable with intelligent design being taught in the science classroom."

Of course, when Bush said that "both sides" in the creation/evolution debate should be taught in schools, apparently he didn't mean that intelligent design should be taught in schools. Bush's science adviser clarified that what Bush meant was that the concept should be taught as part of the "social context" in science classes, whatever that means.
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