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Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Times Columnist Looks Down Upon The Masses ...

... and finds us to be both ignorant and "anti-science."

Christian Trejbal:

"If you get a chance to talk to a candidate, push him in a fresh direction. Ask him what he thinks about science and technology. Candidates in recent years have dodged issues grounded in science. Perhaps they fear offending the anti-science elements, i.e., the mainstream of the Republican Party."

Ah, yes.  Those anti-science conservative - i.e., neanderthal - Republicans.

Those stupid conservative Republicans who deny the science related to genetically modified foods.

Oops. Sorry.  Those would be anti-science liberals.

Those stupid conservative Republicans who deny the science related to nuclear power.

Oops.  Sorry.  Those would be anti-science liberals.

Those stupid conservative Republicans who deny the science related to electromagnetic fields.

Oops.  Sorry.  Those would be anti-science liberals.

Those stupid conservative Republicans who deny the science related to DDT.

Oops.

Adult stem cells.

Oops.

Math and science aptitude and gender.

Oops.

Fracking.

Oops.

Vaccination.

Oops.

Alar.

Oops.

Yeah, those conservative Republicans are the most stupid people on the planet.  But right up there with them  are ...