Thursday, February 12, 2009

Celebrate Darwin Today! You've Evolved! Creationists: Get Over It!

Celebrate One of the World's Greatest Scientists
And The Time We All Discovered Evolution

Well, not ALL of us. Look at the chart below.

The latest Gallup poll concerning evolution shows that only 39% of Americans believe in evolution while 36% have no opinion either way! But look at it this way: Creationists are stuck with a score lower than they would like to see: lower than believers of evolution and lower than the ambivalent. They have 75% of Americans to convert! And in very little time since Armageddon is just around the corner!

O.K., so let's celebrate Darwin's big day by showing good ole' American entertainment: some a little drama, and a LOT of comedy!

Darwin Day: What Will The Creation Museum do?

As Expected: One Very Stupid Lecture by
One Not-Very-Qualified Lecturer

Thursday, February 12
"Darwin: His Life" with Dr. Tommy Mitchell


Creation Museum,
2800 Bullittsburg Church Road,
Petersburg, KY 41080 (map)

: Darwin: His Life

This presentation shares the story of the life of Charles Darwin. What did Darwin believe about God? How did the events of his life shape his understanding of the world? What led him to reject the history and teachings of the Bible? Did the death of his beloved daughter, Anne, destroy Darwin’s concept of a loving God? You will identify with the struggles faced by this man, and you will walk away equipped to answer the question of "death & suffering" for others! Dr. Mitchell received his major in Cell Biology and a minor in Biochemistry from the University of Tennessee along with as well as a medical degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Dr. Tommy Mitchell is a medical internist and a dynamic lecturer. To learn more about Dr. Mitchell please visit: This event is free with paid museum admission or Museum membership.

The Creation Museum as you well know, is that hellishly insulting pile of bile and animatronics people are laughing at. It's not really PC to laugh at someone's beliefs, but this one demands an all-out assault of laughter. Scientists (legitimate ones, that is) are calling the museum's philosophy "Yabba Dabba Science." When you pay to see the animatronic dinosaurs interacting with Adam and Eve you either have to be a brain dead believer or someone desperately in need of a good laugh.

"Young-Earthers," as most of the production and promotion staff are called, escort guests through the museum with sanctity and awe. They might all be "Flat Earthers" as well, but that's an entirely different Christian sect and (I believe) have their own museum. It looks like earth, but flat.

Most scientists think the museum is a flat-out insult to science and are extremely afraid that children will be taught that the Grand Canyon really was created by the Great Flood of Noah's time. "Do you want your children to be ridiculed and probably scarred for life because you and your pastor think you're right?"

Yes, the Creation Museum is an insult to intelligence, but where else can you imagine Jesus with a little dinosaur cradled in his arms?

Oh Brother! Just a thought!

The Limbaughlization Of The Conservative Mind (Or What's Left Of It)

Limbaughlization (n) the process of going through a long series of very forceful lies, distortions or specious reasoning so that the person who is listening will accept anything as truth. Limbaughlizing. (v) - repeatedly spouting forceful falsifications. To get Limbaughlized (subjunctive). To get pummeled senseless with dubious "truth."

After he turned on the car radio, Harry got so Limbaughlized, the police pulled him sensing possible road rage.

Rush Limbaugh thinks of himself as the successor to William F. Buckley.

He is not and never will be. He doesn't have the intellect.But here's his thoughts about the subject after the death of Buckley:

CALLER: Long-time listener. It is my pleasure. When you began speaking about Mr. Buckley, my first thought was that you are now being passed the torch to continue that fight for conservatism.
RUSH: You think so?
: Yes, I do, sir. You are more important now to this fight than ever before.
RUSH: You're right.
CALLER: Yes. I know I'm right.

(From The

Tweet the People:
Is Rush Limbaugh the new leader of the Republican party?

Radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh has said he wants Barack Obama to fail.

Conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh isn't a big fan of Barack Obama. In fact, Limbaugh said on his programme that he hopes Obama fails as president. Some of this animosity is due to the fact that while lobbying for the passage of his stimulus plan, President Obama told Republicans 'You can't just listen to Rush Limbaugh and get things done.'

So, what do you think? Is Rush Limbaugh the new leader of the Republican party? Should President Obama respond to Limbaugh?

Quotes By The Great Mr. Conservative Himself:
  • Words do not kill.
  • Take that bone out of your nose and call me back.
  • The NAACP should have riot rehearsal. They should get a liquor store and practice robberies.
  • They're 12 percent of the population. Who the hell cares? [about African Americans]
  • Have you ever noticed how all composite pictures of wanted criminals resemble Jesse Jackson?
  • I'm going to tell you, what's good for al-Qaeda is good for the Democratic Party in this country today.
  • Hugo, Cesar — whatever. A Chavez is a Chavez. We've always had problems with them.
  • They oughtta change Black History Month to Black Progress Month and start measuring it.
  • This is really shameless of Michael J Fox. Either he didn't take his medication or he's acting.
  • It's so simple: I am a conservative who puts the country first, not a political party or a particular nominee.
  • It's called Operation Chaos. The dream end, I mean, if people say what is your exit strate... strategery, the dream end of this is that if this keeps up to the convention, and we have a replay of Chicago 1968, with burning cars, protests, fires, literal riots, and all of that, that's the objective here.
  • Screw the world. Do you really think we ought to govern ourselves based on what the world thinks of us?
  • I mean, let's face it, we didn't have slavery in this country for over 100 years because it was a bad thing. Quite the opposite: slavery built the South. I'm not saying we should bring it back; I'm just saying it had its merits. For one thing, the streets were safer after dark.
  • You know who deserves a posthumous Medal of Honor? James Earl Ray [the confessed assassin of Martin Luther King]. We miss you, James. Godspeed.
  • Compassion is no substitute for justice.
Now you see why the thought of Republicans taking their orders from Limbaugh is terrifying.

Just a thought.