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Sunday, January 30, 2011

Rep. Jack Kingston's Amusing Denials

Jan 30th, 2011

The real irony here is watching a man denying evolution and in the process making a monkey out himself.

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  1. Big Evolution Discovery !

    British professor Nigel Swiggerton of Chapsworth College has recently found a missing link in the evolution/creation debate. Everyone is familiar with the "stages of man" chart found in textbooks which begins with a naked, hairy, bent over, grunting Neanderthal type which over millions of years finally learns how to stand erect while sporting a 1930s-style haircut. Well, Dr. Swiggerton discovered that someone accidentally reversed the negative. It turns out that the first man was actually standing erect with a short haircut but has been descending over the years until he has finally reached the last stage - the stage at any rock concert filled with naked, hairy, bent over, grunting Neanderthal types!

    (Ran across the preceding on the internet. Are overly blessed, underly grateful Americans aware that Darwin acknowledged the "Creator" on the last page of his "Origin of Species"? Why did he used this term if he meant an "unknown process"? When God allows some American city to be destroyed someday, will surviving American ingrates pray to the anti-Christian, anti-American Hollywood shmucks that the ingrates have long worshiped more than God? Thank God for Rep. Jack Kingston (GA) who does serve the Declaration of Independence's "Creator" and the "God" mentioned in all 50 state constitutions - a congressman who was recently "crucified" on TV by God-hating shmuck Bill Maher and his fellow "nailers" for daring to uphold the creationism overwhelmingly embraced by America's founders! For more on Maher etc., Google Jesus-bashers "Sandra Bernhard, Larry David, Kathy Griffin, Bill Maher, Joan Rivers, Sarah Silverman.")

    [noted the above web snippet - Adelaide]

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