What the hell is going on? Look at this Harris Poll:

Earlier this year, the State Board of Education in Kansas reignited an old debate ‘whether or not creationism should be taught in public schools’; and shone the spotlight on a new theory, intelligent design. While many in the scientific community may question why this issue has been raised again, a new national survey shows that almost two-thirds of U.S. adults (64%) agree with the basic tenet of creationism, that “human beings were created directly by God.”

At the same time, approximately one-fifth (22%) of adults believe “human beings evolved from earlier species” (evolution) and 10 percent subscribe to the theory that “human beings are so complex that they required a powerful force or intelligent being to help create them” (intelligent design). Moreover, a majority (55%) believe that all three of these theories should be taught in public schools, while 23 percent support teaching creationism only, 12 percent evolution only, and four percent intelligent design only.

This is totally unacceptable. It’s like we’ve been invaded by stupid robots.

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