There is no evidence to support evolution. Whenever there's a mutation in a creature's DNA, it results in a loss of ability, not a gain. So, it doesn't make much sense for you to insist that this evolution fable be taught in schools, but the religious "fable" be excluded, does it?Let's see...many in your Tea Bagging camp don't believe in evolution, want a religious creation fable taught in science classes, deny the harmful effects of 2nd hand smoke on children, disagree with 97% of climate scientists and believe Obama is the Anti-Christ...and you want to argue science with us?
Secondhand smoke doesn't cause cancer. If you have a problem with scientific studies, take it up with the American Cancer Institute.
The "97%" number is another hoax. Not only do the majority of Americans not believe in the "global warming crisis", there are many scientists who don't believe it, either.(Remember those 5 Ice Ages you keep refusing to talk about?) The earth changes. You need to accept that.
Obama isn't the anti-christ. He isn't smart enough.
I'll be happy to talk with you about science any time. The challenge will be to get you to talk about it.