And he said, yes, by all means teach intelligent design. Let's give them "the best science", he said, while EXPLICITLY advocating school boards "supplement" well established theories (such as BB and evolution) with IDCreationism apologetics.<quoted text>No, T.D. misquoted the article when he wrote:'Bobby Jindal says "I'm fine with teaching creationism in public schools"' The direct and complete quote from the article reads: " “Bottom line, at the end of the day, we want our kids to be exposed to the best facts. Let’s teach them about the big bang theory, let’s teach them about evolution – I’ve got no problem if a school board, a local school board, says we want to teach our kids about creationism, that people, some people, have these beliefs as well, let’s teach them about ‘intelligent design.’” If you listen to the interview you learn he was answering a direct question "Should creationism be taught in school?" Here's the URL of NBC's interview:
This is despite the fact that IDC has NO PLACE whatsoever in public schools not only because it is a direct detriment to teaching science but also ILLEGAL, period.
Just like you did with Santorum too.(shrug)<quoted text>If you misquote, you obscure truth.
And Bobby lays it out very clear in the first two minutes of the video. At NO POINT did he state the anti-scientific nature of ID/C.
You differ because you're a liar and propagandist for the nutcases on the right, rumour has it you're even on the payroll. Fact is you got caught with your pants down again with one of your OWN videos where your buddies are EXPLICITLY advocating illegal behaviour.<quoted text>That's your story, you have your opinion and I have mine. The main issue isn't creationism, the issue is truth; this is where we differ.