Sunday, May 23, 2010

Hitchens: Creationists Are Losing


From The Age:
Christopher Hitchens, author and one of the world's most famous atheists says evangelicals are in a panic over creationism because they're losing the argument.
(via RichardDawkins.net)
Hitch-22: A Memoir  Hitch 22: A Memoir  

8 comments:

  1. Total disagreement with Hitch on Iraq and John Kerry. It wouldn't gone to hell in Iraq with Kerry since just like when the dems were given the mandate to leave Iraq in 2006 nothing happened. Both parties are heavily infected by the MIC virus and neither party would have wanted to "lose" Iraq. It's an occupation and neither party wants to leave.
    And Bush turned USA pretty much into rubble:

    "America has a strong economy and a surplus.... Now is the time to reform the tax code and share some of the surplus with the people who pay the bills."
    --George W. Bush, nomination acceptance speech, 3 August 2000

    went to:

    "Extent of Americans' Suffering Under George W. Bush Revealed by Census Data
    While Bush was president, median income declined, poverty increased, childhood poverty increased even more dramatically, and there was an upsurge in Americans without health insurance."
    http://politics.theatlantic.com/2009/09/closing_the_book_on_the_bush_legacy.php

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  2. Total disagreement with Hitch on Iraq and John Kerry. It wouldn't gone to hell in Iraq with Kerry since just like when the dems were given the mandate to leave Iraq in 2006 nothing happened. Both parties are heavily infected by the MIC virus and neither party would have wanted to "lose" Iraq. It's an occupation and neither party wants to leave.
    And Bush turned USA pretty much into rubble:

    "America has a strong economy and a surplus.... Now is the time to reform the tax code and share some of the surplus with the people who pay the bills."
    --George W. Bush, nomination acceptance speech, 3 August 2000

    went to:

    "Extent of Americans' Suffering Under George W. Bush Revealed by Census Data
    While Bush was president, median income declined, poverty increased, childhood poverty increased even more dramatically, and there was an upsurge in Americans without health insurance."
    http://politics.theatlantic.com/2009/09/closing_the_book_on_the_bush_legacy.php

    ReplyDelete
  3. Total disagreement with Hitch on Iraq and John Kerry. It wouldn't gone to hell in Iraq with Kerry since just like when the dems were given the mandate to leave Iraq in 2006 nothing happened. Both parties are heavily infected by the MIC virus and neither party would have wanted to "lose" Iraq. It's an occupation and neither party wants to leave.
    And Bush turned USA pretty much into rubble:

    "America has a strong economy and a surplus.... Now is the time to reform the tax code and share some of the surplus with the people who pay the bills."
    --George W. Bush, nomination acceptance speech, 3 August 2000

    went to:

    "Extent of Americans' Suffering Under George W. Bush Revealed by Census Data
    While Bush was president, median income declined, poverty increased, childhood poverty increased even more dramatically, and there was an upsurge in Americans without health insurance."
    http://politics.theatlantic.com/2009/09/closing_the_book_on_the_bush_legacy.php

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  4. Total disagreement with Hitch on Iraq and John Kerry. It wouldn't gone to hell in Iraq with Kerry since just like when the dems were given the mandate to leave Iraq in 2006 nothing happened. Both parties are heavily infected by the MIC virus and neither party would have wanted to "lose" Iraq. It's an occupation and neither party wants to leave.
    And Bush turned USA pretty much into rubble:

    "America has a strong economy and a surplus.... Now is the time to reform the tax code and share some of the surplus with the people who pay the bills."
    --George W. Bush, nomination acceptance speech, 3 August 2000

    went to:

    "Extent of Americans' Suffering Under George W. Bush Revealed by Census Data
    While Bush was president, median income declined, poverty increased, childhood poverty increased even more dramatically, and there was an upsurge in Americans without health insurance."
    http://politics.theatlantic.com/2009/09/closing_the_book_on_the_bush_legacy.php

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  5. Total disagreement with Hitch on Iraq and John Kerry. It wouldn't gone to hell in Iraq with Kerry since just like when the dems were given the mandate to leave Iraq in 2006 nothing happened. Both parties are heavily infected by the MIC virus and neither party would have wanted to "lose" Iraq. It's an occupation and neither party wants to leave.
    And Bush turned USA pretty much into rubble:

    "America has a strong economy and a surplus.... Now is the time to reform the tax code and share some of the surplus with the people who pay the bills."
    --George W. Bush, nomination acceptance speech, 3 August 2000

    went to:

    "Extent of Americans' Suffering Under George W. Bush Revealed by Census Data
    While Bush was president, median income declined, poverty increased, childhood poverty increased even more dramatically, and there was an upsurge in Americans without health insurance."
    http://politics.theatlantic.com/2009/09/closing_the_book_on_the_bush_legacy.php

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  6. Total disagreement with Hitch on Iraq and John Kerry. It wouldn't gone to hell in Iraq with Kerry since just like when the dems were given the mandate to leave Iraq in 2006 nothing happened. Both parties are heavily infected by the MIC virus and neither party would have wanted to "lose" Iraq. It's an occupation and neither party wants to leave.
    And Bush turned USA pretty much into rubble:

    "America has a strong economy and a surplus.... Now is the time to reform the tax code and share some of the surplus with the people who pay the bills."
    --George W. Bush, nomination acceptance speech, 3 August 2000

    went to:

    "Extent of Americans' Suffering Under George W. Bush Revealed by Census Data
    While Bush was president, median income declined, poverty increased, childhood poverty increased even more dramatically, and there was an upsurge in Americans without health insurance."
    http://politics.theatlantic.com/2009/09/closing_the_book_on_the_bush_legacy.php

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  7. uh, don't know what happened..the scripts informed me that none went through and asked if I'd like to retry...which I did only once.
    I'd delete the extras if I could...

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  8. R€LIGION $TINKS OF MONE¥May 24, 2010 at 5:43 AM

    I am not so optimistic as Hitchens is with regards to religion.

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