Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Wow.



I promised myself I wasn't going to post anything else about COD, but this is unreal. You can watch the whole thing (you should) or you can go to 2:48 and 6:50 where the meat is. This is, I believe, their third debate held this morning at Widener Law School in Wilmington.

So, maybe I won't have to make phone calls for Coons after all...

8 comments:

David said...

And here I thought she'd bottomed out with that whole "then why aren't monkeys still evolving" thing. =)

Jeannine @ Small and Chic said...

She's clearly not smart enough to really make the point that was begging to be made (which Coons easily made later in the video). The Constitution says Congress can't make law that impedes the practice of religion (among other things). The is no language about a "separation of church and state". The application of the amendment has created the separation.

Being a Thomas Jefferson nerd, I'm sort of fascinated by uneducated people trying to talk about this stuff. She's going to get pummeled, right?

Anonymous said...

I believe everybody has the right to run for public office but when you do not even know the basics of government I feel it is a disgrace that you actually have a chance. What does that say about the primary voters? I feel sorry for the people of Delaware they deserve better.

Anonymous said...

Your dim command of the Establishment Clause is overshadowed only by your wholehearted embrace of a candidate whose cloudy thinking can’t discern the Theory of Evolution from provable scientific FACT.

No evolution is not a scientific fact hence the word Theory at the begining.

hello gorgeous said...

I knew I would catch hell for phrasing it like that. I will just take my commentary off because it's unnecessary anyway. Of course my intent was that she seems to have a complete lack of understanding of the separation of Church and State. But thanks to those who clarified.

Dawn said...

This woman is pure comedic gold!

abigail said...

the stupid, it burns.

And for the anonymous person who does not seem to know that words often have more than one definition: In science something is called a theory when has been demonstrated to be true. A scientific theory theory is an accurate, predictive description of the natural world.
Gravity is a scientific theory, and just like evolution. And just like evolution it's a fact.
Beyond that, there is no contradiction between religious belief and understanding of science, for example, the Pope believes in evolution.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Be afraid.
Be very afraid.

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