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GOP candidates not of one mind on the issue of evolution

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Look, I’m not saying that evolution is an important issue in the race for the presidency. (Well, actually, I don’t think I could vote for anybody who believes that humans and dinosaurs co-existed about 6,000 years ago).

But it’s interesting to see the VARIOUS POSITIONS on the matter among the Republican candidates.

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  1. hokumboy

    I’m more concerned as to what we’ve evolved into than as to what we’ve evolved from.

  2. I hear ya, Hoke. I’m concerned about the fact that I’ve evolved (devolved?) into an old fart who sits in his bathrobe in his modest digs, cranking out a blog that may not (likely won’t?) make one damn bit of difference in this world. By the way, your use of the words “evolved from” brings to mind the common, but erroneous, notion among creationists that evolutionists believe humans evolved from apes. The flat-earthers sometimes ask: “If humans evolved from apes, why are their still apes in the world?” That’s pretty good evidence that some people are not as evolved as others.

  3. hokumboy

    I guess I’d just tell ‘em that apes still exist for the same reason that , though evolutionists evolved from creationists, there are still creationists in the world.

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