Monthly Archives: June 2012

Bobby Jindal Doesn’t Believe in Evolution, but I Think I’ve Figured Out Why

Bobby Jindal has fought successfully to allow creationism to be taught in public Schools in Louisiana.  When the public schools tried to teach both evolution and creationism he realized he had to do something, so he set about privatizing the entire public … Continue reading

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Come to Louisiana! We Have Dinosaurs!

Bobby Jindal and his creationist allies have finally got it all figured out!  Dinosaurs did exist, and they still do!  You’ve heard of Nessie, aka the Loch Ness Monster?  Well she’s actually just a real live dinosaur.  The earth is still only … Continue reading

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Bet You Didn’t Know it Will Be the Republicans That Come for Your Guns?

It won’t happen overnight of course, but in 10-15 years Republicans will be the ones pushing for gun controls, registrations, and confiscations of your guns – so enjoy them now while you can. I expect them to be very successful … Continue reading

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A Letter From John “Ivory Tower” White – Superintendent of Education for Louisiana’s Schools

An open letter from John White to the teachers and parents (aka dumb asses) in Louisiana: Louisiana teachers and parents, get your heads out of your collective fat asses.  It’s obvious that you are too obsessed with “adult issues” like salaries, jobs, … Continue reading

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If the United States is a Christian Nation, Then It Appears to Have Been Taken Over By Satan

Lately I’ve been hearing more and more people claim to speak for the Founding Fathers.  They claim that the Founding Fathers, in their vast and infallible wisdom, only meant for freedom of religion to extend to Christian based religions. (They … Continue reading

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