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    Chris L Peterson wrote:


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    Chris L Peterson wrote:
    That would be almost all of
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    "Chris L Peterson" <clp@alumni.caltech.edu> wrote in message news:6gvkq2dm7d57scvnp763atpjfu45h76kue@4ax.com...


    Easier said than realized. William Frist, MD was certainly
    trained in science but has chosen willful situational
    scientific illiteracy; even willful medical malpractice with
    his remote sensor Terry Schiavo diagnosis.

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    On Mon, 15 Jan 2007 14:01:24 GMT, "Rick Evans"
    <h1ELt0nevansNOSPAM@ver1z0n.net> wrote:


    Obviously I wouldn't vote for Frist (he's not in my state, so I don't
    have a choice). He's the scientific equivalent of an apostate, which is
    worse then simply being ignorant (like most) or stupid (like too many).

    In any case, I didn't say I would vote for anybody who is scientifically
    literate, only that I would generally avoid voting for somebody who
    isn't. Scientific literacy is very high on my list of qualifiers, but it
    isn't the only thing there. I have certain things that are absolute
    disqualifiers, but no absolute qualifiers.

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    Chris L Peterson wrote:

    Frist's Schiavo diagnosis reminds me of Newt Gingrich (Ph.D. Modern
    European History) constant assertions that America was founded as a
    Christian nation. Notice how neither go by "Doctor," as though that
    put put off the dipshits who support them.

    Greg


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    Shawn wrote:

    The URL to that strip is now:
    http://www.doonesbury.com/strip/dail..._date=20070114

    Greg


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    Don't Be Evil wrote:





    Actually it was.

    You should learn history more before you
    spout off your mouth here........




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    AM wrote:

    No it wasn't. You are likely an American who has no understanding of
    what it truly means to have an official religion tied to the state. The
    principle of separation of Church and State goes back to Thomas
    Jefferson. The US was founded by Christians, not as a Christian state;
    two different things.

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    On Wed, 17 Jan 2007 08:53:38 -0700, Greg Crinklaw
    <theskyhoundyoureye@yahoo.com> wrote:


    That's an important distinction, that is all too often lost these days
    (and in fact, it's arguable that it was even founded by Christians,
    since many of the founding fathers weren't Christians at all- although
    some were, as were most of the original settlers).

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    Chris L Peterson wrote:

    "I do not believe in the creed professed by the Jewish church, by
    the Roman church, by the Greek church, by the Turkish church, by the
    Protestant church, nor by any church that I know of. My own mind is my
    own church."

    "All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish, Christian
    or Turkish, appear to me no other than human inventions, set up to
    terrify and enslave mankind, and monopolize power and profit."

    - Thomas Paine

    Sorry for the OT. I'll stop now.

    Greg

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