Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Stupidity Never Dies

And a good quantity of it seems to be on the Federal bench:

"SANTA ANA, Calif. -- A federal judge ruled that a public high school history teacher violated the First Amendment when he called creationism "superstitious nonsense" during a classroom lecture.

U.S. District Judge James Selna ruled Friday in a lawsuit student Chad Farnan filed in 2007, alleging that teacher James Corbett violated the establishment clause of the First Amendment by making repeated comments in class that were hostile to Christian beliefs....

....Selna ruled Friday that one comment, where Corbett referred to creationism as "religious, superstitious nonsense," did violate Farnan's constitutional rights."

Do I even need to begin ranting about the idiocy and maliciousness of this stupid judge, who thinks that speaking the plain truth cannot be permitted because it hurts the poor little feelings of some disgusting religious wacko? It's the truth that is hostile to these ignorant beliefs, buddy, so if you want to rule against anyone, why not try ruling against the truth. God knows, that has worked well enough the last eight years.

I know my readers are going to be overwhelmed with surprise to discover that U. S. District Judge James Selna was placed in this lifelong position of authority by George W. Bush.

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