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Losing no time staking his share of the Darwin-doubting vote, Ron Paul says, I don’t accept the theory of evolution



Well, first i thought it was a very inappropriate question, you know, for the presidency to be decided on a scientific matter,” he said. “I think it’s a theory…the theory of evolution and I don’t accept it as a theory. But I think the creator that i know, you know created us, every one of us and created the universe and the precise time and manner and all. I just don’t think we’re at the point where anybody has absolute proof on either side.”

MSNBC, August 29, 2011

Conceivably, he doesn’t realize it but the bar right now is not set at what the candidate believes, but at whether he is willing to stand up to the Darwin lobby’s claim of exclusive rights to public goods and services, and compulsory access to students in school, and none others allowed.

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Hopefully one (or all) of these candidates will be able to communicate a more thorough reasoning of why they object to "evolution". The public needs to know that these candidates object to Darwinist evolution, not evolution as "change over time within certain limits". Bantay

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