Comments Posted By wtk
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funny math,

Why can't I be serious about believing in a young earth? How foolish to assume you are the only correct one here because you believe in some unproven scientific evidence. For every "scientific evidence" to prove the earth is millions, if not billions of years old, there is plenty of creationist scientific evidence to support a much younger earth whether it is 5,000, 6,000 or 10,000 years old. No scientist of today was around back then, so how can anyone be 100% certain in the age of the earth? For anyone to claim as such is just plain foolish. So there are other examples where claims have been made in historical documents like in the scriptures of the Bible that are constantly being validated annually in new findings. I would rather put my faith in proven claims than presumed intelligence of self-proclaimed scientists of today that largely were not alive even 50 to 80 years ago, let alone millions or billions of years ago.

Comment Posted By wtk On 5.10.2008 @ 23:59

I see, so funny man you will make such ignorant comments about the "Neocons and Young Earth Creationists" yet not go after the obviously biased media and an overwhelmingly tainted collection of polls. Evidence is evidence and there is enough history to prove the points about the media and the polls.

Those "Neocons and Young Earth Creationists" that have helped to elect the Republican majority time and time again including Ronald Reagan.

Comment Posted By wtk On 5.10.2008 @ 16:26

Okay, my brain wasn't working well with my opening line. I meant to say that I am certainly not ignorant of what is going on with the election, but this article was demonstrating to me as I was reading it that this self-proclaimed conservative seems to be taking the media bias and tainted polls as the gospel truth in that McCain and the Republicans are all washed up this year.

There has been plenty of evidence over the past several elections to show that both the media and polling folks have been calling elections wrong.

Let's not jump overboard just yet if the sinking ship can possibly be patched up and saved.

Comment Posted By wtk On 5.10.2008 @ 15:34

Not to be ignorant of what is going on with the election, but I think this is article is demonstrating a self-proclaimed conservative who has taken the media bias and tainted polls as the gospel truth of the true snapshot of the current election scene. McCain may or may not lose this November, but as what has been clearly demonstrated over and over again in past elections the polls and many in the media have been simply wrong. The 2002 congressional races were poorly called. The 2000 and 2004 elections were wrongly called. The only reason why the 2006 elections were probably fairly close in being accurate is that there was a very open mood that was shared by everyone - Democrats and Republicans alike. This year the only folks who are totally on fire for "change" is the fringe part of the Democratic party that is foaming at the mouth in hatred. Hatred does not win an election. On a more balanced level the Republicans are just as energized as a whole as the Democrats are in this election. In fact I would argue that many normal Democrats are not nearly as enthused this year with their beloved Obama. I haven't met one normal Democrat that is enthused with their guy and many of them are going for McCain or not voting at all.

Stop this talk of negativism and start pumping up the troops to fight for victory in November!

Comment Posted By wtk On 5.10.2008 @ 15:28



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