Grammatron wrote:Does that not conclude
, but incorrect.
that no person can
Have I mentioned SB 51? [Get on with it.--Ed.]
. . . as we can always shine a light on a corner of someone's ignorance and argue about its magnitude on effecting some asshole's ability to do a government job.
frankly, I think it depends on whether or not the ignorance directly affects what one does. I know of a Sports Dude who "doubts/questions" the Moon landing. Others laugh at him. I find him willfully ignorant given all of the evidences--thanks--to the contrary I will not tangent this thread with. It does not affect his ability to pick apart a starting line-up more than any other Sports Dude.
If someone proposed he sit on a school board that vetted science texts? Or if he suggested that his beliefs constitute a "theory" that should be taught to Our Children
Pence has been in a position to make his willfully ignorant beliefs law
. That is dangerous.
We ["We?"--Ed.] are use to politicians embracing religion since an Atheist is unelectable . . . inelectable . . . cannot get elected in the US. So Reagan preached when never going to church, Clinton walked around with a Bible as his semen dried on Monica's dress, every Republican sucks Bob Jones' dick, Hillary preached, and Obama attended a racist church for decades to remain politically viable. We "get that." "Thoughts and prayers," and "Big Daddy Bless the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!!!!!"
Does anyone actually think Trump is "religious?" Other than:
Claire: How do you know you're God?
Jack: Simple. When I pray to Him, I find I'm talking to myself.
Ben Carson is an utter clown with no excuse for being so. Make him President?
Pence can think--or not think--as much as he wants. I consider him a well-meaning fool. He is there to galvanize the Religious Right that never liked Hillary and just needed to feel good about voting against her.
But he is a fool.
As President he may try to make his foolishness law.