Uncommon Dissent

Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Harvard Crimson on ID (0 comments)

Michael Behe sticks up for the rubes.
"As a democratic country, even evangelical, unsophisticated people have a right to voice their opinions on how governmental institutions should be run," Behe says. "I find it distasteful [how] people look down their noses on people who want to participate in government."
The masses also believe in spooks and ghoulies. No wonder Behe sides with them.

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