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Note to the left: Palin is your best bet to keep creationism OUT of the schools

On the anti-Palin “too little too late” list is the topic of creationism and how an elected Sarah Palin will shove the topic into our school systems. They’ve completely ignored Sarah’s statement “doesn’t have to be part of the curriculum” and in a campaign this close to an election date that’s understandable. Desperate times call for desperate measures as they say. But if the left is really uptight about creationism in schools they had better turn their attention to across the pond at what’s going on over in the UK.

Richard Dawkins, the Oxford professor and evolutionary scientist has criticized Muslim parents for “importing creationism” in the British school systems.

“Teachers are bending over backwards to respect home prejudices that children have been brought up with. The Government could do more, but it doesn’t want to because it is fanatical about multiculturalism and the need to respect the different traditions from which these children come.”

What party here in the United States do you think promotes a government of that nature? The list of sources revealing the increasing impact of the Muslim faith in the UK is long and it doesn’t stop there. In predominantly Muslim areas of Britain there is a high level of support for applying sharia law as well. Religious police anyone?

The left’s love affair with the EU (when it’s convenient) and multiculturalism could certainly thrust creationism into American school systems faster than a VP who said it doesn’t even need to be there. The question for the left is, is it creationism you’re worried about or Christianity?