Ohio DoE Rejects Reason: Again

ARRRHHHG!!!

I can't even write much about it. I barely follow it because it sickens me so much. It's just the type of thing which so many freakin' folks in my beautiful Ohio are utterly and Contemptibly clueless about.

And the hypocrisy?!! Department of Education Board member, Martha Wise (one of da Good Guys) called for the vote on revisiting the current High School Biology standards because she said they were clearly written to open the door to Intelligent Design in Ohio's schools.

[Link] Deborah Owens Fink, a board member from Richfield, said she was livid that Wise would question her intent in such "unprofessional attacks."

"You don’t want to go there," Fink said.

Well sure! Her integrity is being questioned on what is sure to develope into a National case! Of course Ms Fink is upset and a bit defensive.

She's also a sickeningly immoral liar.

The exchange prompted Robin C. Hovis, of Millersburg, to remind members that Fink several years ago had introduced a proposal calling for students to be taught both intelligent design and evolution in science class.

(emphasis mine)

Many thanks to Cassandra of I'm the Mama for inadvertantly injecting a spike into my Blood Pressure range with her mention of this insanity. I need to hear it Lady, Thanks again.

I promise that I will revisit this not-yet-a-court-case issue. Certainly, I'll feel like I have no choice but to do so when it does go to court.

Comments

  1. My brain hurts!

    To get your mind off of things,
    Happy De-Lurking Week!

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  2. heh heh heh... I've been De-Lurkin' all week long this week. It's keepin' me noggin' out of trouble I suppose.

    Thanks, and good luck with the brain pain! If we get the same Attorney's that grilled and ground the Dover IDiots, the least I expect is an informative and well run trial.

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  3. UGH.
    Thanks for the mention!
    I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around it too. And did you see in that article, the guy who read the paper through the whole thing? WTH? These are the people deciding what my children will be learning in school?? I SO wanted to go to this meeting, but couldn't with my kids... Then again, maybe I should have brought them. LOL. That could have been entertaining.

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  4. That's just scary to me- the thought of total strangers messing with my kids' heads.

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