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|Quote (Richardthughes @ Mar. 26 2008,14:54)|
|WHERE ARE MY FIVE QUESTIONS?|
Your call for questions arises with respect to your assertion, and Kevin Miller's denial, that his actions support the insertion of ID into public school classrooms. Right?
Were any of those "expelled," as documented by the movie, public school teachers/personnel who allegedly suffered negative consequences for their advocacy of intelligent design within that setting? Does the movie oppose such consequences?
Seems to me that opposing such consequences for ID advocacy in that setting, ipso facto, amounts to support for the insertion of ID into public school classrooms.
Same for opposition to any "expulsions" (whatever that means) that occurred as a consequence of ID advocacy at any level of school board (local, state, etc.). Opposition to consequences at that level ipso facto supports the insertion of ID into public schools.
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