As Matthew Yglesias begins to see the light, what the hell is this doing in the USA TODAY?
John Cole begins the debunking immediately: "It is utter specious bullshit, and has been debunked so many times it gets silly...read on
In John's piece, he quotes a wingnut extraordinare "Utah State Senator Chis Buttars": "Buttars doesnt disregard evolution completely, rather he believes God is the creator, but His creations have evolved within their own species. We get different types of dogs and different types of cats, but you have never seen a "dat."
First off we do already have DAT's: "digital tape recording of sound." That might be one of the stupidest things I've ever read from a Circus Clown.
Kevin Drum jumps in with this: "It's a mystery. Perhaps in the future, instead of reporting on actual science, USA Today will simply take a poll and publish one of its cute graphics telling us what the majority of the citizenry believes. Then we can teach that in our public schools instead of just parroting the politically correct line from the liberal elites in our scientific establishment. Happy days!"