Michele Bachmann is featured in the latest New Yorker magazine. Yikes!
“Bachmann belongs to a generation of Christian conservatives whose views have been shaped by institutions, tracts, and leaders not commonly known to secular Americans, or even to most Christians. Her campaign is going to be a conversation about a set of beliefs more extreme than those of any American politician of her stature, including Sarah Palin, to whom she is inevitably compared. Bachmann said in 2004 that being gay is ‘personal enslavement,’ and that, if same-sex marriage were legalized, ‘little children will be forced to learn that homosexuality is normal and natural and that perhaps they should try it.’ Speaking about gay-rights activists, that same year, she said, ‘It is our children that is the prize for this community.’ She believes that evolution is a theory that has ‘never been proven,’ and that intelligent design should be taught in schools.”
I am very glad she is running. It will be interesting to learn who supports her around here."
In regards to the homosexuality comment. Perhaps the author failed to pay attention that California is now placing the homosexual's teachings into our classrooms. Evolution and intelligent design? Wow, the left has been foisting global warming on us and yet anyone questioning their science is extreme? Please, it appears the author is the extremist to me. Why can't all things science or allegedly science be taught and discussed. Oh, then the kids would know the liberals are nuts for sure.
Yeah, the New Yorker ragazine the paragon of liberalism and liberal mantra. They trash anything conservative so as far as most American are concerned, the ragazines like them, Newsweek and Time are simply a yellow colored journal. Nothing more.