Ga. State Legislator: Evolution A Lie, Earth Flat, Jews In Control
A memo circulated among Georgia state legislature under the name of State Senator Ben Bridges claims that:
Indisputable evidence -- long hidden but now available to everyone -- demonstrates conclusively that so-called "secular evolution science" is the Big-Bang 15-billion-year alternate "creation scenario" of the Pharisee Religion. This scenario is derived concept-for-concept from Rabbinic writings in the mystic "holy book" Kabbala dating back at least two millennia.
Naturally, the memo went on to urge readers to get more information at the Fixed Earth Web site, which rejects Copernicus as well as Darwin and is also very poorly designed.
Bridges is beginning to get the gist that maybe this isn't a good thing to have is name on and now says that the memo was written by Marshall Hall, the husband of Bridges' former campaign manager. Still, Bridges says that "I agree with it more than I would the Big Bang Theory or the Darwin Theory." Hall says he showed the memo to Bridges and got his OK on it.
Meanwhile, some Texas legislator also distributed the same memo to his fellow mouth-breathing lawmakers, then apologized when someone pointed out that it was full of crazy, hateful nonsense. Most observers point to these incidents as proof that state legislators are somehow even stupider than members of Congress, and you don't even want to know about city council members.
The Earth Is Not Moving [fixedearth.com]