Sally has, well, evolved. No longer is her hair cropped short and masculine, now it is longer and much softer and dare I say it...feminine. Sally is a former teacher, the wife of a Baptist pastor, so it isn't horribly surprising when we see bills such as Sally's HB1551.
|Sally after makeover|
Those individuals who are calling this bill a creation bill are only casting their own conceptions upon the bill. Why do those who only want the strengths of evolution taught fear it when someone proposes teaching its weaknesses? There are weaknesses to evolution that many of the major proponents of it speak about themselves. True education consists of examining all sides of an issue. Critical thinking skills are sharpened when an issue, regardless of what it may be, is examined, analyzed, and explored from all scientific points of view.When I saw Sally at a forum talking about "getting more money into the classroom," this isn't what I thought she had in mind. I like Sally. She is fun and a good Christian woman. She is a person who does not lack the courage of her convictions and for that, she is to be commended.
I wonder if these were the "social conservative" bills, however, that Kris Steele said the Republican leadership would NOT focus upon during this session...