"Science does not answer questions, it creates better questions."

- e. a. graham

Don’t Feed Their Ignorance

Please, you can stop sending us e-mails, we have a good reason for not commenting on Study Ties Political Leanings to Hidden Biases [Read]: It’s bad, outcome based “science”.

Jon Krosnick, a psychologist and political scientist at Stanford University had this ignorance to offer: "If anyone in Washington is skeptical about these findings, they are in denial," he said. "We have 50 years of evidence that racial prejudice predicts voting. Republicans are supported by whites with prejudice against blacks. If people say, 'This takes me aback,' they are ignoring a huge volume of research."

God forbid it be anything more than this simplicity. If only our minds were as simple to comprehend as the “genius” at Stanford finds them to be… if you believe they are, a (D) candidate will be on the ballot for your foolish pleasure.

(This passes as science and research and the (D)emocrats think they are the smart ones?)

So, again, no more e-mails, this is not worth your time.


Next: You’re a (R)epublican because you are a homophobe. (Let it go, unless you want to pull out the research that shows they are (D)emocrats because of their complete inability to reason.)

posted at 12:55:02 on 01/30/06 by clearpolitics - Category: The Cause - [Permalink]

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