Originally published on earnwrite.com, author Brent, 2/11/14
Let us address this idea of republicans being anti-science, as dem/lib liars continually propagate. Do we understand what propagate means? Propagate means to continually express, “information, ideas, or rumors deliberately spread widely to help or harm a person, movement, group, institution, nation, etc.”
We know propaganda with a negative context, to spread misinformation and lies.
When I write of the tyranny-wing, left, lying liberals, I mean they propagate lies. Daily I write with conscience, working to dispel myths and outright fabrications by democrats and liberals regarding many topics. Their favorites are that republicans and republic-minded citizens (including tea party representatives) are anti-science, conspiracy theorists, anti-government and pro-religion (to an extreme they call the religious right).
Specifically, however, this article refers to the liberal lies about science.
Is political science a science? Is physiology, math, physics, chemistry, sociology, psychology science? “Ology” is the “study of…”.
Of the approximate 40 million democrat voters (again less than half) how many are Mexicans that don’t read, write, or speak English? How smart are they, being the dregs of Mexico that couldn’t find work, or wouldn’t, and have sub-standard education? Are these the educated masses in the democrat electorate?
By removing 20 to 30 million Mexicans from the ranks of “educated” democrats, the democrats become a smaller minority. If we keep the Mexicans in the count then the democrat easily becomes the dumber group. If we use a scientific education as a mark of the depth of science in one party or the other, the dem/libs lose, hands down. If the republicans are richer (not true), and knowing that affluence sends people to college, then amongst the whites there are more rich republicans in colleges, studying and learning science.
Education produces more science oriented people, especially those that go to the universities.
How many Congressmen and women have degrees in political science? Are they all democrats?
Looking at a cross section of America, anywhere, in any city, those on the “wrong side of the tracks”, in the poor parts of town, are always less educated. From these people, democrats themselves, claim they draw the masses’ support. What percentage of people from the wrong side of the tracks have a scientific background at a college level? To study a science and work in that field one must be scientific. To accept the realities of modern education one must accept the scientific method of proving or dispelling a hypothesis. Theory about anything is just imagination never applied, but science, the application of proven theory, is evidence of pro-science. How many college graduates, of people that live scientific methodology, are democrats and how many are republicans?
The most significant variable in science is, again, not what liars and propaganda specialists in the dem/lib ranks call science, but what it actually is. To know the scientific methodology is to BE scientific. Democrats, typically less educated, do have troubles with science. Ask 100 democrat supporters (including the corresponding non-conversant Mexican), what scientific methodology is. How many will know? Ask 100 republican supporters and tell us how many know.
The basics to science is action/reaction, stimulus/response, deductive reason and cause and effect. These are all cores to science methodology, the foundation of science. How many democrat supporters are lost in translation? How many democrat supporters are lost because they abandoned their own country because they were too ignorant to find work? This drops the democrat supporter scientific base to well below that of republican base. I have not done any studies, and only heard of one recently that debunks the myth of democrats being more scientific and having higher eduction. All one has to do is travel the buses and trains and listen to people complain about things the government needs to do for them. Not many that have studied political science would not know characteristics of tyranny, communism, marxism/fascism and other political ideologies, that less educated bus travelers could never understand. Not many outside of any science could not see the cause and effect of spending beyond budgets. And this is the dem/lib base.
Science is the study of relationships and measure of change. Consider geometry. How many Mexicans, or whites, or christian dem/libs know what a hypotenuse is? It is no stretch of the imagination that the poorer education system in Mexico produces poorer students. And these people are part of the overall intelligence, or lack thereof, in the dem/lib, sub-intellect, propaganda community. Sure there are professors that are dem/libs. There are also republican professors. I am one.
One argument the dem/libs front is that religion is anti science because it believes the world was created in six days as opposed to obvious evidence of “evolution”. The word evolution isn’t even used anymore as a term to describe adaptation of species. There are a lot more christian democrats than republican christians. Less educated = less scientific = more subject to mythology and non-science. Ignorance = faith. There are more faithful dem/libs than republicans. To have faith, that is blind faith or ignorance in government, is no different than having faith in a religious politician. There is not a single republican christian I know, that believes the world was created in six real days. To most republican, if not all, christians, six days of creation, is a metaphor. I would estimate that 50 % of democrats do not know what a metaphor is.
Not many even believe it was created. But to the ignorant that know nothing of evolution, survival of the fittest, adaptation, etc., faith in anything is easier than telling your children you are an ignorant dimwit. The dem/lib mantra that ‘the guv’mint will take care of us’ is no different a faith in false deity than the judeo-christian faith in much more prominent beings that have survived through millennia.
The republican anti-science myth is easily propagated amongst the less educated, more susceptible to manipulation, lower middle class Americans, that fill the dem/lib electorate, in the ever dwindling minority.