Looks like it's Twofer Thursday.
Part-time protein shake salesman and full-time sanctimonious assclown, Pat Robertson, acknowledged this tiny thing called "science":
Pat Robertson, the controversial televangelist and host of the Christian Broadcasting Network's "700 Club," is said to have stunned many of his viewers on Tuesday when he dispelled the idea -- held dear by many Bibical creationists -- that Earth is only 6,000 years old.
He went on to say that Christians should not "cover up" scientific evidence that shows the Earth to be much, much older.
Robertson's comments were made in response to a viewer who had written in to the show. The woman said that her "biggest fear is to not have my children and husband next to me in God's Kingdom because they question why the Bible could not explain the existence of dinosaurs."
No word on whether the funders of the Creationism Museum will sue Robertson for slander.
And if your brain couldn't handle enough cognitive dissonance, let noted falafellator Bill O'Reilly make your head explode:
American Atheists;President Dave Silverman appeared on The O’Reilly Factor to discuss — what else? — the War on Christmas.
The most amazing part of the conversation may have been O’Reilly’s retort to Silverman saying the government shouldn’t be promoting religion: “Christianity is not a religion; it is a philosophy.”
To quote Farmer Ted from "Sixteen Candles": "I...I'm at a loss."