Saturday, February 20, 2010

Kentucky Panel approves Bible classes for public schools


A Kentucky state Senate committee has approved legislation allowing the Bible to be studied as a literary subject in public schools, a move that means the state will likely follow Tennessee, Texas and a handful of others in bringing the Christian text into the curriculum.


The public school system will also teach the "The Art of War" by studying Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner cartoons. The state has also declared Santa Claus as real and a statue of Santa will be erected in the state capitol. Science will no longer be taught as it will be considered fiction. “If you want to speak with God, you must be a Republican Christian like George W. Bush, Sarah Palin or Pat Robertson.” said the senator.


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