Scrippsnews? What kind of backwater news sites are you using to scrape up such weak evidence? Also, I like how that article didn't link to the original polling by Ohio University, and that you assume that the opinions of 1,010 people equals the rest of the country, populated by billions of people.
>Mediocre education system.
This may be true, but I would like to see you try to provide a quality education to billions of people. Last time I checked, Australia, Japan, and other countries said to have higher quality schooling have a lower population than the United States. Of course our system is going to be seen as mediocre compared to your system.
>implying everybody in the U.S. is a Christian
I'm an atheist and I find your comments stupid, you "dumbass". However, I don't judge your entire country as full of "dumbasses" because of your behavior. It's not the logical thing to do.
>- Rick Perry
A politician who meant to say something meaningful, but chose the wrong words, and blew himself into a blunder that makes I, a conservative just as he is, shake his head in shame.
- 68% Believe that evolution, a scientific 'fact', should be taught alongside creationism.
Also, what's wrong with presenting both sides of the argument? I'm an atheist and I support evolutionary theory, but I also respect the right for those to believe what they want. Also, in reality, both evolution and any type of divinity haven't been proven or disproven without a doubt (since we can't go back in time millions of years to see evolution work, or 6000 years ago to see if God created the Universe, or whatever). Both are in a Schrodinger's Cat situation, where they both are true and are not true at the same time.
Please stop being an offensive twat, who makes brash generalizations in order to insult a nation full of people who are all inherently different. Learn to judge peop…