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{{data.pair|Text|&ldquo;In 1999, as the nation was still coming to grips with the [[1999 Columbine shooting|tragedy at Columbine High School]], then-House Majority Leader [[Tom DeLay]] (R-Texas) took to the floor to identify what he saw as the real culprit: science classes. “Our school systems teach the children that they are nothing but glorified apes who are evolutionized [sic] out of some primordial soup,” DeLay said. Young people learn modern biology, DeLay said, which in turn makes them feel insignificant, which in turn leads to violence.&rdquo; And now, [[2007-04-16 How Could a Loving God|stepping up to the plate]] less than 24 hours after the [[2007 Virginia Tech shootings]] is [[creationist]] [[Ken Ham]], with a totally bogus argument [[science destroys morality|blaming science]] and legalized [[abortion]] for this tragedy as well.}}<noinclude>
 
{{data.pair|Text|&ldquo;In 1999, as the nation was still coming to grips with the [[1999 Columbine shooting|tragedy at Columbine High School]], then-House Majority Leader [[Tom DeLay]] (R-Texas) took to the floor to identify what he saw as the real culprit: science classes. “Our school systems teach the children that they are nothing but glorified apes who are evolutionized [sic] out of some primordial soup,” DeLay said. Young people learn modern biology, DeLay said, which in turn makes them feel insignificant, which in turn leads to violence.&rdquo; And now, [[2007-04-16 How Could a Loving God|stepping up to the plate]] less than 24 hours after the [[2007 Virginia Tech shootings]] is [[creationist]] [[Ken Ham]], with a totally bogus argument [[science destroys morality|blaming science]] and legalized [[abortion]] for this tragedy as well.}}<noinclude>
 
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