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    With Sarah Palin perhaps tapping at the door to enter the 2012 presidential race releasing her movie The Undefeated (which is getting rave reviews) this week in Iowa, the bibliophobes in the media are prepared to pounce crying that she must be a rube since she believes the Bible, but is there really good reason to say such a thing?  If Palin is asked how the ice age fits into the Bible, she can say it was after Noah’s Flood because of the warmer ocean back then.  And when she’s asked how she could believe Noah’s Flood covered the earth, she can say the mountain ranges rose at the close of the flood while the ocean basins sank, little diddies like that to really get those keen minds in the liberal media rolling on an intellectual quest against their will, referring to such as http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

    Palin can let it be known that species is a meaningless term (for instance tigers and lions mate producing offspring), and she can educate that the ice age ended with the drastic climate change transitioning from the so-called bronze to iron age, explaining the submerged bronze age megaliths found around the world since the sea level rose, and how the ancients measured the earth by its wobble rate believe it or not (see article #2 at http://iceageciviizations.com); oh what a show, the historical template clearly worthy of academic respect, why such would be allowed in schools competing under a school choice voucher system from a president such as Sarah Palin, the progressive movement’s worst nightmare.

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