Monday, March 12, 2007

I Dont Know Where to Begin

I managed to get an account on Conservapedia. No, not to vandalize it, only to correct factual errors - they're welcome to their own ideology, but they don't get to have their own facts.

Between the Reagan-worship, evolution-denial, McCarthy knob-slobbering, and Wikipedia-whining I just do not know where to begin.

Maybe basic addition...

4 comments:

Doug said...

Great title for the post. I found the things I looked up surprisingly measured in the description, though. My litmus test was Thomas Jefferson and I was glad they admitted he was a non-deist Christian.

RevJim said...

Why can't the conservatives make up their own facts? Not that I care--I'm a Libertarian, except that if the liberals can make up their own stuff they should allow those they disagree with to make up thier own facts. It's called freedom of speech.
By the way, doug, Jefferson was a non-Christian Deist. Find a copy of his version of the bible, and you'll know what I mean.

Dizzy said...

Wow, I didn't even know there was such a thing as Conservapedia. Undoubtedly a center for twisting facts and slanting historical events with a blatant conservative flavor. Keep 'em straight over there.

By the way, I linked you over on my blog.

~Dizzy
The Political Neo-Hippie
neohip.blogspot.com

Sam said...

You can't polish a turd.

It does make me laugh that conservatives find the most democratic encyclopaedia ever to have so much political slant that they have to create their own parallel, self-affirming drivel.