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You’re not the BOSS of me!

Leslie Brown

Call it simplistic if you will, but I have always thought of atheists like the over-grown kids from childhood who say, “You’re not the boss of me”.

You remember them. These are the same kids who likely said “Get off of my property!” back when the term “property” was some big legalese-sounding word to us, much like “quid pro quo” might sound now.

Neil deGrasse Tyson thinks himself smarter than Einstein! Isn’t that amazing! Geez I haven’t heard him come out with any theories lately other than we are all stupid and he knows better than us.

Let’s look at some “Tyson Treasures” shall we?

“Merry Christmas to all. A pagan holiday (BC) becomes a religious holiday (AD). Which then becomes a shopping holiday (USA).”

“On this day long ago, a child was born who by age 30 would transform the world. Happy Birthday Isaac Newton b. Dec 25 1642.”

Neil deGrasse Tyson fancies himself a “scientist” in the same sense that Obama is a “Constitutional scholar”.

I used to like Neil deGrasse Tyson. Not any more. He is, like Obama, a blowhard. An arrogant, pompous blowhard who plays fast and loose with facts. Over at The Federalist Sean Davis has written a number of articles that reveal just what a putz Tyson is. Tyson spends much of his time convincing people how intelligent he is and how much less intelligent than him you are. Tyson took a swipe at both members of Congress and journalists and that might have instigated the series of articles taking Tyson to task.

I think I will continue to ignore the mockers and put my faith in a G-d who can easily defy those pesky laws of thermodynamics if He wants to, in the creation of our world.

I have a feeling we might be waiting awhile….

Why, this clears things RIGHT UP!

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