Since the beginning of time man (and woman) has changed as a species, whether you believe that in the scientific sense or the emotional sense you can’t deny that we as a species are constantly changing.
You can however apparently deny scientific fact, but I’m getting off topic. Point is, nature is change and we as a species are no exception, it’s true in science, and it’s true in politics.
Here in the U.S. we as a political society have evolved, for better or worse, to where we are today, and this past Tuesday in Georgia this evolution was highlighted most appropriately by the nearly 4,000 write-in congressional votes placed for Charles Darwin.
Of course as evolved as we may be I don’t believe we’ve learned to raise the dead yet, creating a small hiccup in this political plan, that and Darwin still lost by 205,000 votes to the otherwise unopposed Rep. Paul Broun.
Did I mention Rep. Broun is anti-evolution? This of course displaying yet another aspect of the evolution of humanity–humor. Bravo nearly 4,000 Georgians. Bravo.