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Wednesday, February 09, 2005
Letters project: Wednesday's New York Times: 13 total letters. 6 anti-intelligent design. 1 pro-intelligent design. 1 neutral. 4 anti-Bush (out of 4 on the president's budget). 1 anti-American.

I'm just not sure how to classify the intelligent design letters when it comes to conservative/liberal labels. I tend to lean toward saying that anti-intelligent design letters are anti-religious and therefore left-wing, but the ID debate is too nuanced for such a simple categorization.

1:50 AM

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"I tend to lean toward saying that anti-intelligent design letters are anti-religious..."

So "anti-ID" is "anti-religious." Would you say that "pro-ID" is "pro-religion"? How about "ID = "...

We're getting real close to a syllogism here.
 
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