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Secularism in Congress

September 7, 2006 Leave a comment Go to comments

The Secular Coalition has released their ratings of members of Congress, as interest groups are wont to do. Out of 100, Baucus gets a 90, Burns gets a 0, and Rehberg gets a 0.

It’s not the greatest rating, though the House scorecard has a much wider variety of issues than the Senate version, which consists mostly of votes against certain judges nominated by Bush. Not too bad, but I hope they find better issues to rank them on.

Now, if anyone actually knew about the Secular Coalition, I’d be waiting for certain anti-secularism elements on the other side of the aisle (maybe even our own MT GOP E-brief writers) to blast people with high ratings for being anti-god or some such tripe. Then again, maybe it’ll happen. We’ll just have to see.

(via Pharyngula)

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