Tuesday, April 18, 2006
So much for scientists being 'non-political'
The left often uses the scientific community as an example of non-political support for many of their positions, most notably global warming. We're constantly being told that these are people without politics or ideology who simply give their expertise on a topic without bias or malice.
So then, what should we make of this group of so-called non-political scientists, who have just come out and made all kinds of political assessments and statements in denouncing policies Bush is rumoured to have regarding Iran?
This only confirms what many of us have been alleging for a long time: that the scientific community is far more politicized than often acknowledged. And, oh yeah, they're a bunch of lefties. Surprise, surprise.
Global warming. Iran. What's next? "Hillary 2008" T-shirts?