This is why beauty queens are constantly thought of as airheads. Throughout this video, we are constantly treated to phrases like,
“Teach the alternative”
“Let the students decide”
“It is an experience”
“They should choose”
“Teach both sides”
What!?! Obviously these young women seem to support the raising of a generation of morons.
My favourites are Alabama, who claimed she did not believe in it so it should not be taught. Thank the dear lord that my education was not based on the whims of my elementary school teachers.
Idaho - Who seemed to perceive that what is taught in schools should be based on what one believes in.
Indiana - Dear god is my only response (She could not even formulate an opinion on the issue)
Kentucky - Started of well and then lost me about 5 seconds into her answer. Going on about supposed complexities
Hawaii - I love, because she could not pronounce creationism. She pronounced it “Creash-ti-nism”
Louisiana - Embarrassed blondes the world overNebraska - She needs to understand that creationism is not a credited theory
Oregon - Was a disappointment to me. Having lived in Portland, I assumed that particular state was a bit more progressive and would have been able to answer this question for what it is, a non-question.
Washington at least said what I had expected Oregon to say.
New Mexico was probably the most concise and to the point answer. “Evolution should be taught, because it is based off of science and I think science is a huge thing, that we need to continue to enrich our schools with.”
I think at the end of the day, these women need to realise that evolution is not something to be taught so that kids can “know the whole story” or so that kids can “choose” or “decide”. If I were a judge I would fail them all (most of them).But they are all very pretty.