Why would it be okay for *any* Government Minister to go in their
official capacity as minister to the launch of a self-published book
denouncing evolution, written by a crackpot with no scientific
qualifications whatsoever, while we as taxpayers pay that Minister for
his time and mileage, and the author gets the financial benefit of the
press coverage of a Ministerial appearance?
On 13 September 2010 22:20, Frank Murphy <frankly3d at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 13/09/10 21:09, Braun Brelin wrote:
>> What I think that most of the people here object to
>>>> is a public servant, paid by the taxpayers,
>> and responsible for the promotion of science and technology in Ireland,
>> should be seen at such a blatantly anti-science event.
>> He's free to go, of course, but we're also free to object, and to make our
>> opinions heard on this matter.
>>>>> So I deduce a non-science Minister would be okay?
>> Frank Murphy
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