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Sometimes the sillier Conservatives can't even tell when we're joking.
Ben Stein
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He has crabs
Job: Creationist Dude
Political Party: Republican
Born November 25 1944

Ben Stein is a Emmy award winning actor and a speech writer for both Gerald Ford and Richard Nixon. Recently he has defended Creationism. Nice voice, buddy.

On September 11 2015 (The Fourteenth Anniversary of 9/11) Stein was talking about learning Market Lessons from The September 11, 2001 attacks.[1]

Life Edit

Like Alan Keyes and Andrew Schlafly he managed to get into a prestigious university and get a degree there due to glitches in the universe. He defends Richard Nixon considered by many as one of America's worst Presidents. He has attacked John F. Kennedy along with other people like Bill Clinton and Lyndon Johnson. This shows that he is a massive Conservative. He has hosted some game shows and done odd voices for some TV shows.

Creationism Edit

Stein is a adamant defender of Creationism and Intelligent Design. Quite what he is defending them against is anyone's guess. Defending the indefensible is of course impossible and against all known logic. As of course, is Creationism. He created the documentary Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed. He claimed that Intelligent Design was discriminated against in the Scientific Community (gee maybe cause its not Science?). Several news media outlets described it as propaganda. He linked evolution to Nazism and Stein has also said "science leads you to killing people".

Good pointsEdit

Ben Stein isn't wholly bad, he actually favors taxing the rich.

Stein just might vote for Hillary Clinton and/or Bernie Sanders because he fears Trump would “sink” the Republican Party. [2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Ben Stein on market lessons learned from 9/11
  2. ‘I’ve never voted for a Democrat’: Ben Stein flips support to Hillary and Bernie because of Trump

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