Thursday, November 17, 2011

I Wouldn't Want Them to Look Foolish, Now...

I took this quiz.
Given that they're very pro-family (or is that "Pro-Family"?), I trust that the obvious errors are a foolish oversight, and not an example of gross moral bankruptcy. I sent them an e-mail to let them know where they've made mistakes, so that the issue may be corrected.

I can't help but notice that most of the answers on your quiz are incorrect. The information included in the descriptions below contradicts the given "correct" answer for most cases, in case you need evidence of the error.

The only questions posted which has the correct answer (number 3) seems to have been given such entirely by accident, too! "Homosexual activists" do not claim that 10% of the population is gay, that is merely a popular--but widely known to be incorrect by actual experts such as gay-rights activists.
Furthermore, the given answer to the question suggests the baffling illogic that because the population is small the Constitution should not apply to these tax-paying American citizens! Obviously ludicrous.

I trust that an organization dedicated to real values such as faith, family, and freedom will correct these gross errors post-haste. After all, bearing false witness against your neighbor would be in stark violation of those values; I am sure this misinformation was posted erroneously.

Yours in Christ's Love

1 comment:

  1. Incidentally, doing this got me on their mailing list.

    Yeah, they obviously don't actually read their e-mail, they just collect addresses. Yay ethical-ness!