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Comment: You're being ridiculous.

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You're being ridiculous.

A person's view on the age of the earth has very little if any effect on that person's view on policy. Secondly, Rubio didn't say he believed in the Adam and Eve version of origins. Thirdly, what does Rand's endorsement of Romney and he and his father's supposedly "playing the game" have anything to do with the age of he earth or their opinion thereof. I believe if pressed on the issue, Rand probably does hold to the Genesis creation belief. Ron stated in "Liberty Defined" that he believes God created the earth but, doesn't believe anyone can be sure how, when, or what means He used to do it - essentially Mike Huckabee's stated position.

If you're trying to discredit Rubio in order to make it easier for Rand in 2016, this is hardly the way to do it, because if this is the most important issue to you, you'll most likely find out Rand is "worse" on this issue than Rubio.

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