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Andy Schlafly
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    (April 27, 1961- )
    Born in Alton, Illinois
    Son of Phyllis Schlafly
    Engineer, attorney and conservative activist
    Founded Conservapedia (2006)
    He ran in the Republican primary for Congressman from Virginia's 11th District and finished last (1992).
    He considers Wikipedia anti-Christian because it allows writers to use 'Common Era' rather than 'Anno Domini' if they want to, and anti-American because it allows writers to use British spellings.
    He is a Young-Earth Creationist.
    He believes vaccines cause autism.
    He considers Einstein's Theory of Relativity a liberal plot.
    He frequently edits Conservapedia talk pages to deep-six any debates in which he gets his ass handed to him.
    He bitches about grade inflation at liberal schools while as a homeschool teacher he frequently gives grades of 8 out of 10 for wrong and incomplete answers.
    He mocks the idea that girls can do as well in math as boys or that women can become corporate CEOs.
    His response to bookstores closing was 'Most books (other than the Bible) are liberal claptrap anyway, so this is probably good news.'
    Actually, the Bible does not completely meet his standards either, so he launched the Conservative Bible Project to eliminate 'liberal bias' from the Good Book.
    Among the passages to hit the cutting room floor: Jesus saying 'Forgive them, Father, for they know not what they do.' ('Cause all that forgiveness crap is only for wussy liberals.)
    He worked as an electrical engineer at Intel, Johns Hopkins University and Bell Labs.
    At least he is upfront about Conservapedia being biased.
    Conservapedia has been frequently targeted by cybervandals, who insert errors and satire to make it look even goofier than it really is.
    If you have a liberal acquaintance who is insufferable about their Harvard education, just mention that the guy behind Conservapedia also went there and watch their head explode.
    Stephen Colbert asked Colbert Report viewers to edit him into the conservative Bible.

Credit: C. Fishel


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