Friday, December 03, 2010

This is not a good idea--tax incentives for creationism

"Operators of Kentucky's Creation Museum are seeking tax incentives to build a creationism theme park called Ark Encounter, which, according to preliminary estimates, could draw as many as 1.6 million guests a year."
Tax Foundation

If it's a good idea, then people will come and it will be an honest return for their investors. Don't make unbelievers pay for it. Christians, particularly Conservative Christians, need to stop taking government hand outs for their "good works." It's just another form of redistribution of wealth, aka stealing.


Dan Nieman said...

I agree completely. If this is a good idea, investors who are Christian should fund it.

Norma said...

The Creation Museum has been very successful, and I think the investors have all made money. It's educational, Christian, and is providing a return for investors. No reason with that track record that they can't repeat their success story and set a good example of letting the unbelievers munch at the public trough.