Some Things Are More Important Than Party Loyalty
Legend has it that Henry Adams, the grandson and great-grandson of Presidents John and John Quincy Adams, was walking out of church one Sunday morning when his minister asked him if he had read Charles Darwin’s On the Origins of Species.
“Yes Father,” he answered, “cover to cover.”
“Did it affect your faith in the Creator of the Universe?”
“Not really,” he is said to have responded, “the progression of Presidents of the United States from George Washington to Ulysses S. Grant dramatically disproves the theory of evolution.”