No more will they have Captain IDiot in the White House.

Tina Fey Sarah Palins dinosaur-human porno fantasies are a fading dream.

What do they have left? WHAT DO THEY HAVE LEFT??

Look at this!


Creationists, reduced to recycling ancient claims into ‘brand new’ articles. YECs and IDCs banding together just to survive:

Both biblical creationists and ID proponents predicted that transposable elements, such as ‘endogenous retroviruses’, would have a function. In 2000, creationist molecular biologist Linda Walkup proposed that God could have created transposable elements to facilitate variation (adaptation) within biblical kinds.

I hope you all are happy now.


  1. #1 a lurker
    November 6, 2008

    “What do they have left? WHAT DO THEY HAVE LEFT??”

    The Oklahoma state senate and the Oklahoma state house?

  2. #2 vhutchison
    November 6, 2008

    Unfortunately for Oklahoma ‘lurker’ is correct. With the repugs in control of the Senate, the Silly Sally Kerns will push their obnoxious agenda. The repub head of the Senate stated yesterday that they would push things like tort reform and ‘family values.’ Expect to see their crap the next two years. Our only hope may be that the Governor will veto such bills, as he did this year. The pro-evolution side will fight against them again – for ten years in a row! But we will not have a Democrat-controlled Senate to help.

  3. #3 Chiefley
    November 6, 2008

    Here is great news. In Ohio, we had a State Board of Education Member who was one of the few remaining members pushing the agenda from The Discovery Institute. She was even stupid enough to do this a few months after the Dover, PA trial.

    This BOE member, Colleen Grady, did not seek reelection because she was going for an Ohio House seat in a pretty Democratic district.

    Well, she lost. No Colleen ‘Teach The Controversy’ Grady in the BOE or the House.

  4. #4 Hydra
    November 7, 2008

    Creationism seems to have mostly died in NC as well. They won’t even touch it even in Brunswick county.


    Oh well, I suppose there’s always Turkey.

  5. #5 mark
    November 8, 2008

    As I drove by Noah’s Ark being rebuilt in Maryland, I realized that not much had changed since I first drove by it about 25 years ago. Sure, there are now more steel beams welded together (Did Noah really build it that way?), but there is still basically nothing informative there.

  6. #6 eddie
    November 10, 2008

    Perhaps Oklahoma can provide us an example of what we’re all missing out on. Or maybe not.

  7. #7 JanieBelle
    November 16, 2008

    you crack me up.

    Just sayin’.

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