Sunday, February 19, 2006

"Intelligent Design": Looking for more local targets.


Given the adequate number of folks south of the border minding the store down there when it comes to smacking around Intelligent Design, maybe it's time to set our sights more locally.

I'm thinking it's time to deal with this insufferably pompous ultra-maroon, keeping in mind that one has to recognize when something is so stupid, it doesn't even deserve a refutation. You know -- like dealing with Jinx McHue. Sort of like that.

6 comments:

Jim Royal said...

As far as I can tell, the entire purpose of the blog is to sell her book. The blog itself is almost without any real content. Why should we even pay attention?

the rev. said...

She keeps referring to herself as an award winning journalist but the only thing she appears to have ever won is awards from Christian writers groups and the only publications she seems to have written for on any kind of regular basis are Christian magazines and the only thing she seems to write about is ID. "Ultramaroon" sums it up nicely.

frankie said...

journalist schmernalist. not worth the effort.

CC said...

Very well. And the general consensus for a more deserving target for complete and utter contempt would be ... ?

Bazz said...

I see they're dressing up creationism as "post-darwinism" now.

the rev. said...

Oh she is certainly worthy of all the contempt that can be thrown her way, but I think you should go after slightly bigger game such as newly elected Tory MP David Sweet - former president of Promise Keepers Canada.