A Gallery of Creationist Hotties

Ronda Storms & Kathy Martin

Ronda Storms & Kathy Martin

THERE isn’t much news today about The Controversy regarding evolution and creationism, so during this lull we thought we’d offer you all a bit of titillation — purely for spiritual purposes, of course.

For your viewing pleasure, dear reader, your Curmudgeon herewith presents a veritable garden of earthly delights — a listing of influential creationist ladies from around the US, together with links to their lovely pictures. Aren’t they wonderful?

Ronda Storms, queen of the Florida creationists.

Kathy Martin, leader of the Kansas evolution hearings.

Anna Falling [link to her campaign website is dead], candidate for mayor of Tulsa, for whom creationism is issue #1.

Gail Lowe & Cynthia Dunbar

Gail Lowe & Cynthia Dunbar

Gail Lowe, newly appointed chairman of the Texas State Board of Education.

Cynthia Dunbar, another creationist member of the Texas State Board of Education, about whom we wrote here: Meet Cynthia Dunbar.

Kathy Cox & Kristin Maguire

Kathy Cox & Kristin Maguire

Kathy Cox, Georgia’s State Superintendent of Schools, about whom we wrote here: Georgia On My Mind. Here’s an interesting Wikipedia article about her.

Kristin Maguire, South Carolina’s recently-resigned Board of Education Chairwoman. We wrote about her here, and although her pictures are being taken down at official sites, this is still online.

So there you are. Blessed with beauty and intellectual leadership like this, the triumph of creationism over the evils of materialism and Darwinism is all but assured.

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15 responses to “A Gallery of Creationist Hotties

  1. How could you forgot Cheri Yecke, with a name like that?

  2. As beautiful as they are brilliant…..

  3. LOL! Hot? Not!

  4. Frank J asks: “How could you forgot Cheri Yecke, with a name like that?”

    Somehow I’ve never run into that one. But she qualifies for the list.

  5. >THERE isn’t much news today about The Controversy regarding evolution and creationism …

    Don’t you know??? You are supposed to create the controversy!!!

    As to their appearances I think they are perfectly normal, which less insulting and more frightening.

  6. Tomato Addict says: “As to their appearances I think they are perfectly normal …”

    Just what we’d expect from someone who drinks ketchup.

  7. Curmy, this is a SEXIST thread. You’d better come up with a male DImwit thread with those losers to balance the Xs and Ys or you are going to be called…

    SEXIST.

    picking on those poor babes.

  8. The Gadfly says: “Curmy, this is a SEXIST thread.”

    Wrong! It’s an inspirational thread. We want our readers of the feminine gender to be aware of these fine role models. Yes, ladies, you too can be a major force in the world of creationism!

  9. Let’s not forget Ann Coulter, whose book Godless regurgitates (and mangles) William Dembski’s sophomoric intelligent design creationism.

  10. Qohelet says: “Let’s not forget Ann Coulter …”

    Well, yes. But I was only thinking of people in office. If we started listing all the others, we’d exceed the capacity of this site.

  11. In the photo you’ve kindly provided, Kristin Maguire appears to be indicating the size of a gap of some description — or is she showing the
    length of some unspecified object?

    Teach the controversy!

  12. Great Claw, you have a keen eye and an evil mind.

  13. Curmy wrote

    Great Claw, you have a keen eye and an evil mind.

    IOW, I’m a “Darwinist”…

  14. Curmudgeon wrote: “Great Claw, you have a keen eye and an evil mind.”

    I thought she looked familiar. That was taken from the wedding scene in “The Godfather.” 😉

  15. Speaking of “in office”, this may be off-topic, but I just saw (on Yahoo – it should still be there) an article about possible 2012 Republican presidential candidates. I saw several names that I recall being associated with anti-evolution activism, either by their clueless parroting or by their being in on the scam.

    It’s not too early for everyone to keep alert of everything that prospective candidates say on this issue, pass it on to those who might have missed it, and in the case of the clueless ones, give them an opportunity to reconsider. Or better yet, seek out candidates with a pro-science record.