That video (we have another for you later on) features our favorite creationist, Casey Luskin of the Discovery Institute. He’s claiming that intelligent design isn’t creationism. For Casey, it’s as if Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District never happened. The video is only a minute and a half long.
But that’s not all! To add to your weekend pleasure, we’re also showing you a video of Louisiana state Senator Elbert L. Guillory – District 24 (Democrat), speaking when Senate Committee on Education voted last month to reject repeal of the Louisiana Science Education Act (LSEA). As you know, the LSEA was drafted by the Discoveroids and it represents their greatest achievement.
We posted about the Discoveroids’ legislative triumph in Louisiana Victory for Creationism and Voodoo, but now you can see Senator Guillory in action. The committee voted 3-2 to kill the repeal bill, which means that Guillory’s vote was decisive. Here’s a video of the great legislator’s presentation — it’s only two minutes long:
So while Casey is claiming that the Discoveroids’ “theory” of intelligent design isn’t creationism, the Louisiana law which allows it to be taught in the state’s schools was saved by a Senator who was favorably impressed by a voodoo witch doctor. The Discoveroids aren’t embarrassed — a victory is a victory.
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