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|Quote (carlsonjok @ April 10 2007,20:26)|
|Quote (2ndclass @ April 10 2007,20:21)|
|To be fair, the stupidity of the Dover creationists was not part of the Wedge strategy. No self-respecting Wedgie would bungle public relations and legal strategy that badly. The Discovery Institute advised against Dover, and Dembski sued the Dover legal team for mega bucks. The boneheads in Dover were self-appointed ambassadors of ID, not the real thing. They were not true defenders of the Wedge.|
Does "self-respecting Wedgie" sound oxymoronic to anyone besides me?
Wait a minute. Did he really say Dembski sued the Dover legal team, as in the Thomas More Law Center? Can that be right?
When Dembski insisted on having his own lawyer rather than the TMLC lawyer, they fired him. He insisted on getting the 200 bucks per hour he'd put in on research for the trial. At least, that's how I remember it.
"Why waste time learning, when ignorance is instantaneous?" -Calvin