To be in denial about a central pillar of modern science is simply astonishing to me. And to use, as Christine O'Donnell did, an "I don't see it happening so it can't be true" argument (Beck said, "I haven't seen a half-monkey, half-person yet.") is simply astonishing on top of astonishing.
But this, my friends, is a great example of the know-nothing right's know-nothingness. It celebrates its own ignorance while deploring as "elitism" anyone in the classroom with the right answer.
Next they'll be saying that the theory of relativity is a liberal plot because it disagrees with the Bible.
No wait, they already have.
Teh Crazie - Darwinian Style.