ID is dropping any pretense that it’s actually a scientific theory. The Wedge Document makes it plain that ID is simply a tactical weapon for use in the culture war (Whatever that is).
So how is it doing?
Nov. 2005: Dover School board ID proponents voted out of office—before Judge Jones’ Decision.
Jan. 2006: L'Osservatore Romano, the Vatican's newspaper published an article saying "intelligent design" is not science. Denyse O'Leary dismayed.
Aug. 2006: Kansas ID proponents lose in primary elections.
Nov. 2006: Ohio School board ID proponents, including Debora Owens Fink, voted off.
Nov. 2006: Ohio Pro ID gubernatorial candidate loses.
Nov. 2006: Iowa gubernatorial candidate Nussle, ID proponent loses.
Nov. 2006: Kansas ID proponents lose in general election.
Nov. 2006 Michigan gubernatorial candidate De Vos, ID proponent loses.
Nov. 2006: Incumbent U.S. Senator, Rick Santorum, ID proponent, loses General Election and sees his Presidential ambitions crushed.
Nov. 2006: Episcopalians oppose teaching ID in public school science classes.
Dec. 2006: Outgoing Governor Taft declines to appoint ID proponents to State Board of Education.
Dec. 2006: ID proponents reduced to making fart jokes about U.S. District Court Judge Jones. World awaits for similar fart jokes about Judge Cooper.
Surgeon General’s Warning: Intelligent Design has been determined to be harmful to your political career.