I have been thinking this and am suprised that this has not been brought up.
Intelligent Design is Ebonics for science.
Ironically the liberals who support Ebonics as an alternative to English are unwilling to support Intelligent Design as an alternative to Science.
The theory in Ebonics is that a cultural group was not brought up with the grammatical constructs of standard English. It was therefore unreasonable to expect them to use "correct" English (at least not right away)-- and what is correct English anyway.
Intelligent design has a cultural group that is that lacks the logic and reason of standard science. It is therefore unreasonable to expect them to use "correct" science-- and what is correct science anyway.
So what of it. Is there anyone who supports both Ebonics and intelligent Design?
Isn't it inconsistant to support one without the other?