The board's actions to sneak creationism newest child into the classroom may extract a high price. A number of pro-science candidates are running in the republican primary, and if they fail to knock the right wing pro-ID office holders out of their seats, they plan on joining forces with the democrats to get this false science out of the classroom.
Several moderate Republican candidates have vowed, if they lose Tuesday, to support the Democratic primary winners in November. With the campaign enlivened by a crowded field of 16 candidates contending for five seats ' four held by conservatives who voted for the new science standards last year ' a shift of two seats could overturn the current 6-to-4 majority.
Lets see if the lesson of Dover can be repeated in Kansas, and hope that, no mater this falls results, the republicans in South Carolina that are pushing these foolish ideas decide to put them aside in favor of real science.
The pro-science candidates appear to be winning