Cute but you miss the point. I don't believe that anyone is trying to force Biblical Creationism on school children in this Kansas case. That is a "straw-man" constructed by dogmatic evolutionists.
Sorry to disagree, but I think that is entirely the point. A number of their websites (try a Google search) clearly state that ID is a "camel's nose under the tent" and a "wedge" to get creationism into the curricula.
"A number of their websites (try a Google search) clearly state that ID is a "camel's nose under the tent" and a "wedge" to get creationism into the curricula."
You statement is untrue. No true "ID" proponents have an agenda of getting "creationism" taught in the schools. Some "creationists" may be attempting to "ride the backs" of ID proponents to do the "camel's nose" trick. However, that does not make the proponents of ID guilty of a hidden agenda. I am a creationist, but I clearly distance myself from ID proponents. I strictly interpret scripture; a literalist unless the language is obvious metaphor etc. ID proponents do not. They have a more open view of scriptural interpretation.
I think that attempting to paint ID proponents as creationists is an unfair characterization. It insults both ID folks and creationists. The "creationist lite" monocker is an MSM/liberal strawman to descredit a middle of the road position (ID) by painting it as right wing.
BTW - The "camel's nose in the tent" argument has been used by the ACLU and their ilk for years to justify opposing harmless things. Are you in the same class as the ACLU in your reasoning?
I heard this quoted on the movie National Treasure and thought it appropriate.