Similar point more forcefully argued by Michael Behe in his new Book "The Edge of Evolution."
Part of the problem people have is that "Evolution" is a term thrown around without context or definition. Even six-day creationists believe in certain kinds of evolution (and fairly rapid evolution).*
The rub comes with Darwinian Evolution, which has excluded the possibility of any "outside" mover (intelligent designer) from the outset. If you make yourself deaf, you cannot hear.
*for example, the races of man must have developed from a single pair over 6,000 years
Actually its worse than that. A lot worse!
One creationist, "John Woodmorappe" (a pseudonom used by Jan Peczkis, a high school science teacher), claimed in an article titled The non-transitions in human evolutionon evolutionists terms, that not just human races but all fossils belonging to genus Homo developed since Babel!
This view requires evolution to have happened in exactly the same manner proposed by scientists, except several hundred times faster and in reverse!