Documenting the mass idiocy that is American religious extremism is like shooting fish in a barrel. Take this unfailingly polite BBC article for example:
I was at the Creation Museum in Kentucky, the day after it opened, a moment evangelicals should really have been celebrating with great gusto. And to an extent they were. […]
[One parent] asked me almost plaintively whether I was convinced by the museum’s planetarium where the sun was created after the Earth. I had to be honest and say that I was not, but I felt quite sorry as I did.
I like the idea of these people being embarrassed in public by the utter outrageousness of their beliefs. I wonder if the museum, by attempting to make flesh what was until now a mere figment of their imagination, might not have an effect opposite to the intended one.