On Tuesday I asked again for an interview, e-mailing her spokesman, Kirk Englehardt, that I wanted to ask Cox who, if anyone, had helped her change the curriculum in the first place. Also, “Where and when did Ms. Cox learn about ‘intelligent design’ [a religious explanation with scientific trappings] as an alternative theory worth teaching in Georgia’s biology classes?”
Englehardt e-mailed back that “we are no longer doing interviews on this topic.”
I asked for clarification. The response: “We are now focused on the topic of improving education in the state of Georgia.”
I guess that means she won’t be owning up to her lies. That’s also the same Englehardt who claimed:
All of the theories and the education is in there. The only thing that’s missing is the one word.
Yeap, liars the lot of them.