What, ANOTHER Missing Link Hoax?

Evolutionists seem to be so determined to prove that evolution is true that not only will they resort to fraud, but they will fall for hoaxes. This should not happen if scientists used due diligence instead of ideology. Or is it the desire for continued funding? Anyway, it keeps happening...
It was only a short time ago that Ida was being hailed as the eight wonder of the world!  [Emphasis added]. Sir Richard Attenborough of Jurassic Park fame gushed, “Darwin would have been thrilled” and “This little creature is going to show us our connection with the rest of the mammals.” Sir Richard went on to say, “Now people can say ‘okay we are primates’ show us the link” and “The link we have said up to now is missing – well it’s no longer missing.”
Why am I not surprised that we are saying goodbye to Ida?  The title of my rebuttal article concerning this much heralded discovery of an extinct lemur nicknamed Ida says it all. It was titled The New Missing Link: The Next in a Long Line of Hoaxes and Misrepresentations. So when an article by the Associated Press’s science writer, Malcolm Ritter, on October 21, 2009 ran with the title “Primate Fossil Called Only a Distant Relative,” neither I, nor any other Bible-believing person on planet Earth was really surprised.
The only difference between this failed missing link and all the others is that it only took five months for this piece of propaganda to be debunked. I think we should be thankful for the internet.  In more antiquated times, the ability to examine, comment upon, and refute, the work of and conclusions of others might have taken years.
Read the rest of "Say Goodbye to Ida" here.