Things that no Creationist argument is complete without...
1) A quote mined out of context from a scientist. It's even better if the scientist in question is an atheist when they can be reffered to as "the eminent atheist scientist".
2) A reference to a study carried out by someone with a PhD that supports Creationist theory. That fact that the PhD is in, say, Mechanical Engineering rather than biology or geology is irelevant.
3) Frequent references to scientific 'facts' that:
a) are blatantly untrue
b) have been debunked more times than a seaman in a violent storm
c) are no longer valid and, in fact, have not been since before the invention of the net. Or electricity for that matter.
4) Logic that is more circular than one of Leonardo da Vinci's better freehand efforts.
5) Dismissal of properly accredited and tested scientific evidence because basically it's too hard to understand and it's much easier to say goddidit.
6) A really patronising tone.
7) The conclusion that God is responsible for everything. Oh, and that all you science jockeys are goig to hell.
Feel free to add your own.
Freedom of religious belief is an inalienable right. Stuffing that belief down other people's throats is not.