My inspiration for doing this section comes not from reading literature on evolution, but reading the flat-out lies, ignorance and misinformation coming from Creationists who clearly have little clue as to the subject matter they are attempting to tackle. Without exception, every single time I have investigated their claims, I have found the argument to be highly flawed and based on fallacies and conjecture, or outright inaccurate and based on creationist propaganda (such as Kent Hovind's claim that scientists say we "evolved from rocks").
They tend to insult the intelligence of anyone who has had a formal education and foundational understanding in a variety of disciplines including biology, zoology, geology, comparative anatomy, not to mention reading comprehension. To paraphrase Sam Cooke, they simply "don't know much about biology...don't know much about anatomy... don't know much about bones and skulls..."
Furthermore, their writings and "research" tend to violate basic rules of argumentation that are taught at the high school level -- relying heavily on logical fallacies, conjecture, rhetoric, misinterpretation and quote mining.
They also seem to have adopted the ultra-right-wing "nuh-uh, you are" Projection School of Argument, attempting to turn tables on the accusations leveled at creationism. ("Evolution is not scientific at all"... "Evolution is faith based"... "Evolution is a fairy tale" and so on...) This tactic only comes off as dishonest and childish.
I know there are some well-funded creationist sites such as AnswersInGenesis. Time and priorities do not permit me to address all of the ideas expressed therein. (I'm a "correct-a-holic" and could easily get carried away with it).
But here are just a couple examples I found at random on the Internet, demonstrating the depths of their ignorance and why I cannot really take them seriously. (Reprinted under the Fair Use guidelines of the U.S. Copyright Act).
(And ironically, I learned more about the theory of evolution simply by investigating creationist "arguments")