Nothing wrong with evolution, other than the fact that I don't yet see any part of it which includes personal responsibility for one's choices.
Why would you expect to see that? Just because evolutionary theory can explain the basis of altruism, would you also expect it to explain the particulars of patent infringement?
I guess next time I get into trouble, I can just blame it on my badly behaving genes....
You could do that. You could also blame it on demonic possession. I wouldn't think either would go over too well, at least in most courts in the USA.
Back on topic: you'd think there would be more effort on the part of the Intelligent Design crowd in particular to do more research in genetics and molecular biology. If they could find objective evidence that only hinted
at their claims being right, there would be an explosion of interest from both sides of the creation / evolution debate. Money would flow in from almost literally everywhere
But we don't see that. Instead, we see publicity and quote-mining mills like the Discovery Institute continuing the basic strategy creationists have used from the get-go: take pot shots at the increasingly solid ToE and try to get the courts to accept their myths as being on a par with science.