Is DNA Analogous to a blueprint or a Computer Program?
No, I don't think so but plenty of evolutionists did/do:
DNA: Blueprint of Life
Heck just do a google search and you will get mixed reviews.
How about DNA and a computer program? Maybe some people do, but I don't. DNA is part of the system. It, along with mRNA, seems to act pretty much like the 1s and 0s on a computer bus- that is the analogy. The ribosome is a genetic compiler- that isn't an analogy. The genetic code is a code- that is not an analogy.
Cells are and contain automated assembly factories- observation.
The rotary motor of bacterial flagellum - observation.
The point? EvoTARDs get all wound up over the use of analogies and what they think are metaphors. Most of the belligerent anti-IDists will claim they don't over design at all in biology and the analogies and alleged metaphors get their panties in a knot so every now and then they have to make sure people know what's what.
Unfortunately, for the evoTARDs, we use the language we do because it is what it is. And it doesn't matter what you call it, blind watchmaker evolution can't explain it.