I vote Democrat because I feel good about “saving the earth” from Climate Change. Never mind the price is human servitude and poverty and who cares if the Climate Models were wrong, the important thing is that I feel good about myself.
► I vote Democrat because I think it’s better to pay billions of dollars to people who hate us rather than drill for our own oil, because it might upset some endangered beetle or gopher.
► I vote Democrat because I believe it is okay if liberal activist judges rewrite the Constitution to suit some fringe kooks, who would otherwise never get their agenda past the voters.
► I vote Democrat because I believe that corporate America should not be allowed to make profits for themselves or their shareholders. They need to break even and give the rest to the federal government for redistribution.
► I vote Democrat because I’m not concerned about millions of babies being aborted, so long as we keep all of the murderers on death row alive.
► I vote Democrat because I believe it’s okay if my Nobel Peace Prize winning President uses drones to…
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BobW in NC
“Warming much less than expected.” Really? What a surprise! Billions in currency are being spent, people are being impoverished, and economies going down the tubes just to discover this?
…and, all this for the sake of human activity producing ~3.2% of atmospheric CO2, which in turn constitutes only ~0.04% of the atmosphere? So, let’s see—human activity contributes ~0.0013% of CO2 to the atmosphere…
And we’re told that we humans are causing catastrophic global warming?
Perhaps supporters need to rethink their position…
The IPCC is about to issue AR5 or its fifth Assessment Report on global warming, but since these successively more alarming reports always predict a looming end of the world as we know it, I prefer my own interpretation of the acronym. It’s going to be a tough gig for the Cassandras of climate for a number of reasons.
The biggie is that there hasn’t been any of the predicted increase in warming for nearly two decades and now lay members of the church have been raising some serious questions on some of the central tenets of its theology. Reputable researchers, yes they do exist in climate science, are now feeling emboldened enough to break ranks and beginning to intimate that the climate might not be so sensitive to CO2 as we’ve previously been led to believe. The great Satan of the Church of Climatology looks increasingly to be nothing more than a…
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To all Alarmists who refer to CO2 as a pollutant and use fear, not truth, to sell their doom and gloom end of the world B.S.
CO2 = Life http://youtu.be/S-nsU_DaIZE
Fuel Poverty = Death http://wp.me/p7y4l-lnm
Climate Models WRONG http://shar.es/KfSR4
Ocean Data being altered to show no cooling
It was warmer in the past than today. Ergo Nature not humans is the primary driver of Climate Change.
Computer models, scare stories and ad hominem rants underscore the alarmists’ desperation
Guest essay by Paul Driessen
Al Gore is in full attack model, employing his ridiculous “Climate Reality Project” to “Draw the Line on Denial,” even as he laid off 90% of the staff at his “Alliance for Climate Protection.” Greenpeace has joined the fray, launching a “Dealing in Doubt” campaign that blames ExxonMobil for funding the “global warming denial machine.”
ClimateProgress.org blogger Joe Romm faithfully echoes “Goreacle” and Greenpeace hysterics and blame-casting. To serve his partisan propaganda, he completely ignores the reality that the climate cataclysm cabal outspends the “deniers” by at least $1,000 to $1; ExxonMobil hasn’t supported skeptic groups for years; and the real Big Oil money has gone to extreme green groups.
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Reblogged From Weasel Zippers
President Obama’s Climate Change Plan – All Pain For No Gain – In The UK Thousands Died From Exposure
“British authorities have been issuing some dire-sounding warnings. In February, the man then in charge of Ofgem, Britain’s industry regulator, warned of an impending “near-crisis” of energy supply, calling the situation “horrendous” and likening it to being on a roller coaster headed “downhill—fast.” Deputy Minister Nick Clegg was quoted saying that he was working to “keep the lights on.” http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/energy/2013/08/130829-united-kingdom-power-crunch/
Moreover, there is a strong correlation between fuel poverty and the impoverishment and death of the poor. Ihttp://wp.me/p7y4l-lnm