And how can I let the globull worming extravaganza and orgy that this election has surely wrought. Asshole the One, has already rescinded Bush’s oil exploration order. Over 70% of Americans wanted to “drill her, drill now!” but a leftist asshole gets in office and it’s business as usual.
It’s only going to get worse. Maybe it is a God send that the economy really sucks right now, or it could get worse much quicker.
By Steven Milloy
As a new president takes office and elevates global warming alarmism to official federal policy, much of America is experiencing record low temperatures. While the deep freeze amounts to little more than irony, Americans should nevertheless take what could well be a last opportunity to reconsider the cliff off which Barack Obama, Al Gore and the rest of the global warming industry want us to jump.
No doubt many experiencing the bitter cold this January have muttered under their breath that we could actually use some global warming about now. But the ongoing cold spell no more debunks global warming alarmism than Hurricane Katrina proved it was real. Weather, a short-term phenomenon, is simply not evidence of climate change, a long-term phenomenon. Weather is not the only natural phenomenon that is often misused as evidence of manmade climate change.
We’ve all read and heard about shrinking polar ice, receding mountain glaciers, endangered polar bears and a variety of other environmental phenomena that supposedly reflect the allegedly harmful effects of manmade greenhouse gas emissions. Alarmists have tried to induce the public to think that simply because the Arctic ice cap has shrunk on our watch, for example, then industrialized man must have caused it. The reason they do this is because they have been unable to prove their fundamental contention in the global warming debate – that manmade emissions of greenhouse gases drive global climate – despite the expenditure of tens of billions of dollars on climate research over the last 25 years.