I have one word for those morons who think “global warming” is a disaster. That word:
Deal with it.
The problem is idiot savants like Barack Obama think the world is going to come to an end if they do not do something drastic about global warming. I guess people in his position just plain and simple don’t believe in a power greater than their own (and I’m not talking Castro). These photos of Mount Redoubt prove that God is greater than a trillion trillion Barack Obamas.
Just how far does this “Green Obsession” go and how many people must needlessly die in order to save a planet that really doesn’t need to be “saved”?
“...It’s the typical government response in these use less green times – to tell people to use less of what governments should actually provide more, whether water, power or land for urban housing. Trouble is, airconditioning actually saves the lives of the elderly and sick. They are the first to die in extreme temperatures, as we saw as far back as Black Friday in 1939, when 438 people died from heat over just a few days, and despite the much smaller population. That’s why Council of the Ageing chief executive John Yates pleaded in January: “If you have air conditioning, use it … It could be literally fatal for the older people not to.” Senior Victorians Minister Lisa Neville now concedes much the same, promising the Brumby Government will next time help councils cope with further heatwaves by “providing a cool place of respite” to older residents. But in my house, Lisa, a “cool place of respite” is next to our airconditioner. So here’s an idea: how about building a more reliable power supply and making airconditioners cheaper for the poor?…”
And – who died and made Barack Obama the Dems “god”?
“…That is why, even before Representatives Henry A. Waxman of California and Edward J. Markey of Massachusetts, both Democrats, proposed legislation that would put a price on carbon-dioxide emissions, Senate and House Democrats from coal-using states began to push back. They are concerned that the new costs would get passed on to consumers, to Ms. Daniels-Hanner, to farmers from rural Missouri and to employers like the energy-hungry Noranda aluminum plant in New Madrid in the southeast of the state, which has 1,000 workers. And they worry that in an already wounded economy, increased costs could turn one of the relatively few economic blessings into a blight….”
Okay, that was a snarky remark, but this idea of “Climate Engineering” is one of the biggest crocks I’ve seen. Oh, wait, if the idea is so good, then someone may need to give Sarah Palin credit for Mount Redoubt erupting and seeding the atmosphere with anti-warming matter. The real problem with these dimwits is the fact that they are among the most scientifically illiterate individuals I’ve ever had the misfortune to encounter.
The study of the “climate” is so new, and so very flawed to the point where the idiots who are involved in it seem to forget the fact that they also need to involve “history”.