Wednesday, December 10, 2008

A "matter of urgency"...

The messiah and his willing accomplice discussing how to tackle those 'climate deniers amongst us'.

Economic meltdown?
All three of us are in agreement that the time for delay is over, the time for denial is over...

This is a matter of urgency and of national security and it has to be dealt with in a serious way.
With these two in cahoots, heading up the posse, the world economies are beyond stuffed.


Anonymous said...

Obummer was on Letterman last night saying shit like "we need to reduce our dependence on oil so we don't get involved in wars in the Middle East..." and with the next breath saying he was going to send another two or three brigades...what a deadhead having his strings pulled by clother-eared not-so secret interests

Lucy said...

This letter was in The DomPost yesterday and it confirms the 'educated'view to the climate change 'deniers' like us.

"I recently read an article confirming Wellington's status as the country's most educated city.

Would The Dominion Post please reflect this by not publishing ignorant, cynical, climate change deniers such as Bob Carter (Features Dec 8)? The educated people of Wellington know that the only "sub-prime science" going on is being conducted by people like Carter.

The real believable science is being practised by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the overwhelming body of evidence of which Carter goes against trying to make a name for him-self.
Please allow Wellington's educated to get on with solving the problem of climate change, and stop inventing debate that has already been convincingly won"

I laughed and laughed. Educated he may be. Intelligent he isnt!

Ayrdale said...

...Obama and Al Gore will still have a very difficult job taking thge voting public along on their fear/scare/last chance for the world green train ride.
Day by day, the science of AGW is getting shot down.
Worth having a look at ClimateDebateDaily.com, and this dramatic news...http://www.worldclimatereport.com/index.php/2008/12/03/rethinking-observed-warming/