[...] There’s “very little debate” inside your own administration, Secretary Chu, because dissenters will get crushed. [END]
The article is from WSJ entitled, "Steven Chu: Americans Are Like ‘Teenage Kids’ When It Comes to Energy" and the poor Czar Chu says that climate change will happen. Will happen? Doesn't the climate change from day to day to day? Moron. Dissenters will be crushed. Check the You Tube in my LH side bar...the Hillary one. THAT'S your dissent. Moron.
[...] Asked if he expected a town-hall style pushback, Dr. Chu said he was optimistic the public would buy the administration’s arguments that energy efficiency and caps on greenhouse-gas emissions will spark an economic rebound.
“I don’t think so…maybe I’m optimistic, but there’s very little debate” that a new green energy economy will bring economic prosperity, Mr. Chu told reporters. [...]
Sounds a lot like Van Jones, eh?
[...] When it comes to greenhouse-gas emissions, Energy Secretary Steven Chu sees Americans as unruly teenagers and the Administration as the parent that will have to teach them a few lessons. [...]
There's that WILL OF THE CONGRESS thing right there. I have lessons I would just LOVE to explain to this character.
Watch OUT for this crew. She brings up the US Senate Cmte on Environment and Public Works.
[...] As they prepare for their bill introduction, Boxer and Kerry are most likely looking for help from Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine), who currently is in the thick of the health care debate. Down the line, the Democrats are also hopeful they can satisfy other longtime climate advocates, including Sens. John McCain of Arizona, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Richard Lugar of Indiana.
“We think we can get Republican support for this bill,” Cardin added. “Not just one senator, but several.” [...]
How about a CONSTITUTIONAL "global warming" bill! Is there one? ANYWHERE?
[...] For a refresher on McCain’s global warming pandering — bring your blood pressure medicine — click here. [...]
McCain. Screw them all. Take Action Now!
I like what Dan Riehl said just before lunch: "Irreversible Catastrophe:" It Ain't Cimate Change
The only "irreversible catastrophe" America faces is the election of this clown Obama in 2008. I almost wish he'd shut his yap for a single damned day. But I worry more about what the socialist is up to when he isn't in the public eye. That may be the only upside of his incessant media parade. [...]
AMEN! Irreversible climate change is the wind blowing around inside Obama's skull.
NYTIMES: "global temperatures have been stable for a decade and may even drop in the next few years." [...]
The NY Times said that? They must be kidding but, IT'S TRUE! Like TAB says, "OBAMA SPOKE UP IN FAVOR OF THESE REGIMES TODAY AT THE UN" and his climate change is cause his brain cells in his arse to wilt. TAB brings us some news about CO2 and the myth of the "global warming" myth. CO2. Good grief.
The junk science of the global warming climate change our deteriorating atmosphere dance has been debunked and proven to be a blatant lie so many times, I am amazed that there are still members or citizens of the universe that still think Al Gore is Truth personified and not the bloviating liar and fraud that he is.
See my article called I Think I Need A Shower...Or Not and let me know what you think. You can also go check out Flopping Aces at "Smoking Gun" Memo Discloses How Global Warming Remedies are Political, NOT Scientific". - REALLY? Indeed, really. ALL of this global warming MYTH is a political junket, period.
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Sic vis pacem para bellum
How's this one?
You've GOT to be kidding me!
UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon told the Useless Nations to create a "collective action from world leaders to save Earth from non-existent global warming".
Here's another from Gateway Pundit: Ugh. Obama Tells UN: "Act on Global Warming Or Face 'Irreversible Catastrophe'. We already spoke about this "irreversible catastrophe" but that's inside Obama's skull...nothing real. Also see Fox News.
How THIS for PROPER authorization!
[...] Climate change ranks dead last in a nationwide poll-- Only 2% call it America's most pressing issue. [END]