The Rules in the Global Warming Debate

Let me see if I have this right:

Skeptics of global warming are not allowed to reference any weather anomalies that might suggest the earth is cooling, not warming — and there are plenty of those this winter (or see the government’s own data here).

But the global warming alarmists, like Sen. John Kerry, are free to point to a single storm system as definitive proof that global warming is on the verge of destroying the planet.

As Mike Gallagher notes,

The obsession that liberals have with global warming has gotten so out of hand that they sound like a bunch of mental patients in an asylum.

Consider for a moment what a clever strategy this is: it’s too cold outside, must be global warming. Too hot? Global warming. Hurricanes? Tornadoes? Floods? Global warming all.

It really is enough to make you heave.

Ordinary people can sense when they are being dealt a rigged hand. And this game is definitely rigged.

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2 responses to “The Rules in the Global Warming Debate

  1. This is my info..

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    Half the Amazon Rainforest to be Lost by 2030
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    (NaturalNews) Due to the effects of global warming and deforestation, more than half of the Amazon rainforest may be destroyed or severely damaged by the year 2030, according to a report released by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).

    The report, “Amazon’s Vicious Cycles: Drought and Fire,” concludes that 55 percent of the world’s largest rainforest stands to be severely damaged from agriculture, drought, fire, logging and livestock ranching in the next 22 years. Another 4 percent may be damaged by reduced rainfall caused by global warming. This is anticipated to destroy up to 80 percent of wildlife habitat in the region.

    read more..

    http://hernadi-key.blogspot.com/2008/11/half-amazon-rainforest-to-be-lost-by.html
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  2. Your post on global warming makes me think you might be interested in the post and comments on international governance (i.e., expanding the multi-level governance) regarding pollution limits. See: http://soozah.wordpress.com/2009/10/12/consolidation-what-the-fight-is-really-about/

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