Sunday, February 24, 2008

AGW silver lining: conservatives die!

Crack Pipe
Still believe that AGW is not about politics (as Dr. Heidi Cullen of the Weather Channel claims)? Here's a liberal fruitcake (liberal columnist Dave Lindorff...should be "LinDORK") who longs for the day when AGW kills conservatives.

Of course, he's smoking a crack pipe...because global warming is BS. Besides, liberals REALLY ARE dying off, because they're aborting and homosexualizing themselves out of existence, while conservatives still believe in the almighty family--the way that nature intended. But I digress.

This is not a surprise; a hardcore communist dumbass sees a prediction of disaster as a way to consolidate political power. He's definitely dumb...because he obviously BELIEVES this crap is going to happen.

Global Warming Will Save America from the Right...Eventually |

Say what you will about the looming catastrophe facing the world as the pace of global heating and polar melting accelerates. There is a silver lining.

Look at a map of the US.

The area that will by completely inundated by the rising ocean—and not in a century but in the lifetime of my two cats—are the American southeast, including the most populated area of Texas, almost all of Florida, most of Louisiana, and half of Alabama and Mississippi, as well as goodly portions of eastern Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina.

So what we see is that huge swaths of conservative America are set to face a biblical deluge in a few more presidential cycles.

So again, we will see the decline and depopulation of the nation’s vast midsection—noted for its consistent conservatism. Only in the northernmost area, around the Great Lakes (which will be not so great anymore), and along the Canadian border, will there still be enough rain for farming and continued large population concentrations, but those regions, like Minnesota, Wisconsin and Illinois, are also more liberal in their politics.

So the future political map of America is likely to look as different as the much shrunken geographical map, with much of the so-called “red” state region either gone or depopulated.

There is a poetic justice to this of course. It is conservatives who are giving us the candidates who steadfastly refuse to have the nation take steps that could slow the pace of climate change, so it is appropriate that they should bear the brunt of its impact.

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