Thursday, February 7, 2008

Sen. Kerry Blames Tornados on Global Warming

Okay, you just have to read this stupid BS. Even though the last two hurricane seasons have not been harbingers of manmade warming (as predicted by fruitcakes like Al Gore-Christ), John Kerry is proving here why he wasn't elected as president...because he's just a big goober with no brain. Here he is trying to tie a recent weather event (tornado outbreak) to global warming, which is what AGW advocates do every time a weather disaster strikes, unless, of course, it's a winter weather disaster.
But...sometimes they try to say that even harsh winter weather proves "climate change"...the words "global warming" are left out in that case.

I've had this discussion before with folks. Here's the problem with trying to pin severe thunderstorms and tornados on global warming. A warm air mass is only half the story; it the warm air mass from the equator region doesn't mix with a cold air mass from the arctic region and create a strong temperature gradient, there's no severe weather. Of course, the media (and their Democrat politicians) focus only on the warm part of that equation.

Sen. Kerry Blames Tornados on Global Warming:

[I] don’t want to sort of leap into the larger meaning of, you know, inappropriately, but on the other hand, the weather service has told us we are going to have more and more intense storms,” Kerry said. “And insurance companies are beginning to look at this issue and understand this is related to the intensity of storms that is related to the warming of the earth. And so it goes to global warming and larger issues that we’re not paying attention to. The fact is the hurricanes are more intensive, the storms are more intensive and the rainfall is more intense at certain places at certain times and the weather patterns have changed.”
But we've got harsh winter weather all over the globe this year, doofus-brain. What about that in your global warming spiel?

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