Saturday, June 28, 2008

Restaurant drive-throughs cause global warming!

Fast-Food-RestaurantsThis is it folks; we are beginning to see the slippery slope of global warming solutions, from goofy light bulbs to insect-only diets. I've discussed before that manmade climate change alarmists (the media, certain politicians, and some politically-connected scientists) were employing an 'indoctrination duality'; first, using fear to inspire us to demand government action to halt global warming, and second, by unceasingly listing the "horrible" results of man's climate transgressions. The ever-growing list of nasty AGW consequences are quite funny to read; merely glancing over the lengthy page of article links will quickly illustrate to any normal, thinking person the scope of the media's ludicrous propaganda campaign. You can supplement your perusal of the 'warmlist' by reading the GASP! series here.

In reality, I should have called the media's tactics an "indoctrination trinity," because the third aspect of the their consistent misinformation crusade involves publishing imagined solutions to global warming. Really simple stuff-get rid of the causes and you have your solution to the fear and their 'education' will have worked! And it also works in reverse: If you're using the fancy new global warming dumbass light bulbs then you are helping to eliminate global warming, because old-fashioned Edison-type bulbs set the Earth ablaze.

Here, we see that restaurant drive-throughs-yes, you read that right-are helping to CAUSE nonexistent global warming, so the SOLUTION is to nix restaurant drive-throughs, a staple of American capitalism for decades. I guess the theory is that idling cars are bad, so we should probably get rid of traffic lights too. Maybe their real goal is to cut down on fatty food consumption--a liberal crusade for some time. Yes, I know you fruitcakes out there right now are yelling that it's all about increased CO2--all of these human activities increase CO2. But's not about CO2. Rising CO2 levels DO NOT MIRROR temperature levels (as originally portrayed by alarmists), because temperatures have fallen since 1998 (and fell sharply in 2007-08). Notice that all solutions to global warming-which is complete BS, by the way-involve destroying or limiting some vestige of capitalism (the fuel of capitalism is currently petrol). Don't believe me? Bill Clinton himself said we need to slow down our economy to fight global warming (looks like he's getting his wish with these ridiculous oil prices).

I've discussed this at length; the global warming cult is merely a resurgence of classic socialism in the guise of trying to nobly save the planet. When no scientific debate is allowed because Al Gore-a really smart scientist (NOT!)-proclaims the time for debate to be over, we are heading toward socialism at around Mach 4!

We can eat all the bugs we want. We can use retarded, unpleasant corkscrew light bulbs. We can try to hold our breath to emit less CO2. We can modify the diets of cows to make them fart less, or we can make PETA happy too by just refusing to eat beef. We can all ride bicycles to work. We can plant, hug, and make love to trees. We can use only three sheets of toilet paper (and make Sheryl Crow jump for liberal joy). We can use every last stalk of corn to make biofuel (to hell with those hungry, poor people). We can all avoid using airlines and definitely avoid drive-throughs. We can do whatever these "really smart people" (who know way better than you or I how to save our dumbasses) say to do. And do you know what? It still will not make a bit of difference; the Earth laughs at our pathetic, arrogant attempts to modify its climate, either by accident or on-purpose. The Earth will go on warming and cooling, long after we're extinct.

Mike Ivey: Should Madison ban the drive-through?

First it was a proposed ban on plastic bags.

Now, a member of the influential Madison Plan Commission wants to ban the restaurant drive-through -- or at least restrict the ubiquitous symbol of America's auto-centric lifestyle.

"Given the concern about all the carbon going into the atmosphere, I'm not sure we should be building more places for people to sit idling in their cars," says Eric Sundquist, who was appointed to the citizen panel by Mayor Dave Cieslewicz this spring.

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