Saturday, July 12, 2008

Hypocrite Schwarzenegger blasts Bush on AGW?

Schwarzenegger BushThis is what I was referring to earlier--certain "conservatives" are now onboard with this big hoax, likely because they see its potential politically. Governor Conan Arnold Schwarzenegger, whose brain is obviously destroyed from all the steroids he did in the 1970s, is just another one of the cast of characters that includes George Bush, John McCain, and Newt Gingrich--all are suddenly tree-hugging greenies who proclaim that the precious gas needed for the tree locked in their embrace sucks. And we've seen how liberals don't want conservatives on their "green territory," so no matter what Republicans or conservatives do for the climate, it won't be enough for the alarmist psychos out there. Therefore, I think some conservatives sense a political opportunity in backing global warming publicly, so that they can hinder the wedge issue for liberals and Democrats like Obama in coming elections.

And to hear the stupidity coming from Schwarzen-egg-head should be surprising, but it isn't. He's another hypocrite, driving his huge Humvees, flying to work everyday, and consuming more energy in a day than most of use in a month, just like the liberal hypocrites who are doing the same thing. Politically, he's got a lot to lose too if he doesn't back the boondoggle, because California typically backs anything that limits capitalism.

Also quite funny to hear him slam Bush, because Bush is a believer in global warming--at least he says he is publicly. Maybe he's just saying that to stall, and if he is I applaud him for his brilliant chess move.

Political Radar: Schwarzenegger Blasts Bush on Global Warming:

ABC News' Mary Bruce Reports: Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, R-Calif., spoke out against President Bush this morning attacking his administration for its failure to counter global warming emissions.

"This administration did not believe in global warming," Schwarzenegger told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos in an exclusive interview that will air Sunday on ABC's "This Week."

"They just didn't believe in it or they didn't believe that they should do anything about it, since China is not doing anything about it and since India is not willing to do the same thing, so why should we do the same thing?" Schwarzenegger said.

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