Thursday, December 11, 2008

Greens prop up scam while snow piles up

Funny. You have two different realities, apparently--all within the same news cycle. On one hand, the Green liberals continue to act as if we're facing immediate doom at the hands of manmade warming, ignoring the cold or explaining it away. On the other hand, cold weather events and records ignore the Greens' doltish obedience and continue making disbelievers out of average people, who don't like being told it's raining as warm urine rolls down their backs.

Then you have us scientifically-educated skeptics who see the folly of the junk science spewed from the mouths of alarmist scientists, who attempt to appear impartial.

Man, what a trip this is...

Washington Times - Al Gore to host 'green' inaugural ball:

Former Vice President Al Gore will host a "green" inaugural ball the night before President-elect Barack Obama takes the oath of office.
Snow surprises Houston-area residents | Chronicle | - Houston Chronicle:
Falling snowflakes glimmered in streetlights, so wide that they billowed to the ground like parachutes, and so tantalizing that even awestruck adults reached out their hands or stuck out their tongues to catch one.

By Wednesday evening, the flakes were big enough to hold their shape for a moment on the street before melting into the pavement, and a dusting had collected on parked cars in some parts of town.

The flurries tied a record for Houston's earliest snowfall ever and warmed the hearts of winter weather lovers who have pined for snow since it last made an appearance on Christmas Eve 2004.

Sleet, snow tail off in New Orleans - Times-Picayune -
For the first time in nearly four years, snow fell across the New Orleans region this morning, with flurries reported on the north shore and in the city, Metairie, Kenner, LaPlace and other parts of the south shore. By around 10 a.m., the snow had mostly stopped, replaced by freezing rain in many places, making driving treacherous. By noon, the precipitation had mostly ceased altogether.
Obama can sign U.N. climate pact before U.S. law: Kerry | Reuters:
POZNAN, Poland (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate will let President-elect Barack Obama sign up to a U.N. pact to fight global warming in late 2009 even if U.S. climate laws are not yet in place, U.S. Senator John Kerry predicted on Thursday.

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