Tuesday, June 1, 2010

GASP!: Gore's Divorce to Enhance Global Warming in CA

It's not enough that Al Gore is buying a new, huge, energy-sucking, multimillion dollar home on the CA coast (a coast he claims will be inundated by floods caused by global warming). No, Al must contradict himself and his minions, even further, by getting divorced from Tipper. And as you can see below in CNET news (from the Green Nazis), divorce increases global warming (that doesn't exist...because these people are stupid-assed morons).

At least it's obvious that Gore knows he's full of it. Fitting that Al Gore is moving to the Left Coast, because his native Tennessee has rejected his stupid, liberal, militant, hypocritical environmentalism. I'm sure he's tired of being mocked.

Make sure you check out the GASP! series and warmlist to see the level of ridiculousness to which we've risen.

As if the burden of divorce weren't bad enough, people with failed marriages can be blamed for global warming, according to a study by Michigan State University.

Divorced couples use up more space in their respective homes, which amounts to to 38 million more rooms worldwide to light, heat and cool, noted the report.

And people who divorced used 73 billion kilowatt-hours more of electricity and 627 billion gallons of water than they would otherwise in 2005.

[From Divorce pains the planet | Green Tech - CNET News]

Reporting from Washington — They were the happy exceptions — high school sweethearts whose passionate romance led to a famously stable marriage in a capital perpetually rocked by tawdry scandals and sleazy affairs.

But on Tuesday, less than a month after they marked their 40th wedding anniversary, former Vice President and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Al Gore and his wife, Tipper, announced they were breaking up.

[From Al and Tipper Gore announce separation - latimes.com]

How inconvenient is this news? Former vice president Al Gore and his wife, Tipper, bought a gated $8,875,000 ocean-view villa in Montecito, Calif., where Oprah Winfrey also owns a mansion, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Gore, author of the best seller An Inconvenient Truth about the dangers of global warming, received much criticism for the high electric use of his 10,000-square-foot historic home in Nashville. He says he's added 33 rooftop solar panels and seven geothermal wells and buys only renewable energy.

[From How green is Al Gore's $9 million Montecito oceanfront villa? - Green House - USATODAY.com]