Thursday, September 22, 2011

Hypocrite Gore Claims 8.6M; Reality: 17K

Fun to watch this idiot flop around like a fish out its climate-fear-sustaining water. The economy is in the toilet (remember, a lot of these liberals wanted just that to stop 'global warming'). Then the AP tried to do these liberals a favor once the recession hit by saying that--surprise, surprise--the recession had LOWERED warming!

One good byproduct of this lie is something liberal socialist idiots will never understand: Americans will only care about the environment when they have secure incomes, homes, wealth, etc. A poorer America may help the myth of global warming, but it also, ironically and thankfully, will kill expansion in the belief of the global warming religion!

Fewer and fewer believe the crap anymore, especially because they're already paying higher energy prices that have been artificially inflated to promote alternative energy and the Green Fad. And Obama's criminal push of government-subsidized alternate green energy is a bust (duh) and did NOT save the economy (duh).

The alarmist global warming movement is all but dead.

Not content with having invented the internet, the great Climate Science communicator Al Gore appears to have developed still more miraculous skills of late: the ability to turn 17,000 into 8.6 million – just like that.

The figures refer to the number of "views" for Gore's special "24 Hours Of ManBearPig" which this column helped celebrate the other day. Gore claims that as many as 8.6 million flocked to his thrilling festival of climate fear; but a nasty cruel man called Charles the Moderator at Watts Up With That? has "done the math" and reckons the figure is probably more like 17,000. And that, he believes, is a generous estimate. (H/T John from CA).

So whom are we to trust? An evil climate denying website run by evil climate deniers? Or a loving family man who has selflessly made it his mission to travel the world acquiring as large a carbon footprint as possible in order to spread the word that we should all drastically reduce our carbon footprints?

[From Al Gore's five loaves and two fishes – Telegraph Blogs]