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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Global Warming?

Yesterday, Secretary of State designate Hillary Clinton testified before the Senate Foreign Relations committee that global warming not only “threatens our very existence,” but also that “well before that point, it could well incite new wars of an old kind over basic resources – like food, water and arable land.”

At the same hearing yesterday, incoming Senate Foreign Relations committee chairman John Kerry said, “Many today do not see global climate change as a national security threat, but it is – profoundly so.”

Today, the Associated Press headline reads “Shocking cold wave drops temps to 40 below zero.”

How long can these people continue to perpetrate this hoax?

2 Comments:

Anonymous Scott said...

There are nights I lay awake with concern knowing that everytime a cow in Indiana passes gas, a polar bear falls through the thinning ice. It was 5 below in Lake Orion every day this week. I keep praying for global warming, but to no avail.

9:31 AM  
Blogger Bryan Alexander said...

Yesterday morning (Friday) it was 15 below here in Kokomo. That's not wind chill; that's actual temperature. I hate to think about how cold it would have been without all those greenhouse gases.

3:58 PM  

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