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Friday, April 23, 2010

Glorious Leader Obama Mentioned 47 Times in 2010 Climate Report.

Eat your heart out Kim! Kim Jong-il must be looking on in awe at the progress of the Obama cult in the USA with the 2010 Climate Report chock-full of Obama references says the Washington Times editorial!
At times, the report reads like a White House press release, gushing, for example: "President Obama has outlined a comprehensive plan to address global climate change through investments that will save or create many jobs." The document uses the word "Obama" 47 times, triple the references to President George W. Bush in the previous edition. This tends to detract from the focus on science but is consistent with the virtually North Korean level of fawning in Obama-era official documents. Talk about a lot of hot air.



The purported science behind the global-warming fad is in full retreat these days, but word has yet to reach the White House. President Obama is determined to promote the alleged climate crisis as a lever for pushing through his big-government agenda. The O Force doesn't believe in wasting a crisis, even if it's a mirage.

In mid-March, the White House Interagency Climate Change Adaptation Task Force did its bit for climate terror. "Climate-change impacts are pervasive, wide-ranging and affect the core systems of our society: transportation, ecosystems, agriculture, business, infrastructure, water and energy, among others," its report stated. The panel also expressed concern that "Climate change already is affecting the ability of federal agencies to fulfill their missions," which - if true - many Americans would view as a positive development.
This month, the State Department released the draft of the 2010 Climate Action Report, as required by the United Nations. The report makes the blanket statement that global warming "is due primarily to human-induced emissions of heat-trapping gases," despite growing skepticism about this claim in the scientific community. This new document is based on the "Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States" report from June 2009, which uncritically used the increasingly discredited 2007 U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change study as a base line and then extrapolated a series of improbable disaster scenarios.
The government claims that climate change is leading to, among other things, drought, heavy downpours, disease, poor air quality and extreme weather events. But reality stubbornly refuses to cooperate with the alarmists. There has been no noteworthy increase in tornadoes, sea levels, drought, climate-related disease or air pollution over the past two decades. The polar ice cap has grown back to around its 1999 dimensions. Cyclonic activity has declined 60 percent in the past five years despite frantic claims by post-Katrina alarmists that, by now, increasingly deadly storms would be stalking our coastal cities.
With the release of the recent Rassmussen report showing global warming alarmism at an all time low in the US, and with mid-term elections looming with the Dems poll numbers in the toilet, caution on Climate Change legislation might seem advisable but the ego-driven Obama seems determined to proceed at any cost.

3 comments:

  1. A bill too far for Obarmy methinks.
    If he pursues this legislation he will come unstuck, let him go for it and let him remember: "A force stronger than gravity brings men down - pride!."

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  2. That's because he is Dudd's black brother!



    Tommo
    Central Queensland

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  3. Global warming is a problem that needs to be fixed. American denialism has become more and more ridiculous. Stop refuting scientific FACTS just because they conflict with you're hick idealism.

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