Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Global Warming: Cash Cow
Global Warming Protesters Caught in Giant Freeze :)

I have decided not to post about the myth of man-made global warming anymore...it is SUCH a cash cow that even though there haven't been oceanic cooling trends in 11 years and even though we have had record snowfall this year and the coldest January in the past three years, etc the powers that be will never concede on this money making giant. Every commercial has the word "green" in it somehow. Heck, I'm thinking about writing a children's book about the dueling warming and cooling earth fairies to get in while the gettin's good! ;)

But, I couldn't resist this one:

"...Global warming activists stormed Washington Monday for what was billed as the nation's largest act of civil disobedience to fight climate change -- only to see the nation's capital virtually shut down by a major winter storm.

Schools and businesses were shuttered, lawmakers cancelled numerous appearances and the city came to a virtual standstill as Washington was blasted with its heaviest snowfall of the winter.

It spelled about six inches of trouble for global warming activists who had hoped to swarm the Capitol by the thousands in an effort to force the government to close the Capitol Power Plant, which heats and cools a number of government buildings, including the Supreme Court and the Capitol.

The snowy scene, with temperatures in the mid-20s, was reminiscent of a day in January 2004, when Al Gore made a major address on global warming in New York -- on one of the coldest days in the city's history.

Protest organizers said about 2,500 people braved the blizzard to oppose greenhouse gas emissions, but the shroud of snow wasn't the only wet blanket in the nation's capital Monday.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who called on the architect of the Capitol to stop burning coal at the power plant last week, cancelled her appearance at the rally because her flight to Washington was cancelled..." (sourc e)

Did they feel a little silly or does denial run deeper than the wind chill factor?

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