Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Global Warming Hysteria

I've lived in "tornado alley" just about most of my life and up until just a few years ago tornadoes hitting communities were considered mostly local stories.
Now they've become national news and I think we all know the why.

Piers Morgan and Bill Nye Speculate on Climate Change’s Role in Deadly Okla. Twister

During CNN’s live coverage of the deadly Oklahoma tornado on Monday night, host Piers Morgan and Bill Nye speculated on the possible role of climate change in the disaster.
“As a scientist, when you hear about the size, scale, power, devastation of this tornado, what does it tell you about the ongoing debate about climate change?” Morgan asked his guest.
Nye said climate change has to be considered after a catastrophic weather event like the devastating tornado in Oklahoma. He also claimed 10 of the last 12 years are the “warmest years recorded.”~snip~

Also we knew this was coming.

 Boxer uses Okla. tornado to push carbon tax

California Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer blamed the tornado that devastated Oklahoma on global warming during a Senate floor speech Tuesday, using the opportunity to push her own plan to tax carbon dioxide emissions.
“This is climate change,” Boxer said. “This is climate change. We were warned about extreme weather: Not just hot weather, but extreme weather. When I had my hearings, when I had the gavel years ago — it’s been a while — the scientists all agreed that what we’d start to see was extreme weather.”
“Carbon could cost us the planet,” Boxer added, plugging her own carbon tax bill, co-sponsored by Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. “The least we could do is put a little charge on it so people move to clean energy.”
Never mind that there has been a decrease in the number of strong to violent tornadoes since the 50's.

There seems to be a misconception out there that "global warmists" and the modern progressive media care about what happens to the people in this country.
The truth is they don't, what they do care about is controlling every facet of our lives from birth to death and finding a way for us to pay heavily for being alive and using the "resources" of the planet. Of course they'll be the ones who decide how best to distribute the confiscated, by force, funds.

What happened to the people in Oklahoma city and other areas affected by tornadoes is tragic and they deserve all our efforts to help them.
What is reprehensible is the way the liberal progressive commie politicians and lapdog media stand upon the bodies simply to push their ill considered and heartless agendas.

It's time to call these clowns out for what they really are and stop buying into their blatant lies about them caring about anyone but themselves.

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