Saturday, April 14, 2007



A day of moonbats professing a belief in hysteria
Jimmy Z, Lost Angeles

From their insipid website,

"On this historic day, Americans called on their leaders to act immediately to stop global warming. In all 50 states, at more than 1400 iconic places across the nation, we have united around a common call to action: "Step It Up Congress: Cut Carbon 80% by 2050." Your move, Congress."

First overwhemlingly absurd assumption: Humanity has the power to STOP the globe from warming. Preposterous! We certainly haven't warmed the globe in and of ourselves - hell, we haven't even helped the process. Back during the industrial revolution, what was the globe doing as we poured filth and carbons into the sky? Cooling, folks - cooling.

So guess what? We aren't going to be cooling the globe because of something Congress does. We aren't going to change the globe's temperature by anything a bunch of people with too little to do, and so few accomplishments of their own, come up with like this next overwhelmingly absurd assumption:

In four decades we'll cut carbon dioxide emissions by eighty percent. 80%! How many carbon dioxide spewing, exhaling human beings must be killed to accomplish this? Fools!

Next, we have this piece from a (where else?) New York-ish moonbat news-rag:

"Americans worried about climate change gathered Saturday on ski slopes and in cities for a nationwide day of demonstrations aimed at drawing attention to global warming. More than 1,300 events were organized in every state under the banner Step It Up 2007 to push Congress to require an 80 percent cut in carbon dioxide emissions by 2050.

"When it comes to global warming, I don't exactly think President Bush is doing such a hot job," said 12-year-old New Yorker Tiffany Cordero. "A lot of people are thinking just of now. But we won't have a 'now' if we don't focus on the future."

"Tiffany delivered a speech for a rally in lower Manhattan's Battery Park, overlooking New York Harbor, where people dressed in blue -- some equipped with scuba gear and beach balls -- gathered to form a Sea of People human line to symbolically mark New York's future coastline."

Aye caramba! These moonbats are depending on the expertise of an emotional 12 year old chicken little-girl. Egads.

Folks, I rest my case.

By the way kids, their website blog has comments closed. Looks like the facts are not something they want posted on their website. "Accept the faith of global warming hysteria and do not challenge us with the facts!" they appear to be saying. Holy cow.

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