This idea from the pushers of the Global Warming scam would be ridiculous if it wasn’t for the fact Obama might take them up on it. They’re suggesting those skeptical of the so-called consensus on Global Warming be prosecuted under RICO. Wonder if they ever considered that if the ‘science’ held up and their ‘consensus’ wasn’t driven by intimidation and funding, things which have been exposed, they would not have a problem.
Nah, that’s not nearly fascist enough.
Ok, this little gem of rhetoric against the global warming eco-cultists is just delivered with style by Ted Cruz. To have a conservative call them flat-earthers? That just flips their ‘Climate Change is real because Science11!111!1!!11’ propaganda line on its head.
Moreover, the analogy is well chosen. They really are the ones screaming ‘heretic’ whenever someone points to facts disproving man-made
global warming global cooling climate change. It’s like the hyperbole is becoming transparent or something.
Update, 3/27/2015: Minor edit, first paragraph.
I admit it. I don’t like single digit temperatures.
They don’t strike me as much fun and there weren’t so many of them from the place I was before I moved just slightly west of the nation’s capitol. And yet, I don’t think of it quite like this. It’s not ‘Hey, it’s going to get cold so be ready’ but ‘OMG!!!1!1!1! The Polar Vortex has come for your SOOOOOOOOOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUL!’
Put some gusto into that last word, too. You won’t get the B-Movie horror effect otherwise.
Oh yeah. It’s cold because it’s hot. Again. It’s also hot because it’s hot, dry because it’s hot, wet because it’s hot, and windy because it’s hot, except when it’s not. Even then, it’s because it’s hot. Global warming has come for you SOO…oh wait, the polar vortex already got it. Global warming is going to be as disappointed as it was when everyone had to start calling it ‘climate change.’
At least they’re using something more dramatic than the Giant Frozen Suck to describe it.
We have a new environmental catchphrase from Al Gore now: Sustainable Capitalism. More importantly, what does this actually have to do with the environment? Yes, he’s mentioning that it’s deflecting attention from the
global cooling global warming climate change what hyperbole are we on again press the boom button climate crisis, but how does corporate reporting reform have anything to do with, say, endangered species?
How many environmental emergencies is this now? There’s another one heating up due to the bird blenders, uh, windfarm operators, and frankly I’ve lost count. Heck, I make fun of the ginned-up panic. But back to Al Gore.
Guess that whole Climategate thing put a dent in his income.
News link credits: Michelle Malkin, Hot Air.