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As If We Needed Them… but Here They Are. 100 reasons why AL GORE is a moron:

December 17, 2009

Source: UK Daily Express

HERE are the 100 reasons, released in a dossier issued by the European Foundation, why climate change is natural and not man-made:

1) There is “no real scientific proof” that the current warming is caused by the rise of greenhouse gases from man’s activity.

2) Man-made carbon dioxide emissions throughout human history constitute less than 0.00022 percent of the total naturally emitted from the mantle of the earth during geological history.

3) Warmer periods of the Earth’s history came around 800 years before rises in CO2 levels.

4) After World War II, there was a huge surge in recorded CO2 emissions but global temperatures fell for four decades after 1940.

5) Throughout the Earth’s history, temperatures have often been warmer than now and CO2 levels have often been higher – more than ten times as high.

6) Significant changes in climate have continually occurred throughout geologic time.

7) The 0.7C increase in the average global temperature over the last hundred years is entirely consistent with well-established, long-term, natural climate trends.

8 ) The IPCC theory is driven by just 60 scientists and favourable reviewers not the 4,000 usually cited.

9) Leaked e-mails from British climate scientists – in a scandal known as “Climate-gate” – suggest that that has been manipulated to exaggerate global warming

10) A large body of scientific research suggests that the sun is responsible for the greater share of climate change during the past hundred years.

11) Politicians and activiists claim rising sea levels are a direct cause of global warming but sea levels rates have been increasing steadily since the last ice age 10,000 ago

12) Philip Stott, Emeritus Professor of Biogeography at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London says climate change is too complicated to be caused by just one factor, whether CO2 or clouds

13) Peter Lilley MP said last month that “fewer people in Britain than in any other country believe in the importance of global warming. That is despite the fact that our Government and our political class—predominantly—are more committed to it than their counterparts in any other country in the world”.

14) In pursuit of the global warming rhetoric, wind farms will do very little to nothing to reduce CO2 emissions

15) Professor Plimer, Professor of Geology and Earth Sciences at the University of Adelaide, stated that the idea of taking a single trace gas in the atmosphere, accusing it and finding it guilty of total responsibility for climate change, is an “absurdity”

16) A Harvard University astrophysicist and geophysicist, Willie Soon, said he is “embarrassed and puzzled” by the shallow science in papers that support the proposition that the earth faces a climate crisis caused by global warming.

17) The science of what determines the earth’s temperature is in fact far from settled or understood.

18) Despite activist concerns over CO2 levels, CO2 is a minor greenhouse gas, unlike water vapour which is tied to climate concerns, and which we can’t even pretend to control

19) A petition by scientists trying to tell the world that the political and media portrayal of global warming is false was put forward in the Heidelberg Appeal in 1992. Today, more than 4,000 signatories, including 72 Nobel Prize winners, from 106 countries have signed it.

20) It is claimed the average global temperature increased at a dangerously fast rate in the 20th century but the recent rate of average global temperature rise has been between 1 and 2 degrees C per century – within natural rates

21) Professor Zbigniew Jaworowski, Chairman of the Scientific Council of the Central Laboratory for Radiological Protection in Warsaw, Poland says the earth’s temperature has more to do with cloud cover and water vapor than CO2 concentration in the atmosphere.

22) There is strong evidence from solar studies which suggests that the Earth’s current temperature stasis will be followed by climatic cooling over the next few decades

23) It is myth that receding glaciers are proof of global warming as glaciers have been receding and growing cyclically for many centuries

24) It is a falsehood that the earth’s poles are warming because that is natural variation and while the western Arctic may be getting somewhat warmer we also see that the Eastern Arctic and Greenland are getting colder

25) The IPCC claims climate driven “impacts on biodiversity are significant and of key relevance” but those claims are simply not supported by scientific research

26) The IPCC threat of climate change to the world’s species does not make sense as wild species are at least one million years old, which means they have all been through hundreds of climate cycles

27) Research goes strongly against claims that CO2-induced global warming would cause catastrophic disintegration of the Greenland and Antarctic Ice Sheets.

28) Despite activist concerns over CO2 levels, rising CO2 levels are our best hope of raising crop yields to feed an ever-growing population

29) The biggest climate change ever experienced on earth took place around 700 million years ago

30) The slight increase in temperature which has been observed since 1900 is entirely consistent with well-established, long-term natural climate cycles

31) Despite activist concerns over CO2 levels, rising CO2 levels of some so-called “greenhouse gases” may be contributing to higher oxygen levels and global cooling, not warming

32) Accurate satellite, balloon and mountain top observations made over the last three decades have not shown any significant change in the long term rate of increase in global temperatures

33) Today’s CO2 concentration of around 385 ppm is very low compared to most of the earth’s history – we actually live in a carbon-deficient atmosphere

34) It is a myth that CO2 is the most common greenhouse gas because greenhouse gases form about 3% of the atmosphere by volume, and CO2 constitutes about 0.037% of the atmosphere

35) It is a myth that computer models verify that CO2 increases will cause significant global warming because computer models can be made to “verify” anything

36) There is no scientific or statistical evidence whatsoever that global warming will cause more storms and other weather extremes

37) One statement deleted from a UN report in 1996 stated that “none of the studies cited above has shown clear evidence that we can attribute the observed climate changes to increases in greenhouse gases”

38) The world “warmed” by 0.07 +/- 0.07 degrees C from 1999 to 2008, not the 0.20 degrees C expected by the IPCC

39) The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says “it is likely that future tropical cyclones (typhoons and hurricanes) will become more intense” but there has been no increase in the intensity or frequency of tropical cyclones globally

40) Rising CO2 levels in the atmosphere can be shown not only to have a negligible effect on the Earth’s many ecosystems, but in some cases to be a positive help to many organisms

41) Researchers who compare and contrast climate change impact on civilizations found warm periods are beneficial to mankind and cold periods harmful

42) The Met Office asserts we are in the hottest decade since records began but this is precisely what the world should expect if the climate is cyclical

43) Rising CO2 levels increase plant growth and make plants more resistant to drought and pests

44) The historical increase in the air’s CO2 content has improved human nutrition by raising crop yields during the past 150 years

45) The increase of the air’s CO2 content has probably helped lengthen human lifespans since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution

46) The IPCC alleges that “climate change currently contributes to the global burden of disease and premature deaths” but the evidence shows that higher temperatures and rising CO2 levels has helped global populations

47) In May of 2004, the Russian Academy of Sciences published a report concluding that the Kyoto Protocol has no scientific grounding at all.

48) The “Climate-gate” scandal pointed to a expensive public campaign of disinformation and the denigration of scientists who opposed the belief that CO2 emissions were causing climate change

49) The head of Britain’s climate change watchdog has predicted households will need to spend up to £15,000 on a full energy efficiency makeover if the Government is to meet its ambitious targets for cutting carbon emissions.

50) Wind power is unlikely to be the answer to our energy needs. The wind power industry argues that there are “no direct subsidies” but it involves a total subsidy of as much as £60 per MWh which falls directly on electricity consumers. This burden will grow in line with attempts to achieve Wind power targets, according to a recent OFGEM report.

51) Wind farms are not an efficient way to produce energy. The British Wind Energy Association (BWEA) accepts a figure of 75 per cent back-up power is required.

52) Global temperatures are below the low end of IPCC predictions not at “at the top end of IPCC estimates”

53) Climate alarmists have raised the concern over acidification of the oceans but Tom Segalstad from Oslo University in Norway , and others, have noted that the composition of ocean water – including CO2, calcium, and water – can act as a buffering agent in the acidification of the oceans.

54) The UN’s IPCC computer models of human-caused global warming predict the emergence of a “hotspot” in the upper troposphere over the tropics. Former researcher in the Australian Department of Climate Change, David Evans, said there is no evidence of such a hotspot

55) The argument that climate change is a of result of global warming caused by human activity is the argument of flat Earthers.

56) The manner in which US President Barack Obama sidestepped Congress to order emission cuts shows how undemocratic and irrational the entire international decision-making process has become with regards to emission-target setting.

57) William Kininmonth, a former head of the National Climate Centre and a consultant to the World Meteorological Organisation, wrote “the likely extent of global temperature rise from a doubling of CO2 is less than 1C. Such warming is well within the envelope of variation experienced during the past 10,000 years and insignificant in the context of glacial cycles during the past million years, when Earth has been predominantly very cold and covered by extensive ice sheets.”

58) Canada has shown the world targets derived from the existing Kyoto commitments were always unrealistic and did not work for the country.

59) In the lead up to the Copenhagen summit, David Davis MP said of previous climate summits, at Rio de Janeiro in 1992 and Kyoto in 1997 that many had promised greater cuts, but “neither happened”, but we are continuing along the same lines.

60) The UK ’s environmental policy has a long-term price tag of about £55 billion, before taking into account the impact on its economic growth.

61) The UN’s panel on climate change warned that Himalayan glaciers could melt to a fifth of current levels by 2035. J. Graham Cogley a professor at Ontario Trent University, claims this inaccurate stating the UN authors got the date from an earlier report wrong by more than 300 years.

62) Under existing Kyoto obligations the EU has attempted to claim success, while actually increasing emissions by 13 per cent, according to Lord Lawson. In addition the EU has pursued this scheme by purchasing “offsets” from countries such as China paying them billions of dollars to destroy atmospheric pollutants, such as CFC-23, which were manufactured purely in order to be destroyed.

63) It is claimed that the average global temperature was relatively unchanging in pre-industrial times but sky-rocketed since 1900, and will increase by several degrees more over the next 100 years according to Penn State University researcher Michael Mann. There is no convincing empirical evidence that past climate was unchanging, nor that 20th century changes in average global temperature were unusual or unnatural.

64) Michael Mann of Penn State University has actually shown that the Medieval Warm Period and the Little Ice Age did in fact exist, which contrasts with his earlier work which produced the “hockey stick graph” which showed a constant temperature over the past thousand years or so followed by a recent dramatic upturn.

65) The globe’s current approach to climate change in which major industrialised countries agree to nonsensical targets for their CO2 emissions by a given date, as it has been under the Kyoto system, is very expensive.

66) The “Climate-gate” scandal revealed that a scientific team had emailed one another about using a “trick” for the sake of concealing a “decline” in temperatures when looking at the history of the Earth’s temperature.

67) Global temperatures have not risen in any statistically-significant sense for 15 years and have actually been falling for nine years. The “Climate-gate” scandal revealed a scientific team had expressed dismay at the fact global warming was contrary to their predictions and admitted their inability to explain it was “a travesty”.

68) The IPCC predicts that a warmer planet will lead to more extreme weather, including drought, flooding, storms, snow, and wildfires. But over the last century, during which the IPCC claims the world experienced more rapid warming than any time in the past two millennia, the world did not experience significantly greater trends in any of these extreme weather events.

69) In explaining the average temperature standstill we are currently experiencing, the Met Office Hadley Centre ran a series of computer climate predictions and found in many of the computer runs there were decade-long standstills but none for 15 years – so it expects global warming to resume swiftly.

70) Richard Lindzen, Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, wrote: “The notion of a static, unchanging climate is foreign to the history of the Earth or any other planet with a fluid envelope. Such hysteria (over global warming) simply represents the scientific illiteracy of much of the public, the susceptibility of the public to the substitution of repetition for truth.”

71) Despite the 1997 Kyoto Protocol’s status as the flagship of the fight against climate change it has been a failure.

72) The first phase of the EU’s Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), which ran from 2005 to 2007 was a failure. Huge over-allocation of permits to pollute led to a collapse in the price of carbon from €33 to just €0.20 per tonne meaning the system did not reduce emissions at all.

73) The EU trading scheme, to manage carbon emissions has completely failed and actually allows European businesses to duck out of making their emissions reductions at home by offsetting, which means paying for cuts to be made overseas instead.

74) To date “cap and trade” carbon markets have done almost nothing to reduce emissions.

75) In the United States , the cap-and-trade is an approach designed to control carbon emissions and will impose huge costs upon American citizens via a carbon tax on all goods and services produced in the United States. The average family of four can expect to pay an additional $1700, or £1,043, more each year. It is predicted that the United States will lose more than 2 million jobs as the result of cap-and-trade schemes.

76) Dr Roy Spencer, a principal research scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, has indicated that out of the 21 climate models tracked by the IPCC the differences in warming exhibited by those models is mostly the result of different strengths of positive cloud feedback – and that increasing CO2 is insufficient to explain global-average warming in the last 50 to 100 years.

77) Why should politicians devote our scarce resources in a globally competitive world to a false and ill-defined problem, while ignoring the real problems the entire planet faces, such as: poverty, hunger, disease or terrorism.

78) A proper analysis of ice core records from the past 650,000 years demonstrates that temperature increases have come before, and not resulted from, increases in CO2 by hundreds of years.

79) Since the cause of global warming is mostly natural, then there is in actual fact very little we can do about it. (We are still not able to control the sun).

80) A substantial number of the panel of 2,500 climate scientists on the United Nation’s International Panel on Climate Change, which created a statement on scientific unanimity on climate change and man-made global warming, were found to have serious concerns.

81) The UK’s Met Office has been forced this year to re-examine 160 years of temperature data after admitting that public confidence in the science on man-made global warming has been shattered by revelations about the data.

82) Politicians and activists push for renewable energy sources such as wind turbines under the rhetoric of climate change, but it is essentially about money – under the system of Renewable Obligations. Much of the money is paid for by consumers in electricity bills. It amounts to £1 billion a year.

83) The “Climate-gate” scandal revealed that a scientific team had tampered with their own data so as to conceal inconsistencies and errors.

84) The “Climate-gate” scandal revealed that a scientific team had campaigned for the removal of a learned journal’s editor, solely because he did not share their willingness to debase science for political purposes.

85) Ice-core data clearly show that temperatures change centuries before concentrations of atmospheric CO2 change. Thus, there appears to be little evidence for insisting that changes in concentrations of CO2 are the cause of past temperature and climate change.

86) There are no experimentally verified processes explaining how CO2 concentrations can fall in a few centuries without falling temperatures – in fact it is changing temperatures which cause changes in CO2 concentrations, which is consistent with experiments that show CO2 is the atmospheric gas most readily absorbed by water.

87) The Government’s Renewable Energy Strategy contains a massive increase in electricity generation by wind power costing around £4 billion a year over the next twenty years. The benefits will be only £4 to £5 billion overall (not per annum). So costs will outnumber benefits by a range of between eleven and seventeen times.

88) Whilst CO2 levels have indeed changed for various reasons, human and otherwise, just as they have throughout history, the CO2 content of the atmosphere has increased since the beginning of the industrial revolution, and the growth rate has now been constant for the past 25 years.

89) It is a myth that CO2 is a pollutant, because nitrogen forms 80% of our atmosphere and human beings could not live in 100% nitrogen either: CO2 is no more a pollutant than nitrogen is and CO2 is essential to life.

90) Politicians and climate activists make claims to rising sea levels but certain members in the IPCC chose an area to measure in Hong Kong that is subsiding. They used the record reading of 2.3 mm per year rise of sea level.

91) The accepted global average temperature statistics used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change show that no ground-based warming has occurred since 1998.

92) If one factors in non-greenhouse influences such as El Nino events and large volcanic eruptions, lower atmosphere satellite-based temperature measurements show little, if any, global warming since 1979, a period over which atmospheric CO2 has increased by 55 ppm (17 per cent).

93) US President Barack Obama pledged to cut emissions by 2050 to equal those of 1910 when there were 92 million Americans. In 2050, there will be 420 million Americans, so Obama’s promise means that emissions per head will be approximately what they were in 1875. It simply will not happen.

94) The European Union has already agreed to cut emissions by 20 percent to 2020, compared with 1990 levels, and is willing to increase the target to 30 percent. However, these are unachievable and the EU has already massively failed with its Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), as EU emissions actually rose by 0.8 percent from 2005 to 2006 and are known to be well above the Kyoto goal.

95) Australia has stated it wants to slash greenhouse emissions by up to 25 percent below 2000 levels by 2020, but the pledges were so unpopular that the country’s Senate has voted against the carbon trading Bill, and the Opposition’s Party leader has now been ousted by a climate change sceptic.

96) Canada plans to reduce emissions by 20 percent compared with 2006 levels by 2020, representing approximately a 3 percent cut from 1990 levels but it simultaneously defends its Alberta tar sands emissions and its record as one of the world’s highest per-capita emissions setters.

97) India plans to reduce the ratio of emissions to production by 20-25 percent compared with 2005 levels by 2020, but all Government officials insist that since India has to grow for its development and poverty alleviation, it has to emit, because the economy is driven by carbon.

98) The Leipzig Declaration in 1996, was signed by 110 scientists who said: “We – along with many of our fellow citizens – are apprehensive about the climate treaty conference scheduled for Kyoto, Japan, in December 1997” and “based on all the evidence available to us, we cannot subscribe to the politically inspired world view that envisages climate catastrophes and calls for hasty actions.”

99) A US Oregon Petition Project stated “We urge the United States government to reject the global warming agreement that was written in Kyoto, Japan in December, 1997, and any other similar proposals. The proposed limits on greenhouse gases would harm the environment, hinder the advance of science and technology, and damage the health and welfare of mankind. There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of CO2, methane, or other greenhouse gasses is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth’s atmosphere and disruption of the Earth’s climate.”

100) A report by the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change concluded “We find no support for the IPCC’s claim that climate observations during the twentieth century are either unprecedented or provide evidence of an anthropogenic effect on climate.”

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  1. December 18, 2009 9:20 pm

    Thanks for posting this. Here is a translation from the beginning of Obama’s speech at Dopenhagen.

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    Bob A. says: December 18th, 2009 at 3:02 pm

    Good morning. It’s an honor to for me to join this distinguished group of leaders from nations around the world. We come together here in Copenhagen because climate change poses a grave and growing danger to our people. You would not be here unless you – like me – were convinced that this danger is real. This is not fiction, this is science. Unchecked, climate change will pose unacceptable risks to our security, our economies, and our planet. That much we know.

    So the question before us is no longer the nature of the challenge – the question is our capacity to meet it. For while the reality of climate change is not in doubt, our ability to take collective action hangs in the balance.


    Good morning. It’s an honor to for me to join this distinguished group of Schysters and snake oil salesmen from nations around the world. We come together here in Copenhagen because climate change poses a great and growing opportuniy to fleece our people. You would not be here unless you – like me – were convinced that this danger is unreal. This is not science, this is fiction. Unchecked, climate change poses no unacceptable risks to our security, our economies, and our planet. That much we know.

    So the question before us is no longer the nature of the challenge – the question is our capacity to profit from it. For while the reality of climate change is not in doubt, our ability to take collective action action against our citizens hangs in the balance.

    I believe that we can act boldly, and decisively, in the face of this common opportunity. And that is why I have come here today.

    Join with Al “the Gorical and we can make millions before our people see what we have done.

    Barack Hussein Osama.

    • sarahbaram permalink
      December 19, 2009 3:04 am

      The climate change “issue” is nothing but a scam, just like you have stated. The government is simply trying to scare us in to taking better care of our earth for what is probably purely aesthetic reasons. Sure, we should be more respectful to our environment but we are by no means ruining it.
      You are entirely right. They are trying to get us to spend money to be more environmentally safe. That is expensive. We had a quote done on our house to have solar panels. The cost would be almost a third of what we purchased our house at.
      What has been failed to be mentioned, however, is the sickening amount of media attention our climate gets. In the past year a handful of movies have come out showing the possible consequences of our wrong doing. Keanu Reeves is not going to come one day and disintegrate our surroundings. Our earth will not decide to collapse within itself in 2012. They even try to embed the message in to children’s movies such as Wall-E.
      It is simple. The government needs to stop making such a fuss about the so-called rising temperatures. If they want us to be more conscious of the waste we put out, the energy we use, and the things we buy… Fine, but just tell us that. Don’t put out an empty threat that our world is going to hell.

      • December 19, 2009 3:16 am

        Sorry, but I don’t need the government telling me not to throw my garbage out the window, to throw trash into the ocean, or to recycle. I don’t need them telling how warm or how cool my home can be. As a free citizen, I’m capable of making these decisions myself. For them to cram it down the peoples’ throats is just idiotic.

        Besides, I can debunk this entire “global warming”/the world is coming to an end fearmongering bullcrap easily.

        King James Version


        Chapter 8

        21 And the Lord smelled a sweet savour; and the Lord said in his heart, I will not again curse the ground any more for man’s sake; for the imagination of man’s heart is evil from his youth; neither will I again smite any more every thing living, as I have done.

        22 While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.

        The world isn’t going to hell. If they were TRULY concerned with the state of the planet, conservation, etc… they would find actual PRODUCTIVE ways to promote healthier/more earth friendly lifestyles. Tax breaks, credits for those who feel that they WANT to install panels, etc… But DEMANDING and FORCING people into lifestyles that we’ve all worked SO hard to obtain is NOT the way. We are FREE PEOPLE and AS free people; we should keep the right to live our own lives without some government bureaucrat cramming their agendas down our throats.

        (excuse the rambling… tylenol PM is both my friend… and my enemy…)

    • December 19, 2009 3:08 am

      Screw that. My soul isn’t for sale. It’s another excuse for the Government hotheads to line their wallets.

      Have you heard what the “carbon footprint” or costs of sending all these dillholes to Copenhagen cost?

      lol, Bob. You crack me up.

  2. sarahbaram permalink
    December 19, 2009 3:06 am

    P.S. Al Gore just wants another 15 Minutes since his Presidential campaign failed so horribly.

    • December 19, 2009 3:18 am

      His was one of the worst failing campaigns I have ever witnessed. It was truly pathetic. Even worse than the McCain/Palin loss; even though the McCain/Palin vs Obama/Biden race was a really close race and for some reason… the country seemed TRULY divided. But, they were graceful in defeat. Personally, as a person who is working on getting into the Air Force; I have tremendous amount of respect for John McCain for what he did fighting for our country. As a conservative, I truly admire Sarah Palin…

      This Obama guy… really really scares me, and I think he needs to seriously look around at the LONG term before he goes signing this and Xing that. It’s insanity what we’re witnessing.

      • sarahbaram permalink
        December 19, 2009 4:15 am

        We were divided because although both candidates were able to perform decent speeches, no one (citizens) truly knew what needed to be done. We were all afraid and the one who rallied the most hopefuls won… It is hard to look at a politician and put complete faith him. BUT, for some reason, it is easy to put complete faith in someone with iconic status. i.e. Obama.
        Obama is getting incredibly side tracked. The Health Bill? Oh, please. Although health insurance may be expensive, that should not be his major focus right now.

  3. December 19, 2009 4:42 am

    Well, we were divided because let’s face it. Nobody likes war. That was the main thing on President Bush’s plate; and he did a good job at handling them from a military perspective. Troop morale was high, our enemies were afraid, and although it’s unpopular…sometimes it’s necessary.

    Not a lot of people understand that. Not a lot of people see the good that comes from something as horrible as war. Believe it or not, I wasn’t for the war until my dad came back from IRAQ and told me stories that I wasn’t getting from the Mainstream Media. I got personal stories, stories of freedom, liberation, and democracy. Stories of people who were living in bondage beginning a life under a democracy. People who had no voice before… slowly start to get the rights we take for granted every day. Stories of hospitals being build. Their military being set up and trained by the best of the best. Stories of schools being built and opportunities being presented. Potentially losing my father changed the way I viewed politics.

    Both campaigns gave great speeches; but one thing with Obama is majority of the promises he made, he’s fallen back on. He is not a man of action, decisiveness, or determination. He is… simply put… a statist.

    This just goes to prove that long time saying “United we stand; divided we fall” holds some merit. That doesn’t mean we all have to feel the same way… believe in the same things… vote the same way… That just means, to me anyway, that if our main goal is to BETTER our country, uphold our constitution, and protect our citizens; we stand together. Together, nothing can tear us down. When we’re divided? Well… you get what we’re witnessing today.

    I learned a long long time ago not to put my faith in man; because more often than not, they will let you down. Part of me wonders… if he wasn’t bi-racial (and yes, I put the “race card” in the mix) would he have gotten as far as he did? I mean, yes, it was exciting. A bi-racial man running for president! History being made! … but Hitler made history too. I don’t think that Obama’s priorities are straight at ALL, and I thought from the beginning that he was nothing more than a political kitten with absolutely no experience under his belt, no accomplishments, and no idea or solid plans for the future of this country and how to be a LEADER of the greatest nation on the planet.

    This health care bill is a trainwreck. Nobody has read it. Those who have are deemed “clowns” or “unsympathetic”, but realistically… it’s unsustainable. There is no way that the promises being made can be kept without PAYING for it somehow. We have a LOT on our plate right now, and this is small potatoes when compared to the grand scale. Our economy is in the tank, unemployment is at rates higher than we’ve ever seen in our lifetimes; which is one of Obama’s broken promises (wouldn’t go above 8% if stimulus passed!)… but tell that to the people of Michigan. Tell that to the family whose main breadwinners are working… two… three (if they can get ’em) jobs in order to provide for their families. Then… to TAX them for this bogus health care bill… it’s insanity.

    He’s incapable of multitasking. It’s not just him either. It’s congress, the senate, and people who refuse to educate themselves and allow the media to do the thinking for them. But, a revolution is brewing. There’s NO way majority of us are going to allow this kind of irreversible damage be done to our country without a fight.

    And as for the health care; the “anger” isn’t directed at the right source. It’s not our system overall, because we have some of the best, well trained, best educated doctors and specialists in the entire world. There’s a reason for that. Private insurance companies? Yes. We should work on THAT. But not right now. Our economy; once it completely tanks, means we’re going to be living like they did in the Great Depression. Though it’ll be a “modern” version, it’s not going to be pretty and it’s not going to be easy.

    Where are we going… and why are we in this great big handbasket?

  4. December 21, 2009 6:57 am

    Moron? How about the biggest goof ball to ever walk the planet.. I am looking for the clip of when he walked up to Bush in teh debates and stood in his face like he was a tough guy.. I have to post that… I don’t know how anyone takes him seriously…

  5. December 24, 2009 4:42 am

    Why is everyone so STUPID!

    First of all, Global Warming EXISTS!

    Do I have to remind you that Sarah Palin doesn’t even know the continents in the world? She even admitted it! How can a VP help run a country without being able to know where Europe is! Bwa ha ha ha ha

    Fuckin’ Republicans

    Fuckin’ Blog

    I hate idiots!

    • December 24, 2009 12:53 pm

      I have no answer as to why everyone is so stupid.
      Global warming does not exist. However; Seasons do.
      Pollution? That exists, too. Global warming? Not so much.
      You don’t have to make anything up about Sarah Palin. You can if you want to, but it only makes you look like a dud.
      Fuckin’ liberals.
      Rockin’ blog.
      I hate idiots, also.

    • December 24, 2009 3:37 pm

      Hey huff,

      B. Hussein visited 57 states. I thought there were 50.

      He has 1 that he has not visited, Alaska and Hawaii. I thought they were 2 different states.

      That would mean we have either 58 or 59 states, but if they are one then there are now only 49 states and not 50. How many states do we have and do we have a state that B. Hussein thinks is Alawaii?

      If elected would we have to replace all of the current school books with new geography and history books? Would math be eliminated as a subject as we now know it and replaced with Obamath. Would English be replaced with ebonics?

      How can a president run a country when he doesn’t know how many states there are? Well, he is running one, running it into the ground. He needs to be gone.

      Bob A.

      • December 24, 2009 3:45 pm

        lol. These libtards don’t care WHAT BHussein does — or what he says. All they care about is his ego. At least he has something in common with his mindless supporters. Seriously. Is it going to take another Great Depression to wake these morons up?

        I imagine it’s the extra seven states that nobody knows about that got him elected. o_o Let’s ask ACORN.

        English replacing Ebonics?! They tried that in the ’90s, didn’t they? Ebonics is the most idiotic thing I’ve ever HEARD of, and people actually SPEAK that way.

        Ebonics be replacin’ English. Dat shiz is on the real, yo. I be visitin’ fiddysebben statez an da ice be meltin’ offa da arctic. If you don believe in global warmin’ you be ignit. An’ you bes’ lay offa da prez cuz he made a vocal malfunction. Fiddysebben statez they be. Whatevz Barack be sayzin’ be tru no matta wut. Factz is irrelevant an’ you best recognize. I gotsta go be cashin’ mah welfare check an’ get mah food stampz. Uh… shizzle.

        Oh my God. Huff appears to have been… Huffing some fumes.

  6. December 24, 2009 4:50 am

    Oh, and Obama is doing a great job with the economy. My only criticism is that he is doing something that he read in a book by Abe Lincoln, regarding including the Republicans and being kind to them .

    Don’t worry idiots, Obama WILL figure out his only flaw–the fact that Republicans are brainless idiots.

    F the republicans

    F these jokers

    F the fact that Global Warming isn’t man made

    It is! The reasons?

    1. The rainforests are being cut down at an alarming rate, which increases Green House Gasses and our biggest source of breathing air!

    2. Why is the arctic ice melting? Huh? Answer that!

    3. We created a “man made” vehicle. Its called the CAR!

    4. Dare to email me at to hear more answers from stupid people.

    5. Visit

    6. idiots….

    • December 24, 2009 1:02 pm

      Obama is doing a lousy job with the economy. I don’t know what rock YOU live under, but if you open your eyes and look around, you’ll see. You have an incredibly warped sense of reality.

      Obama won’t figure out anything. Just check out his approval numbers. I guess his ratings are high among the idiots and the teenagers, but grownups with responsibilities? Nope.

      F liberals.
      F those jokers.
      I agree, global warming is not man made; and is the biggest hoax next to Barack Obama himself.

      1. Your argument is faulty. Rain forests are not being cut down at alarming rates. Also, consider this: Trees are a renewable resource. Also consider this: CO2, which has recently been deemed a “dangerous greenhouse gas” is natural and COMES from exhalation. Yes, from us breathing air.

      2. The Arctic ice is currently at the SAME levels as 1979. Can you explain that?

      3. Very good. A car is man made. There is hope for you yet.

      4. No. I have better things to do than e-mail simple minded fools with nothing better to do with their time than troll.

      5. No. Visit your local library and educate yourself.


      Nice try, kiddo

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