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Friday, December 18, 2009

John Kerry's Foolish Contentions

I happened to see a clip of John Kerry being interviewed in Copenhagen just after I rose yesterday morning.

Suffice to say, that sort of experience can put you off your entire day.

It's difficult to overstate the pointlessness of Kerry's officiousness. As a failed presidential candidate, he has zero credibility on many issues. That morning, he was, of course, pushing climate change legislation.

Whatever that ultimately means.

In the wake of the East Anglian email scandal, it takes an especially dense, myopic, shall I say stupid person to claim, as Kerry did, that the science behind this farce is solid, and believable.

As did his fellow Democratic greenie, Al Gore, Kerry likened anyone who doesn't agree with him to also believing the earth is flat.

How can these guys simply ignore the leaked emails between the major global warming proponents in the earth sciences which displayed their hiding of inconvenient evidence that doesn't make their case, stonewalling of opposing views, and outright lies?

I'd say the 'flat earthers' are those Senators, and others, who, knowing of the contents of the East Anglian emails, don't stop to thoroughly review and revisit each and every piece of so-called published evidence ever provided by those arguing for these cumbersome, economy-wrecking carbon- and greenhouse gas-related government initiatives.

Thank God that this administration and cannot simply commit to ill-considered proposals from or at Copenhagen.

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