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A Pleasant Thought...Not...But Maybe

A climate scientist has predicted that global climate change is going to wipe out about 90% of life on this planet by the end of this century. That’s just 94 years from now.

So if you are trying to teach your children to save....don't bother. They are goners.

Such an unpleasant thought. I thought these would end now that the dems are in control of congress, but with Blue State Syndrome, you must realize that there must be something wrong somewhere.

A few years ago I visited the national aquarium in Baltimore, MD. At each and every exhibit there was this remarkable undercurrent of 'it is all humanity's fault'. Towards the end of the tour I swear I thought they would offer you a knife to slit your wrist and then allow you to swim with the sharks!

This is what the global warming crowd reminds me of.  Do you realize that every time we BREATHE we emit carbon dioxide gas?  I guess the ultimate solution, then, is to eliminate the humans....

I also find it very interesting that the same folks who cannot tell me what the weather is going to be 10 days from now, have no problems ringing the bell and screaming from the top of their lungs, that the end is near!  

Climate does change. It happens. The fact is our knowledge is incomplete. The global warming crowd uses big words like "positive feedback systems" and "global models", but back in June they were predicting this year's hurricane activity would utterly devastate the east coast of the United States! Wrong. Wrong.Wrong.

Blue State Syndrome. It’s bad for you. It’s bad for your family.

As always, I am....YourGraciousHost

A Letter From Iran, or Was That the New York Times Editorial Page?

It looks as if the President of Iran reads the New York Times daily.

I mean, if this post was not about Iran, wouldn't you think this came from some limp wristed liberal on the New York Times editorial page?

"Now that Iraq has a constitution and an independent assembly and government, would it not be more beneficial to bring the US officers and soldiers home, and to spend the astronomical US military expenditures in Iraq for the welfare and prosperity of the American people? As you know very well, many victims of Katrina continue to suffer, and countless Americans continue to live in poverty and homelessness."