27 Jan 09 - Al Gore is scheduled to testify before the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee tomorrow morning about the 'urgent need' to
combat global warming.
But Mother Nature may be planning an icy reception.
The nation’s capitol is under a
winter storm watch with the
possibility of significant accumulations of snow, sleet, or ice.
Global warming advocates have suggested this year's wild winter spells
are proof of climate change.
Cold is hot and snow is - what? - white Hawaiian sand?
How long before we begin
to understand that we're being lied to?
Thanks to Benjamin Napier, Marc Morano, Charlie Carnes and Brad Walton for this link.
Note: The “Gore Effect” has a long and storied history. What follows is
a sampling of how Mother Nature enjoys mocking global warming fear
First October snow since 1922 blankets
London as global warming bill debated – October 2008
Global Warming Vote on Snowy Day in
Washington - Senate committee debates expensive climate change bill snow
blanket D.C. – December 2007
House hearing on ‘warming of the planet'
canceled after snow/ice storm – February 2007
Not again! DC 'Snow Advisory' Issued on
Day of Congressional Global Warming Hearing – March 2007
Gore decries 'global warming' in
bitterly cold NYC – December 2006
Gore delivers environmental message at
Harvard - ...with near 125-year record breaking low temps – October 2008
Global warming activists urged to focus
on Earth Day rallies and ignore snow as it 'piles up outside our
windows' – April 17, 2007
No Joke! Cyclists 'braved freezing cold
temps' to promote global warming awareness in New York - October 22,
Global warming protest in Maryland
frosted with snow – January 2008
Global warming rally in the snow – April
Snow won't dampen global-warming rallies
– April 2007
Brrr. - Obama to global warming
demonstrators: 'This is probably not the weather to hold up those
signs...it's a little chilly today' - October 28, 2008
Global Warming Awareness Walk Braves
Snow Storm – March 2007
The Gore Effect, Cont. - Gore speaks in
Italy during 'rare' cold and snow
Tracking 'The Gore Effect’ – Politico
November 26,6, 2008
Climate protest cancelled 'due to rain
and cold' – Nov. 23, 2008