Obama Believes Global Warming Fairy Tale
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Having surprised many with his pragmatic choices for his Cabinet and other administration posts, Barack Obama suddenly veered off course and showed his teapot side.
In a video to be shown at a U.N. conference called to revive the discredited Kyoto Treaty approach, Teapot Barry declared that the science behind global warming "is beyond dispute and the facts are clear."
He went on to claim that "sea levels are rising, coastlines are shrinking, we've seen record drought spreading famine, and storms are growing stronger with each passing season."
Only a teapot can believe that the science behind the global warming hoax is "beyond dispute." Thousands of scientists disagree.
As Christopher Booker wrote in Britain's Telegraph on Nov. 28, "Far from the science being 'beyond dispute,' we can only deduce from this that Mr. Obama has believed all he was told by Al Gore's wondrously batty film 'An Inconvenient Truth' without bothering to check the facts.
“Each of these four statements is so wildly at odds with the truth that on this score alone we should be seriously worried."
Nothing short of economic suicide for the U.S.
So where do all his pseudo-scientific misconceptions lead Teapot Barry? What is his solution to a problem that does not exist? Nothing short of economic suicide for the U.S.
Booker writes that Obama plans to introduce a "federal cap and trade system," a massive "carbon tax" designed to reduce America's CO2 emissions to their 1990 levels by 2020 and reduce them an additional 80 percent by 2050. Such a target could only be achieved by closing down a large part of the US economy.
A new age of superstition,
Booker concludes, "For 300 years science helped to turn Western civilization into the richest and most comfortable the world has ever seen. Now it seems we have suddenly been plunged into a new age of superstition, where scientific evidence no longer counts for anything.
Listen carefully and you might hear Teapot Barry singing that old
ditty "I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle, here is
my spout. When I get all steamed up, hear me shout . . ." global warming
is what it's all about.
Phil Brennan is a veteran investigative journalist who wrote for National Review as Cato in the 1960s and served as a staff aide in Congress and in the United States Marine Corps in World War II. He authored a book on the Shroud of Turin as well as several other works with the late Ralph de Toledano. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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