Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Algore in Chicago to Discuss Globwarm with Obama, Brings Cold Weather With Him

Wherever Al Gore travels to discuss mythical global warming, cold weather follows. This of course, is known as The Gore Effect. Granted, it's December in Chicago, but at this time, it's currently 36 degrees. By this time tomorrow, it'll be 20 degrees.

Anyway, the babbling blowhard and Barack Obama will be discussing Big Al's discredited crackpot theories in the Windy City.
President-elect Barack Obama will huddle with former Vice-President Al Gore in Chicago today to discuss global warming and the economy.

Meeting at Obama's transition offices along with Vice President-elect Joe Biden, they will "discuss energy and climate and how policies in this area can stimulate the economy and create jobs," said a spokesman for Obama.

The get-together is not about Gore taking any position in the new administration, aides said.

Obama already has signaled that he will postpone some tax increases because of the terrible economy, and there is wide speculation that he may also back off on some of his goals for stricter environmental controls that could slow any recovery.
Which will no doubt lead to more whining from far-left bloggers.

Speaking of globwarm, are you ready for climate lawsuits?
People affected by worsening storms, heatwaves and floods could soon be able to sue the oil and power companies they blame for global warming, a leading climate expert has said.

Myles Allen, a physicist at Oxford University, said a breakthrough that allows scientists to judge the role man-made climate change played in extreme weather events could see a rush to the courts over the next decade.

He said: "We are starting to get to the point that when an adverse weather event occurs we can quantify how much more likely it was made by human activity. And people adversely affected by climate change today are in a position to document and quantify their losses. This is going to be hugely important."
Of course, all that will do is put these companies out of business. Then where will people get oil to heat their homes and power their automobiles? Will they sue someone else?

This is just ridiculous.

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