You Might Think They Are Stupid Or Something | Real Science
25 years ago this week Hansen opened up the window at the capitol building, so that he could get all hot and sweaty as evidence of global warming.The Sudden Rise Of Coal’s Power | Real Science
This week, Obama gave an outdoor speech at 2 pm at Georgetown U, so that he could get all hot and sweaty as evidence of global warming.
1930 had 11 days over 100 degrees in DC
After 200 years of coal usage, and a few months of non-stop Obama scandals dominating the headlines, suddenly US coal usage became the critical issue for planetary survival.Shock News : A Governor With A Brain And A Conscience | Real Science
Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) vetoed legislation on Monday which would have authorized a long-term study to prepare the state’s communities and businesses for the effects of climate change.N. Dak Congressman rips Obama climate plan | JunkScience.com
As mayor of Waterville, Maine in 2010, LePage said in a radio interview, “I don’t know if global warming is a myth or not, but I will say this: I do not believe in the Al Gore science.” The Maine Public Broadcasting Network reported the gubernatorial candidate also said, “We just need to fight back” against “the scams.”
The harshest language against the president’s plan, announced Tuesday, came from Congressman Kevin Cramer, R-N.D.
“President Obama is making good on his 2008 promise to bankrupt anyone who wants to build a new coal plant, but now he wants to bankrupt everyone who ever built one. This announcement compounds the vast regulatory nightmare already confronting domestic energy development and removes any doubt the president is determined to dismantle an industry providing jobs and energy for our nation,” Cramer said in a prepared statement.
“All seven power plants generating electricity from coal in North Dakota are in peril under this measure,” he added. “I will not stand by while President Obama further destroys the American economy to appease his Hollywood environmentalist supporters, and will use every avenue available in Congress to stop these disastrous regulations from being implemented.”