Wednesday, October 21, 2009

[Maldives population doesn't seem to buy into Al Gore Warming]  | Grist
[Member of parliament] Ismail said Nasheed’s underwater cabinet meeting had little impact locally in a country whose 300,000 Sunni Muslim population was more preoccupied with immediate bread and butter issues.

“I think this is a good action as far as publicity is concerned. Not locally, but internationally,” Ismail said.
Washington Times - Democrats' hidden gas tax
Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison and Sen. Christopher S. Bond

There's something the Democratic lawmakers who are pushing cap-and-trade legislation don't want the public to know. The controversial climate-change legislation winding its way through Congress will impose a massive new national gas tax on the American people. We discovered this by analyzing what the Waxman-Markey cap-and-trade bill would do to gas prices and what Americans spend on gasoline, diesel and jet fuels. We found that cap-and-trade legislation will levy a $3.6 trillion gas-tax increase that will impact every American and important segments of our economy.
[Global warming fraud promoter Suzanne Goldenberg suggests that Kerry's "climate swindle for national security" argument is winning over voters] |
Daryl Metcalfe, a state representative in Pennsylvania, who like Limbaugh has a history of attacking gays, Muslims and others, reached his own personal low this week when he called a veterans' group "traitors" for supporting a climate change bill.

The connection is important. The White House and Democratic leaders in the Senate over the last few weeks have been finding traction among voters with the argument that dependence on fossil fuel poses a national security threat.

1 comment:

alanstorm said...

"dependence on fossil fuel poses a national security threat."

No, dependence on imported fossil fuels is a national security threat. It is left as an exercise to the student to draw the proper conclusion.