Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up, Feb. 4th 2010

Big Green gets an endorsement from global terrorists, Al Gore pretends Bill Gates is his friend and ripples from Climategate continue to harsh  hippie mellows.  All this, a beach hottie and 10% more snark in your weekly round-up.

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

Here’s a simple question.  How can you tell that Al Gore’s schedule isn’t as crowded as it was?  Answer: Al posts on his blog 10 times in a week, that’s how.  Let’s see what the profiteer prophet had on his mind:

He don’t like Sen. Murkowski one little bit, and he thinks that the noughties were the warmest years evah.  He still reads the New York Times (so that’s who it is!) and likes it when they write fawning editorials on global warming.  He quotes Bill Gates, but only where it suits him (more on that later), and goes on to  find the one poll that suggests his AGW hoax isn’t deader than the average Ted Kennedy date.

You’ll be happy to know that Al found time to attend the launch of the new iTampon, or whatever its called, but unfortunately for Mother Earth, Al took a plane.  Why, oh why can’t he take the bus?

Have savings?  Not if Al has any say in it you won’t.  He’d like them invested in Green things.  Preferably green things controlled by Al Gore, natch.

The Goreacle’s oddest blog post became the subject of one of my own posts, in which readers waded in with woeful tales of lives destroyed by global warming.  Feel free to add your own to the list, there might even be a prize for the best entry.  Or not.

Conspiracy?  Al Gore, Al Jazeera and Al Qaeda, united in greenity?  Tell me that’s not fishy.  Al Gore’s self-detonating AGW hoax received some much needed support in a brand new live-from-the-cave special from Osama Bin-Laden himself.  Osama’s wars have gone about as well as Al’s recent battles, so he’s figured out it’s time to encourage the great Satan to self-immolate.  Good luck with that, you evil hippie-bearded goat f-f-fancier.

Part Two: AGW Scaremongers

The Securities and Exchange Commission has decided that corporations must provide details to investors of the business risks of climate change.  I wouldn’t worry too much, if the SEC is as competent at monitoring global warming as they are Madoff, Enron, Lehman et al, this initiative can be filed under idiotarian greenwashing.

KalliVornya might be bankrupt, but the valiant state lawmakers can still reach out and make a difference.  So, take that, evil Free Parking.  wait, what?

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