Meg n Jerry buy into global-warming hoax

John Seiler:

The evidence keeps piling up against the global-warming hoax, the biggest scientific fraud in history. It makes Piltdown Man look like a theorem in Newton’s Principia.

Yet our next governor believes it.  Both candidates support AB 32, although Meg wants to delay it a year. Its official title is the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006. It’s all about how California, but 2% of the global economy, is supposed to lead the universe in fighting non-existent global warming by ramping-down our economy, while ramping up alternative energy sources.

But it’s a fraud — because global warming itself is a fraud.

Jerry Brown, living up to his Gov. Moonbeam reputation, is obsessed with global warming. In the final debate, he was blabbing about the how alternative energy production is supposed to propel California’s economy into prosperity beyond the dreams of avarice. Yet all alternative fuels are but a fraction of current energy production, and will remain so for decades.

Meg Whitman also accepts AB 32 and its premise of trying to prevent a global-warming armageddon. Her one-year delay would be worthless.

AB 32, of course, was foisted on us in 2006 by Soviet Democrats and Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who lives in the fantasy world of one of his movies.

Like Der Arnold, both Meg n Jerry oppose Prop. 23, which would delay AB 32 until unemployment, currently 12.4%, drops to 5.5% for a year.

By accepting the global-warming hoax, both Meg n Jerry disqualify themselves from being serious gubernatorial candidates. But because American, and Californian, democracy is broken, we’re stuck with one of them for another four years.

Oct. 14, 2010

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  1. EastBayLarry
    EastBayLarry 15 October, 2010, 05:49

    Yes, our next governor is ‘flawed’ by believing in the global warming hoax. Tell me how anybody not living in a cave cannot be aware of the falsity of the global warming claims?

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  2. Eric in Santa Rosa
    Eric in Santa Rosa 18 October, 2010, 22:24

    A two-word rebuttal to Meg ‘N Jerry: Chelene Nightingale!

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