‘Global cooling’ could postpone Super Bowl

California keeps imposing AB 32, the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006. It slams businesses, and jobs, with mandatory reductions in “greenhouse gases.”

Meanwhile, here’s what’s really going on, from the Daily Mail:

America is set for the coldest month of the century as weather forecasters predict yet another freezing blast of Arctic air – putting Super Bowl Sunday in jeopardy.

Teams have been warned to stay on high alert for changes to the scheduling of the first Super Bowl to be played in an open-air stadium.

Temperatures have already hit record lows, at times making parts of the U.S. colder than the North Pole, and are expected to plunge in the coming days.

Disneyland’s fantasies pale in comparison to those of Gov. Jerry Brown, ex-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Democratic supermajority in the California Legislature and radical environmentalists concerning non-existent “warming.”

I hope the Super Bowl is played as scheduled. But it would be ironic if New York/New Jersey, with a concentration of global “warming” enthusiasts almost as thick as those in California, were the location of the first snowed-out Super Bowl.

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