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Tuesday, January 22, 2008

The eyeroll of the hurricane

Now the Chickens Little are saying the decline in hurricanes is because of global warming. Tada!

The global warming crowd is really getting Clintonian.

For years they have seized on every natural disaster as “proof” that man’s sin of materialism is causing an angry god to condemn us all to the fires of hell. Repent. Give up they SUV and don the sackcloth for these carbon-offset ashes.

Hurricane Katrina was hailed as a sign of the impending doom.

Then the hurricanes stopped.

I can't add anything to Mr. Don's post. It is well written as usual (hence why he is the professional and I'm not). Continue reading here as Don Surber once again exposes the hypocrisy of the global warming alarmists.

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