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Tuesday, January 30, 2007

So? MANY scientists are skeptical of the global warming hype. They are the ones who are being intimidated. Scientists who decline to jump on the global warming wagon have been attacked, ostracized, and threatened by those who think differently.

The Left does not tolerate any dissent from their point of views.
Follow the money. Global Warming is a HUGE moneybucket for scientists that rely on grants and they arent about to give that up.

The majority of special interest groups that tout GWarming are anti-capitalist libtards intent on bringing the evil corporations down. That is their sole motivation.

John Kerry recently stated in Switzerland that the world is worse off because 'this president' walked away from Kyoto.
But dig a little deeper and you will find that Kerry himself voted against Kyoto.

"When we walk away from global warming, Kyoto, when we are irresponsibly slow in moving toward AIDS in Africa, when we don't advance and live up to our own rhetoric and standards, we set a terrible message of duplicity and hypocrisy," Kerry said.

The Byrd-Hagel Resolution in 1997 made it clear that the US would not allow itself to be bound by the treaty as long as it exempted India, China, and other developing nations. That's the same position as the Bush Administration has taken -- and the same position that John Kerry himself took in 1997 when he voted in favor of the Byrd-Hagel Resolution.

That's yet another example of the hypocrisy of John Kerry -- but there's more.

He took the time to scold the Bush administration for its lack of effort on AIDS and other diseases in Africa. However, Bush has already spent more on these issues than the last Democratic administration did in eight years. Humanitarian aid to Africa comprised $1.4 billion a year at the end of the Clinton administration, but Bush has tripled that to $4 billion per year -- and wants to more than double it over the next two years.

Knoxviews



No shortage of hypocrisy from the Left.

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