Friday, March 23, 2007

Gore's Outrageous, Irresponsible Statements

After considering all of the evidence against man-caused global warming and climate change, especially attributing it to "carbon dioxide emissions, think hard about the ridiculousness of Al Gore's statements made before Congress. And this coming from the man who wants to become King.......er.......President?
Peter



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By Eric Lee, Paramount Classics
Former vice president Al Gore talks about global warming in An Inconvenient Truth. Gore will address two House committees Wednesday.
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By Kathy Kiely, USA TODAY
WASHINGTON — In the 24 years Al Gore served on Capitol Hill and in the White House, he seldom, if ever, drew the kind of attention he is getting for his triumphant return appearance Wednesday.
Global warming is "a crisis that is by far the most serious we've faced," the former vice president told Congress this morning, calling on representatives to put aside partisan differences and address "a true planetary emergency."
ADVOCATE: Gore urges Congress to act on climate change
"There is a sense of hope in this country that this United States Congress will rise to the occasion and present meaningful solutions to this crisis," Gore said in testimony this morning before a joint hearing by two House committees.

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2 comments:

my2cents said...

Gore won't admit there's any evidence that goes against his man-made global warming crusade. Maybe because that might reveal him as a false prophet.. a wolf in sheep's clothing. So he talks of a planetary emergency requiring immediate action.. claiming 'we do not have time to play around with this'.

I hope the members of Congress act responsibly and make the time to investigate the truth instead of rushing into making the 'dramatic changes' Gore is urging.

Peter said...

Not many people in Congress are willing to "swim against the tide". The tide being public opinion. That is how they get elected and stay in office. I'm afraid that current public opinion is so in favor of "doing something" about all of the "extreme weather" that they're even listening to Al Gore. Do you have any idea how we can change that?