Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Rick Perry: Finally A Politician With The Huevos To Deny The Myth Of Man-Caused Global Warming

Whatever else there is about the current Governor of Texas, at least he has the brains to recognize that  man-caused global warming, anthropogenic global warming, man-caused climate change, or whatever else anyone wants to call it, is a fraud.  Based on this fact alone, he is worth listening to.  I say the gauntlet has been dropped.  Let the battle begin between the liberal elite who want to control every aspect of our lives while living off government handouts versus those who believe in common sense, logic, sound science, responsible fiscal policy and the real American spirit.  We can get America back on track, headed in the right direction.  The Al Gores of the world are hopefully on the way out, just a sad footnote in American history.

Perry rejects global warming, debt-ceiling compromise

Posted: 17 Aug 2011 09:59 AM PDT

Rick Perry continues his campaigning in New Hampshire today, where Mitt Romney is expected to perform strongly in the first primary of the nomination process (Iowa is a caucus, of course). The Texas governor and new frontrunner — at least in one poll — campaigned strongly to the right, rejecting both the notion of anthropogenic global warming and the debt-ceiling compromise approved by Congress earlier this month:

Rick Perry says he does not believe in global warming. The newest Republican presidential candidate also says he would not have signed the debt-ceiling compromise brokered by Republicans and Democrats. …


Anonymous said...

So Pete's place values huevos. What about brains. Clearly none around here.

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