Osama bin Laden has finally endorsed the Democrats Agenda on Global Warming. Rumor has it that Obama is thrilled that the Islamic Terror leader and him have more in common then their hatred of America.
The al Qaida chief and man behind 9/11 is now chastising the industrialized nations of the world for being poor stewards of the land.
“Speaking about climate change is not a matter of intellectual luxury — the phenomenon is an actual fact,” he allegedly said in a the tape the al-Jazeera television network (the tape has not been authenticated). “All of the industrialized countries, especially the big ones, bear responsibility for the global warming crisis.”
In fact, he gets all green in the tape, his first attack on CO2 emmissions.
“George Bush Junior, preceded by Congress, dismissed the agreement to placate giant corporations. And they are themselves standing behind speculation, monopoly and soaring living costs.
“They are also behind ‘globalisation and its tragic implications’. And whenever the perpetrators are found guilty, the heads of state rush to rescue them using public money.”
So, now he’s against corporate greed, as well, apparently. Clearly, he sees terrorist attacks on everyday folks as a way to help lower their living costs. And, well, I think we were all awaiting his take on market speculation.
Contrary to what Al Gore and his Global Warming Cow Fart Orchestra are saying, it’s cold as hell out and I’m freezing my Matza Balls off. Twice I was outside to clean my driveway and sidewalk of all the snow.
Here’s a little something, something to warm the cockles of your hearts and to help your girded loins.
Big snow flakes fell early Friday evening, turning Downtown Boise into a giant snow globe for people on their way home from work. The snow caught many people off guard, including this bicyclist heading down Idaho Street between 8th and 9th around 5:45 p.m. Across the Treasure Valley, tree branches heavy with wet, snow-covered leaves fell on power lines, causing scattered power outages. This is the earliest measurable snowfall in Boise since recordkeeping began in 1898, according to the National Weather Service. At 10 p.m., the Weather Service said 1.7 inches of snow had fallen. The previous earliest recorded snowfall was Oct. 12, 1969, when a little more than an inch fell. And if the snow wasn’t enough, meteorologists say winds across southwestern Idaho will average 25 to 40 mph through Saturday afternoon, with gusts up to 55 mph. Sustained winds of 30 to 40 mph are expected, which can make driving difficult.
I’ll bet the people of Boise would love to plant their “Carbon Foot Print” up Al Gore’s ass right about now.
It appears that the only time the planet’s temps rise is when Global Windbag Al Gore is shooting off his big fat mouth about Global Warming. In the meantime, residents in Fairbanks, Alaska are curious about this so called warming effect now that they are experiencing unseasonably COLD weather.
…UNSEASONABLY COLD WEATHER CONTINUES AT FAIRBANKS…
THE HIGH TEMPERATURE YESTERDAY AT THE FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT WAS 31 DEGREES. THIS WAS THE FIRST TIME THIS FALL THAT THE
HIGH TEMPERATURE FAILED TO REACH THE FREEZING MARK. ON AVERAGE THE
DATE OF THE FIRST DAY WITH A HIGH TEMPERATURE BELOW FREEZING IS
OCTOBER 11TH. SO FAR THIS MONTH THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF 38
DEGREES WAS OBSERVED ON THE 2ND.
THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE SO FAR THIS MONTH OF 27.1 DEGREES IS 8.2
DEGREES BELOW THE 30-YEAR AVERAGE. IT HAS BEEN THE COLDEST FIRST 5
DAYS OF THE MONTH OF OCTOBER SINCE 1992.
So far this snow season (through March 12) Green Bay has received 80.3 inches of snow. This is the first time in Green Bay’s modern-day weather history that more than 80 inches of snow has been measured (117 years of snowfall data). Normal seasonal snowfall is 53.1 inches, the National Weather Service in Ashwaubenon reported.
In the 24-hour period ending 6 a.m. today, 1.1 inches of snow had been received in the Green Bay area.
Rain/snow, then clearing with high near 43 today
Today: A chance of rain and snow showers before 7 a.m., then a chance of drizzle and flurries between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. Cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly sunny, with a high near 43. South wind 7 to 15 mph becoming west. Winds could gust as high as 21 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30 percent.
The average temperature across both the contiguous U.S. and the globe during climatological winter (December 2007-February 2008) was the coolest since 2001, according to scientists at NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, N.C. In terms of winter precipitation, Pacific storms, bringing heavy precipitation to large parts of the West, produced high snowpack that will provide welcome runoff this spring.
Sooner or later when all the evidence proves how wrong and how truly Greedy Al Gore really was and how he tried to profit from his overhyped weather predictions, do you think he will collapse under the preassure and fall on his sword? Nope, Democrats like him never admit wrongdoing or guilt.
A winter carnival in New Hampshire has been canceled simply because it’s too cold and there is too much winter.
From WCAX & The Associated With Terrorists Press (AP):
GILFORD, N.H. (AP) – Much of this week’s winter carnival in Gilford has been canceled, due to too much winter.
Parks and Recreation Director Herb Greene notes that the cancellation of 2 events was due to poor road conditions and snow-filled parking lots.
Of the three events originally scheduled for Wednesday, the Cardboard Box Sled Derby has been rescheduled to Friday morning.
Yet still, Al Gore and his army of Chicken Little’s are still running around screaming “The sky is falling, the sky is falling!”
Here in the Great Lake State of Michigan, despite the calls of Global Warming from the Weather Messiah Al Gore, it has been a virtual winter wonderland. Thanks to the lack of global warming, I have used 2 gallons of gasoline for my snow blower instead of the usual half gallon. We here in Michigan would welcome Global Warming with open arms and sore backs from all of the snow shoveling this winter.