Obama – Texas Is On Fire Becuase Perry Is A Climate Change Denier
Obama is toast in 2012 even the Democrats are starting to think Obama, to use his own words to describe Gordon Brown’s regime in Britain, has the “smell of death” about him.
There is little that Obama can use as his record of success as President, jobs, the economy, climate religion all have been monumental failures, like Brown, Obama’s only option is to attack.
As Obama slips ever further in his presidential approval ratings so Obama’s attacks on Perry are becoming wilder, so wild that in fact the Obama’s total ignorance of science is becoming embarrassing for him and the Democrats:
Obama called Texas Governor Rick Perry “a governor whose state is on fire, denying climate change.”
While Obama attempted to paint a potential rival, Perry, as a science-denying yokel from the Texas hill country, it turns out it was the smooth-talking, Harvard-educated president who had blown his science and committed what should be considered a major gaffe. To suggest global warming caused the Texas drought which in turn caused the wildfires is about as sensible as Pat Robertson claiming Hurricane Katrina was God’s punishment for America’s abortion policy.
That Obama has a somewhat casual regard for the truth has been noted by enemies and friends alike. But he undercuts his own stance as leading the party of science when he says things like he did last weekend.
For Obama the junk science of Anthropogenic Global Warming has been settled since 2009, every weather event, natural catastrophe is always caused by
Global Warming Climate Change Climate Disruption, just like Obama’s idea that science is ever settled, Obama is wrong.
For nearly 120 years, since we’ve kept any kind of reliable records, La Nina has visited us 20 times, 19 of those resulting in below normal precipitation, according to Dr. Robert Hoerling, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration research meteorologist, who served as the lead author of the U.S. Climate Change Science Plan Synthesis and Assessment Report.
The good news, Hoerling says, is that this isn’t global warming. “This is not the new normal in terms of drought. Texas knows drought. Texas has been toughened on the anvil of droughts that have come and gone. This is not a climate change drought. What we do anticipate from climate change is a situation where temperatures progressively increase.”
So far 1500 homes have burnt down since the Texas fires started and the only support Obama can offer those of his people who suffered so much loss, is that their Governor is “a climate change denier”.
Posted on September 27, 2011, in Anthropogenic Global Warming, Barack Obama, Church Of Climatology, Climategate, COP17, Fear, Green Environmental Holocaust, Green Lies, Junk Science, ManBearPig, Oh FFS, US Politics and tagged Anthropogenic Global Warming, Barack Hussein Obama, Rick Perry, Texas. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.