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6 hours ago, MAD597 said:

Big Oil and Industry is obviously at the root of this anti science movement. We also saw similar things going on with the Tobacco industry until the science was to much for their money to over come. Eventually the same thing will happen to the deniers.

How people can claim scientists are out to make a buck on the Global warming issue but somehow Big Oil is innocent in all of this is ridiculous. Most GOP pushed issues tend to boil down to what industry is giving them the most money to push things in their favor.

 

So the fossil fuel industry is giving people cheap energy to make their lives so much better and that is run by the GOP.  But, you think that across the aisle the dems are pushing expensive energy where the technology is not ready for the masses it needs to supply energy to, and it is only affordable to the top percentile.  Okay, that makes a lot of sense.  

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4 hours ago, WhenFalconsWin said:

So the fossil fuel industry is giving people cheap energy to make their lives so much better and that is run by the GOP.  But, you think that across the aisle the dems are pushing expensive energy where the technology is not ready for the masses it needs to supply energy to, and it is only affordable to the top percentile.  Okay, that makes a lot of sense.  

Of course that's not the plan. Give the Dems some credit. The plan is to let the prices of oil and gas go up, making the more expensive solutions look competitively priced. Then after the poor can't afford those solutions, they will push a new program to get the poor even more dependent, maybe calling it a gas Exhange where the Fed can subsidize their costs. Gas stamps has a better ring to it. The middle class will not qualify for this subsidy, so their standard of living will continue to diminish due to their expenses going up. The poor will see a disincentive to work, since they wouldn't qualify for these programs that are meant to keep them in poverty. The middle class will struggle even more trying to develop any sort of retirement, cushion, or upward mobility. And vacations they rarely take anymore will double in cost for travel.

Honestly, would you want to work 40-50 hours per week for $50k per year if you had to pay $1500/month for health insurance, $400/month in gas, $800/month for food, on top of rent and utilities, not to mention taxes? Or work cash only jobs without taxes so the government would subsidize all the other crap? 

It's ok though, because the Fed will swoop in and save the day like they always do...

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45 minutes ago, pzummo said:

Of course that's not the plan. Give the Dems some credit. The plan is to let the prices of oil and gas go up, making the more expensive solutions look competitively priced. Then after the poor can't afford those solutions, they will push a new program to get the poor even more dependent, maybe calling it a gas Exhange where the Fed can subsidize their costs. Gas stamps has a better ring to it. The middle class will not qualify for this subsidy, so their standard of living will continue to diminish due to their expenses going up. The poor will see a disincentive to work, since they wouldn't qualify for these programs that are meant to keep them in poverty. The middle class will struggle even more trying to develop any sort of retirement, cushion, or upward mobility. And vacations they rarely take anymore will double in cost for travel.

Honestly, would you want to work 40-50 hours per week for $50k per year if you had to pay $1500/month for health insurance, $400/month in gas, $800/month for food, on top of rent and utilities, not to mention taxes? Or work cash only jobs without taxes so the government would subsidize all the other crap? 

It's ok though, because the Fed will swoop in and save the day like they always do...

They create the problems then tell the people they have the solution to fix it.  Problem is we still have some lemmings that believe them.  

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Don't forget electric prices have necessarily skyrocketed which  is a hidden tax that disproportionately harms the poor, harms the inner city children, harms single mothers trying their best to get by, harms the children who's parent has to choose between electric  ,  food or clothes for her children.

Obama promised his policy of putting the middle class mining communities out of work ( Hillary also supports putting coal mining families and communities out of work) by making coal unaffordable with no realistic safely net to help these families now suffering unimaginably try to make ends meet.

Yep, the progressives sure do care about the poor and children of the poor. Celebrate taking thier livelihoods away in back door closed meetings with other affluent environmentalists who's families won't suffer from these destructive life and entire community ruining  policies.

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1 hour ago, gazoo said:

Don't forget electric prices have necessarily skyrocketed which  is a hidden tax that disproportionately harms the poor, harms the inner city children, harms single mothers trying their best to get by, harms the children who's parent has to choose between electric  ,  food or clothes for her children.

Obama promised his policy of putting the middle class mining communities out of work ( Hillary also supports putting coal mining families and communities out of work) by making coal unaffordable with no realistic safely net to help these families now suffering unimaginably try to make ends meet.

Yep, the progressives sure do care about the poor and children of the poor. Celebrate taking thier livelihoods away in back door closed meetings with other affluent environmentalists who's families won't suffer from these destructive life ruining  policies.

Good luck for Hillary winning in coal country this November...

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Season Approaches: U.S. Hits Record 127 Months Since Major Hurricane Strike

By Barbara Hollingsworth | May 24, 2016 | 9:25 AM EDT
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Wilma, the last major hurricane to make landfall in U.S., roars into Florida on Oct. 24, 2005. (AP photo)

(CNSNews.com) – With hurricane season set to start next week, Tuesday marks a record 127 months since a major hurricane has made landfall in the continental United States, according to statistics compiled by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Hurricane Research Division, which keeps data on all the hurricanes that have struck the U.S. since 1851.

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52 minutes ago, WhenFalconsWin said:

It does matter as Obama won Pennsylvania which is a huge swing state and if this is a tight election that could mean the difference in victory over defeat if Hillary has alienated them.  .  

Obama won Pennsylvania without their vote. 

Are you saying Obama got MORE of the coal mining demographic? 

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On 5/23/2016 at 2:02 PM, gazoo said:

Gazoo, can we both say "BAM"? http://www.investors.com/politics/editorials/another-climate-alarmist-admits-real-motive-behind-warming-scare/

Another Climate Alarmist Admits Real Motive Behind Warming Scare

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“One has to free oneself from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy. This has almost nothing to do with the environmental policy anymore, with problems such as deforestation or the ozone hole,” said Edenhofer, who co-chaired the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change working group on Mitigation of Climate Change from 2008 to 2015.

So what is the goal of environmental policy?

“We redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy,” said Edenhofer.

For those who want to believe that maybe Edenhofer just misspoke and doesn’t really mean that, consider that a little more than five years ago he also said that “...the next world climate summit in Cancun is actually an economy summit during which the distribution of the world’s resources will be negotiated.”

 

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1 hour ago, dirtyhairy said:

Gazoo, can we both say "BAM"? http://www.investors.com/politics/editorials/another-climate-alarmist-admits-real-motive-behind-warming-scare/

Another Climate Alarmist Admits Real Motive Behind Warming Scare

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“One has to free oneself from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy. This has almost nothing to do with the environmental policy anymore, with problems such as deforestation or the ozone hole,” said Edenhofer, who co-chaired the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change working group on Mitigation of Climate Change from 2008 to 2015.

So what is the goal of environmental policy?

“We redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy,” said Edenhofer.

For those who want to believe that maybe Edenhofer just misspoke and doesn’t really mean that, consider that a little more than five years ago he also said that “...the next world climate summit in Cancun is actually an economy summit during which the distribution of the world’s resources will be negotiated.”

 

And the progressives who buy these lies hook, line and sinker wonder why some of us are "skeptical" with respect to the chronically inaccurate climate models from agencies funded by progressive governments. 

The only thing consistent with the failed climate models is they always seem to starngly be wrong tilted I the direction that would lead a kool aid drinker to conclude all of mankind wil, be dead within 20 years if we don't take draconian measures by artificially skyrocketing the cost of gas and electric, stopping fracking and just buying our oil from nations that use it to fund terrorism.

 

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23 hours ago, dirtyhairy said:

Season Approaches: U.S. Hits Record 127 Months Since Major Hurricane Strike

By Barbara Hollingsworth | May 24, 2016 | 9:25 AM EDT
wilma-ap_photo-1.jpg?itok=ojDlerEM
Wilma, the last major hurricane to make landfall in U.S., roars into Florida on Oct. 24, 2005. (AP photo)

(CNSNews.com) – With hurricane season set to start next week, Tuesday marks a record 127 months since a major hurricane has made landfall in the continental United States, according to statistics compiled by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Hurricane Research Division, which keeps data on all the hurricanes that have struck the U.S. since 1851.

Bu,bu,bu,but what about all those predictions from climate scientists that predicted hurricanes would dramatically increase and cause famine, disease and worldwide destruction? 

Once again, the failed climate models predicted cataclysmic doom, yet we've had 127 months since that last hurricane.

that said, I'm sure once one does hit, it will prove man man global warming is going to wipe out civilization.

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1 hour ago, gazoo said:

Bu,bu,bu,but what about all those predictions from climate scientists that predicted hurricanes would dramatically increase and cause famine, disease and worldwide destruction? 

Once again, the failed climate models predicted cataclysmic doom, yet we've had 127 months since that last hurricane.

that said, I'm sure once one does hit, it will prove man man global warming is going to wipe out civilization.

Watch it Gaz, you're going to make the left change their terminology again. :lol:

Global warming...climate change...#theydon'tknowshytabouttheweather

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2 hours ago, gazoo said:

And the progressives who buy these lies hook, line and sinker wonder why some of us are "skeptical" with respect to the chronically inaccurate climate models from agencies funded by progressive governments. 

Except the actual translation of his quote was:

"But one must say clearly: We distribute the climate policy de facto the world's wealth. That the owners of coal and oil, which are not excited, is obvious. You have to free ourselves from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy. This has to do with environmental policy, with problems such as deforestation or the ozone hole to almost nothing." 

Again, ******** climate deniers who will accept anything presented to them to back up their politically motivated denial of facts. 

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8 hours ago, WhenFalconsWin said:

Watch it Gaz, you're going to make the left change their terminology again. :lol:

Global warming...climate change...#theydon'tknowshytabouttheweather

Did Gazoo buy you dinner before you polished his knob for an entire thread? 

Youre like the "friend" of the popular kid that just follows him around and says "Ya! What he said" the whole time. 

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38 minutes ago, Joremarid said:

Alright co2 and pollution fans I got a question.  If co2 is so great and we don't have to worry about how much we produce of it.... explain why venus's atmosphere isn't life sustaining.

Oh, I don't know. Maybe because it's 38 million kilometers closer to that boiling ball of heat called our sun?

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32 minutes ago, Joremarid said:

Alright co2 and pollution fans I got a question.  If co2 is so great and we don't have to worry about how much we produce of it.... explain why venus's atmosphere isn't life sustaining.

Is this a joke?  Mars has an atmosphere that is 96% CO2 and it's average temperature year round is -46 degrees C.  ****, Mercury has almost no CO2 in it's atmosphere, why isn't it life sustaining?  

I really hope this is a joke, because it's the most ******** argument I've ever seen.  Where is the purple?  Venus is not in the habitable zone.  It's too close to the sun and there is too much energy from the sun in that area of space for oceans to remain liquid.

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