AGW: The Strange Part Is The NYTs Published This

March 31, 2010

Since is is a scam, NYT stumbles upon a well known scientific phenomenon; Apparently, people with science knowledge know the man “caused climate change” is a hoax:

A study released on Monday by researchers at George Mason University and the University of Texas at Austin found that only about half of the 571 television weathercasters surveyed believed that global warming was occurring and fewer than a third believed that climate change was “caused mostly by human activities.”

More than a quarter of the weathercasters in the survey agreed with the statement “Global warming is a scam,” the researchers found.

The split between climate scientists and meteorologists is gaining attention in political and academic circles because polls show that public skepticism about global warming is increasing, and weather forecasters — especially those on television — dominate communications channels to the public. A study released this year by researchers at Yale and George Mason found that 56 percent of Americans trusted weathercasters to tell them about global warming far more than they trusted other news media or public figures like former Vice President Al Gore or Sarah Palin, the former vice-presidential candidate.


Several well-known forecasters — including John Coleman in San Diego and Anthony Watts, a retired Chico, Calif., weatherman who now has a popular blog — have been vociferous in their critiques of global warming.

Some would call stealing money this way to be outright fraud. Pure and simple the fraud works like this, hey Mr Science guy you want a government grant? Fine, produce a paper that shows what we want to prove, man is warming the planet. OK? OK … give me my money.

Unix Copyrights Trial: Novell Wins, SCO Loses

March 31, 2010

The end is near …

A federal court jury has determined that Novell, and not the SCO Group, has ownership of copyrights related to UNIX.

Novell released a statement which read,

Today, the jury in the District Court of Utah trial between SCO Group and Novell issued a verdict.

Novell is very pleased with the jury’s decision confirming Novell’s ownership of the Unix copyrights, which SCO had asserted to own in its attack on Linux. Novell remains committed to promoting Linux, including by defending Linux on the intellectual property front.

This decision is good news for Novell, for Linux, and for the open source community.

Is UNIX finally free? Linux users, could have been subject to fees if SCO had gotten the copyrights.

The decision, on the other hand, is bad news for SCO Group, which is currently struggling through bankruptcy.

Obozocare – Reparations: People Have Already Figured It Out

March 30, 2010

Like the “shovel ready jobs bill that did nothing but porolong the misery of millions of Americans, so to the new Obaozocare bill is doing the same:

Obama promised his useful idiots better care, lower costs, sunshine, lollipops and free health care for all. The latest poll tells a far different story — USAToday/Gallup poll:

Nearly two-thirds of Americans say the health care overhaul signed into law last week costs too much and expands the government’s role in health care too far, a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds, underscoring an uphill selling job ahead for President Obama and congressional Democrats.

Those surveyed are inclined to fear that the massive legislation will increase their costs and hurt the quality of health care their families receive, although they are more positive about its impact on the nation’s health care system overall.

The numbers are very bleak with one exception – extending access. Most already had figured out that Oabma lies about most everything.

This un-Constitutional crap-care needs to be repealed, quick.

The Democrats have just experienced a dead cat bounce.

Smart Power, Remember That? Here Is How It Works

March 30, 2010

Looks a lot like someone doesn’t understand or know what he is doing.

Poll: Tea Party More In Touch With Issues Than The Congress

March 29, 2010

Tea party members, more ethical than the average Congressman too, but that’s barely notable.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 52% of U.S. voters believe the average member of the Tea Party movement has a better understanding of the issues facing America today than the average member of Congress.

Only 30% believe that those in Congress have a better understanding of the key issues facing the nation. When it comes to those issues, 47% think that their own political views are closer to those of the average Tea Party member than to the views of the average member of Congress.

As far as disapproval goes, Congressional disapproval going above that found in October 1994 — Congressional disapproval now at 72% — Obamacare didn’t save this sinking ship. After completely ignoring the will of the American people, Democrats get to enjoy a new low.

Two new polls out from Rasmussen today suggest that even Democrats who voted against health care reform are in serious danger of losing their seats. The first shows that 54% of respondents favor repealing ObamaCare, essentially unchanged from last week.

As people now know, there isn’t any such thing as ‘blkue dogs, lap dogs or any other than the the lying dog kind of Democrats. All Democrats lie chaet and steal and people have finally caught into them.

The second poll shows that Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin, D-S.D., now leads one of her potential Republican challengers, Secretary of State Chris Nelson, by only 44%-42%. In February, she led 45%-38%. Herseth Sandlin, co-chair of the Blue Dogs, a group of more moderate Democrats, voted against the health care bill both in November and in March, and was outspoken against the “Slaughter solution”, dubbing it “poison.”

The dogs get to Congress and lie down with the rest of the lying dogs.

North Korea: Earth Hour Was A Stunning Success

March 29, 2010

Easy win, it’s always this way after dark in North Korea. Maybe South Korea can lodge a protest.

Aetna CEO: Yes Rates Will Go Up, No You May Not Keep Your Existing Doctor

March 29, 2010

WOW, right off the bat the truth begins leaking out. The Tea Party people have been saying this all along, the administration is lying to you. Jim Garethy spotted this interveiw with Aetna’s CEO:

Two revealing comments from Aetna CEO Ron Williams in an interview with BusinessWeek out now:

Will insurance premiums go up?
The answer is yes, and some of the things that will drive those premiums are significant additional taxes the industry will ultimately have to pay in the first year.

The President said that this bill would not have any impact on people who already had coverage, that it was about the uninsured, that there would be no change. Will this legislation change the coverage of people who are already paying for it?
My perception is, yes, things will change. You might not have a plan that includes the exact same doctors. You might have plans that have richer benefits, and therefore you’re going to pay more for benefits you may or may not want. It would have been a better message to say, we’re going to make certain you maintain your eligibility.

Higher premiums, and your plan may change, even if you like it as it is. Basically, the health care bill is set to deliver the exact opposite of what President Obama promised.

Everybody, sing along! “All statements from Barack Obama come with an expiration date. All of them.” Most expire as soon as the teleprompter is turned off.

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