Happy Lenin’s Birthday, er, Earth Day

THURSDAY is Lenin’s Birthday. It will be celebrated around the world as Earth Day, a holiday begun by Democratic Sen. Gaylord Nelson in 1970 to keep anti-capitalist sentiment going after the Vietnam War ended. And of course this year’s celebration will feature at center stage, the global warming fraud.

3 Responses to Happy Lenin’s Birthday, er, Earth Day

  1. Ed Darrell says:

    Hmm. In 1970 no one knew that the Vietnam War would ever end — to accuse Sen. Nelson of trying to keep anti-war sentiment going suggests he had a better crystal ball than anyone else has ever had — and if he had, he’d have used it to end the war.

    He was trying to capture the community spirit of the anti-war movement, and turn it to longer-term, good use. What’s wrong with that?

    You totally missed the point of the cartoon, didn’t you. On one hand, you show us a cartoon with China pumping out pollution, allowed by the failure of getting an agreement at Copenhagen. On the other hand, you claim that image to be a fraud.

    Your left brain doesn’t know what your right brain is doing.

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