Another Day, Another Poll

January 12, 2011

Rasmussen reports:

Americans have closely followed news stories about the shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and the killing of six others in Arizona on Saturday, and most don’t feel politics was the cause of it.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 28% of Adults say the shooting in Arizona was the result of political anger in the country. Fifty-eight percent (58%) say instead that it was a random act of violence by an unstable person. Fourteen percent (14%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

Sixty-eight percent (68%) of Republicans and 56% of adults not affiliated with either of the major political parties view the shooting as a random act of violence. Even Democrats by a 48% to 37% margin agree, although leading members of their party have attributed the shootings to a climate of anger they say has been generated by opponents of President Obama.

58% say it was just random violence … And who is causing the blood libel perpetrated by the media? Might as well get over it media, you are the problem and the people know it.

Birds, They Do The Darnest Things

January 12, 2011

It’s as if their wings, just fell off …

They look strangely familiar.

MetBard: The Hockey Stick In Art And Literature

January 11, 2011

One of Josh’s finest graphic flourishes: As England fests in snow up to their …

… Just a slight adjustment you see, winter becomes summer, as long as no one notices all the snow piling up. Which is an unfortunate turn of events.

Well at least there is to comfort that global warming will produce desertification of the Australian continent, where the floods of the rains that never end is … wait something has gone wrong, and surely it isn’t the UN IPCC scam, is it not still operative?

Maybe There Is Something You Can Do ?

January 10, 2011

Glenn puts it very well.  If your goal is to improve the climate of political discourse, you can start by not telling vicious lies about your opponents.

And stuff like this … from 2008 …

and how about all that Bush hate?

‘Ozone Hole’ Hoax Was The Preview For ‘Global Warming’ Hoax

January 8, 2011

Now that freon has been banned for decades, the ozone hole keeps merrily chugging along. Curious observers would say maybe it wasn’t CFCs causing the hole and the junk science pushing the hoax was at faults? hmmm, more liberal lies for the people to be controlled with. The truth slowly leaks out of the ozone hole lies:

Dr. Wil Happer of Princeton wrote “The Montreal Protocol to ban freons was the warm-up exercise for the IPCC.  Many current IPCC players gained fame then by stampeding the US Congress into supporting the Montreal Protocol. They learned to use dramatized, phony scientific claims like “ozone holes over Kennebunkport” (President Bush Sr’s seaside residence in New England). The ozone crusade also had business opportunities for firms like Dupont to market proprietary “ozone-friendly” refrigerants at much better prices than the conventional (and more easily used) freons that had long-since lost patent protection and were not a cheap commodity with little profit potential” (link).

Flawed data collection, or faked science the tools of leftists worldwide. Crony capitalists, pushing faked science at the behest of control freaks like Obama worldwide. It’s a viscous stew free people are swimming in, with no reality in sight. And the UN hoaxers are conducting the scams. Their only hope is to educate themselves to expose the lies.

Is faked environmentalism the home of communists worldwide? Seems so.


Hooray — Cheers! Chicago Climate Exchange Closes

January 3, 2011

Gone bust, as Obama restores science to it’s rightful place in government as the puveyor of lies. The ‘first experiment in carbon emissions cap-and-trade has come to an end’ visit site.

But keeps eye on the future … yeah really, like after Obama we can all go back to being normal, instead of living in liberal fairy land.

Are Liberals Ever Right: Simple answer, NO!

January 2, 2011

Supporters of the DC handgun ban argued that it served a crucial role in dealing with crime, and predicted that its loss would lead to all manner of dire effects, after the Heller SC decision.

“DC Homicides At Lowest Level Since 1963″ … So much for the antigun kooks’ predictive abilities….

Try your predictive abilities out … Two houses next to each other, one house proudly displays a sign “no guns in this house”. Other house, nothing. Which house will be the one robbed? Five seconds….


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