Global Warming is the Greatest Hoax
Some things really bug me politically. The first thing is stupid politicians acting as if they are as wise as Albert Einstein was. The other thing, which troubles me is that people who vote for them. Realizing that I cannot change the world, I can at least mention what Forrest Gump's mother told him, "Stupid is as stupid does."
Case in point. Senator James Mountain Inhofe, chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, said on February 26, as he threw a snowball in the Senate, "It's just from outside here, so it's very, very cold out...very unseasonably cold."
Inhofe sees all the scientific proof of global warning to be nothing more than a hoax...hence the snowball as proof. One would think that the senator for Oklahoma would have move proof than a snowball and a family picture.
Inhofe will grant that the climate changes. He uttered these words, "Climate is changing and climate has always changed and always will. There is archaeological evidence of that, there is biblical evidence of that, there is historical evidence of that...." However, he adds that "...there are some people who are so arrogant to think they are so powerful they can change climate."
Global warming is all a hoax claims Inhofe.
Really? Is this hoax going to threaten our futures? Maybe? Nonetheless, I would put my money on global warming threatening our very lives. Additionally, during Inhofe's time in Washington, he has gotten $1,671,521 in campaign contributions from the oil & gas industry, which is the major reason for global warming. In the last election, Inhofe received $489,250 from the same sources.
When testifying in Congress in 2011, Inhofe said, "I have to admit-and, you know, confession is good for the soul...I, too, once thought that catastrophic global warming was caused by anthropogenic gases-because everyone said it was." When questioned about whether he was qualified to make scientific conclusions, Inhofe stated that he was qualified, because he gave "five speeches on the science."
Forrest Gump's mother was correct, "Stupid is as stupid does." Three other Americans disagree with Senator James Mountain Inhofe. Henry David Thoreau said, "What's the use of a fine house if you haven't got a tolerable planet to put it on?" Margaret Mead wrote, "We won't have a society if we destroy the environment." Finally, Thomas Edison said, "I'd put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power! I hope we don't have to wait till oil and coal run out before we tackle that."
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