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Apr 29 2017

The Dumbest Thing I’ve Seen All Day

If you begin from the premise that our standard of living needs to be made illegal because otherwise the climate may fluctuate just like it always has, you are already starting out deep in the dumb. But moonbats indulging in today’s George Soros–funded People’s Climate March dug still deeper:

At this point, I can only stand back in slack-jawed awe at the ability of liberals to take themselves seriously.

On a tip from Everyday President.

30 Responses to “The Dumbest Thing I’ve Seen All Day”

  1. Jester says:

    For the hundredth time, Liberals: YOU FIRST. Set an example for all of us by completely discontinuing your own use of any and all petroleum products.

    YOU FIRST. Substance over symbols.

  2. Agrippa says:

    But Jester, as you know, it’s “Do as I say, not as I do” for Libtards. We have to give up fossil fuels, but they can continue to use them, guilt-free since they got everyone else to quit.

  3. Jack Bauer says:

    I’d like to take the biggest “hand on a stick” they have there, and use it to slap the sh!t out of every one of those damn fools.

    Guess none of them studied the Scottish Bard, Robbie Burns:

    “O wad some Pow’r the giftie gie us

    To see oursels as others see us”

    …. maybe they’d see how utterly stupid they look, while trying to be taken seriously!

  4. Eddie_Valiant says:

    Many drive Priuses because they use less gas. Fine but what happens to those old batteries when they can’t be fully charged?

    Ask a liberal that question, and they’ll say “Oh they’re recycled.” Ask them what happens to the recycle chemicals – then you’ll stump them.

  5. Eddie_Valiant says:

    If anyone wonders why many of the world’s best scientists and engineers come from other countries – well, just watch this video a couple of times.

  6. James McEnanly says:

    I don’t know how self aware these people are, but the first thing that came to mind when I saw all those outstretched hands showing the power of the people was this.

  7. dad29 says:

    The more of this I see, the more I am reminded of junior high-school drama.

  8. 762x51 says:

    Weird, the first thing that came to my mind was the three part call for indirect fire. That scene looks like Danger Close, 200 troops in the open, 5 rounds HE, fire for effect. Problem solved.

  9. Kevin R. says:

    And those are the smart ones.

  10. Watchman59 says:

    Not only that, but do they really think wind turbines and all the other “green” energy systems can actually make enough electricity to charge all those Priuses? Fossil fuels are still the most efficient way to generate electricity, especially since the left is so horrified of nuclear power (even though there are some calls for it to be developed again).

  11. Watchman59 says:

    Wanna bet the kid, second from the left on the front row, got a reprimand for not having his arm in the air when the shot was taken? Gotta go with the herd, after all.

  12. GomeznSA says:

    Agrippa – you forgot to add that since they pay their carbon tax they can indeed consider themselves ‘guilt free’ – and sleep peacefully every night without any sense of hypocrisy whatsoever.

  13. Mike says:

    Or consider the “carbon footprint”/ecological impact of building the Prius. Large amounts of rare earth metals to make the batteries come from China, that bastion of clean air and water!

  14. Sufferfortribe says:

    So, the loonies are giving the oil companies a really big hand job?

  15. Buffalobob says:

    Mrs. Smith’s kindergarten class in a depiction of what college is all about.

  16. Wilberforce says:

    Notice that they never mention “small oil”?

  17. grayjohn says:

    Can’t we spare a cruise missile for Soros? Just one?

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  19. 127guy says:

    Let’s hope none of these people breed.

  20. MAS says:

    Someone organized a group to do this…another first world issue.

  21. Dusty Thompson says:

    The Earth’s climate has been changing for 4.5 billion years. All of a sudden the ctrl-left is demanding I pay the Govt an ever increasing share of my private property and individual liberty, all based upon the silly notion that the climate needs to stop changing? Who again are the climate change deniers?

  22. 762x51 says:

    Do you suppose these “global warming” meat sacks know that as they marched today, it was snowing in the western U.S.?

  23. Area man says:

    Then they sacrificed a virgin, and had tattoos placed symolically on their skin to commemorate their victory over the dark evil forces of “progress”. Oooga booga!!!

  24. mostly Cajun says:

    But it’s a DANCE! An INTERPRETIVE DANCE! I have a hundred thousand dollars of student loans and the degree that says that interpretive dance is, like, sooooo important, yahknow…

    And really smart, educated people, like me and the group I hang out with, we all KNOW how important this is and we take it serious, so when all those knuckledragging morons SEE our important interpretive dance, they’ll understand.

  25. SLCain says:

    Boy, you want to go back in time and kill extinct enemies. You must be really tough. I hear antifa is recruiting.

  26. SLCain says:

    Funny, the first thing that came to my mind was this.

    It’s called the Bellamy salute. Do you think that commenter 762×51 would want to exterminate those kids too?

  27. SLCain says:

    Maybe Soros funds groups like this, so that he can do this:

    George Soros buys up coal companies cheap

    That coal in the ground is still worth something. Even if we don’t burn it in the US, it can be sold to the Chinese, who will still burn it. Of course, whether we burn it or someone else does, it puts the same amount of CO2 into the atmosphere.

    Soros doesn’t mind.

  28. Eddie_Valiant says:

    As of now, no, these systems aren’t ready for prime time. On another forum someone made the statement that solar energy can only produce a small amount of energy due to the physics involved in the amount of solar energy we receive.

    Consider too, what will happen to utility companies if a large percentage of customers start generating their own power. As the Federal law now in existence states, utility companies must buy any excess energy produced by a user. Imagine what will happen if your local utility has to pay out millions because so many users now feed excess power back to the grid. How long would gas stations stay in business if you returned more gasoline than you purchased?

    Nothing about self-generated power makes sense at this time, but the process was designed by liberals so there you go.

    I wish there was a way to be power self-sufficient, but I think that may not happen until we’re all pushing up daisies in the next millennium.

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