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Feb 26 2015

White House: When Pushing Global Warming Measures, Don’t Mention Temperatures

Some excuse Obama’s policies by implying that he must be incompetent, this being the only explanation other than deliberate malice. But not everyone in the White House is a complete idiot, or they wouldn’t have come out with this wise directive:

The White House quietly released a draft guidance telling federal agencies to consider the impact carbon dioxide emissions will have on the environment, but only in terms of the amount of CO2 emitted. When conducting environmental impact analyses on rules and projects, that is, federal agencies should avoid mentioning potential increases in temperature, precipitation, storm intensity, and other environmental impacts that scientists warn about.

This is because CO2 levels have continued to rise, but the harmful environmental consequences that this must produce according to the theory of global warming have conspicuously failed to materialize. Also, even if CO2 did have a major impact on the climate, economically malicious regulations inflicted by the government would not be sufficient to have anything close to a significant effect on the temperature, sea levels, et cetera.

At least they realize that actual climatic conditions debunk their hoax. The solution: ignore actual climatic conditions. This is easier to do when you are part of the ruling class and have underlings to shovel the snow for you — in addition to the B.S.

ALABAMA-SNOW
Global warming piles up in Alabama, via Feral Irishman.

On a tip from R F.




12 Responses to “White House: When Pushing Global Warming Measures, Don’t Mention Temperatures”

  1. TED says:

    Tell Ya what…

  2. TED says:

    Tell Ya what…

  3. MicahStone says:

    Play the GW HOAX game….(as with ALL lunatic-left games, everyone is automatically a winner!)

  4. MicahStone says:

    Play the GW HOAX game….(as with ALL lunatic-left games, everyone is automatically a winner!)

  5. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Carbon dioxide, simply put, is plant food. Greenhouse owners pump additional carbon dioxide in their greenhouses to make plants grow faster.

    Additional plant growth means more food, as it removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

    Al Gore is a plant hater.

  6. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Carbon dioxide, simply put, is plant food. Greenhouse owners pump additional carbon dioxide in their greenhouses to make plants grow faster.

    Additional plant growth means more food, as it removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

    Al Gore is a plant hater.

  7. Star says:

    Lovely picture, give me more global warming!

  8. Star says:

    Lovely picture, give me more global warming!

  9. Buffalobob says:

    Also keep it on the down low that obama is funding a perpetual motion machine.

  10. Buffalobob says:

    Also keep it on the down low that obama is funding a perpetual motion machine.

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