Based on absolutely no reliable science, snide leftists are now emerging from the woodwork to claim that Hurricane Sandy is George W. Bush’s fault. Or, at least, the fault of Republicans who suggest that global warming is a hoax.
Global warming has not been taking place for at least the last 16 years. But that doesn’t stop Gore from claiming that Sandy is a “disturbing sign of things to come.” The earth has a temperature, Gore believes. “We must heed this warning and act quickly to solve the climate crisis. Dirty energy makes dirty weather.” Playing Zachariah, Gore warned, “Scientists tell us that if we do not reduce our emissions, these problems will only grow worse.”
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is pulling the same nonsense. “Anyone who says there’s not a dramatic change in weather patterns I think is denying reality,” says Cuomo. These are “extreme weather patterns,” explains Cuomo, mirroring the left’s newly-coined phraseology about climate change, which is no longer global warming but “extreme weather.”
But both of these climate specialists were lightweights compared to the real specialist: Meghan McCain, simpleton daughter of Sen. John McCain. “”So are we still going to go with climate change not being real fellow republicans [sic]?”
If it’s good enough for Meghan McCain, we should all follow suit. After all, she writes short phrases for the Daily Beast.