Apr 08

Oh goody!  It’s that time of the week skeptics: Global Warming Hoax Weekly Round-Up time:

Pity the flat-headed cat, for it is doomed.  Also, Greenpeace throws a threat down the memory hole, green groups conspire against Africa and Britain is bankrupt but just doesn’t know it, yet.

After all that doom and gloom, you need the hottie.

Part One: Al Gore & Friends

Al Gore has been hiding from the press again, but fortunately for us that means that he’s been blogging from his Tennessee energy sink headquarters.

Al the blogger posted his approval of Best Buy for criticizing the US Chamber of Commerce’s stance against the global warming hoax:

“Best Buy’s commitment to sustainability aligns with global interests in addressing climate change. Best Buy is an innovator in offering our customers products and services that enable them to live more sustainably.”

And by ‘living sustainably’, BB means selling you that giant energy-sucking TV screen.  Sheesh.

Al also accorded his approval of paper giant Weyerhaeuser Co for joining his Climate Action Partnership.  There must be some federal bucks available, the only reason for a logging/paper firm to join the CAP is if there is some corporate welfare in it.

Earth Day is coming… and here’s Al to push the Depower America agenda:

Gore Lied, dead?  No wait… there is a new post with news that an Al Gore trained hippie scaremonger no longer likes to talk about climate because it’s a ‘polarizing issue’.  heh.

Apparently there are a lot of climate volunteers who no longer like to talk about climate.

Al applauded 21 Senators who wrote Harry Reid to demand a clean energy bill.  Perhaps they are concerned that Obama care won’t bankrupt America fast enough.

As President Obama pretended to announce more drilling options, Al’s pet Fox disagreed with even the appearance of allowing more drilling:

“The path to a secure energy future in America begins with clean, renewable sources here at home. Expanded oil drilling will simply continue our reliance on dirty fossil fuels, while doing little to reduce our dependence on foreign oil. The President must now deliver a comprehensive plan for curbing carbon pollution so we can invest in the clean energy technologies we will need in the 21st century.”

Either that or Al will have to find a way to invest as heavily in oil and gas firms as he has in ‘clean energy technologies‘.  Remember, kids… Al’s in this for the money, ’saving’ the planet has nothing to do with it.

You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here – if you want the rest of the Round-Up that is. You’ll have to visit The Daily Bayonet for Parts 2 through 5 (including the weekly Global Hottie).

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