Monday, May 18, 2009

The Left’s Fictional Politics

The good ship Fleur set sail from Plymouth, England, on a 5,000 mile, "carbon emission-free" journey…"The expedition was followed by up to 40 schools across the UK to promote climate change awareness." Then reality hit…Wind ripped the wind generator and solar panels from the yacht, and capsized it three times. The crew of the Fleur was rescued by an oil tanker loaded with 680,000 barrels of crude oil…The Catlin Arctic Ice Survey is giving up on its journey to the North Pole to measure arctic ice thickness… severe cold (to minus 40 Celsius) took out "both a radar device meant to measure the ice thickness and a satellite communications unit to relay the data.". Meanwhile, an airplane equipped with modern technology flew over them and discovered arctic ice was "thicker" than expected….>Liberal Fantasyland, Randall Hoven, American Thinker, 5/15/2009

And on May 23rd in New York, it was 58 degrees (Farenheit), another cool spring. But, the Left never lets the facts get in the way of a good effort to stick its finger in another pie. Read Hoven’s complete article at the link. Try not to throw something at the screen. How long are we going to let them get away with telling stories instead of acting on what’s real?


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