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Senator Bill Nelson, of Florida, chose to use the occasion of Hurricane Dennis's landfall on his state, not to reassure his constituency, not to express his sympathy for them, but to further his political agenda.
I hope this this will make people take seriously those scientists who say that global warming is real
This at the same moment that the eyewall was sitting over Pensacola, while 1.8 million people were huddling in evacuation shelters wondering if they would have a home to return to.



What's wrong with global warming?

Posted by Daldianus at Monday, July 11, 2005 11:24 AM

Other than the fact that it is complete bullshit, my complaint is about the fact that he chose, during the height of the crisis when everyone was wondering how their lives might be immediately and severelly affected, to try to further a political agenda that had absolutely nothing to do with how to get through the immediate crisis.

Posted by kylben at Monday, July 11, 2005 11:38 AM

He is absolutely right you smog blowing fucktard.

Posted by Zippo at Friday, July 15, 2005 09:41 PM


I appreciate your insightful comment and coolly rational argument, you useless sack of shit.

Posted by kylben at Saturday, July 16, 2005 08:03 AM

Ahhh yes...the canard that is global warming always brings out the eloquence of those who would defend it. With statesmen the quality of Zippo, it is no wonder the world is convinced of its pending doom at the hands of environmental disaster.

I bet he owns The Day After Tomorrow on DVD.

Posted by Liberty Dog at Wednesday, July 20, 2005 11:56 PM

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