Laurie and Sheryl’s Excellent Adventure

Kevin Kernen of CNBC had the opportunity to interview two of the leading global warming cheerleaders a couple of days ago. And, although it appears that Kernen attempted to have a straight interview, any deviation from the faith-based mantra of the global warmists was like a major league pitcher throwing curveballs to 12-year olds.

Kernen’s query about opposing evidence presented in The Great Global Warming Swindle, Laurie David responded,

Well, I haven’t seen it, but I do believe in fact and science. I mean, this is, again, isn’t my opinion. And the world has complete consensus on this. And I would just question who funded the documentary, and what their agenda is. I mean, I would ask that question, really. Because we, the debate, the debate is over.

And, after a completely inane response regarding historical CO2 levels came this example of Deep Thoughts.

You know what? I urge you to see “An Inconvenient Truth” ’cause Al Gore answers all these questions beautifully in the movie. It’s the reason why this movie has had such a big impact. And I urge you and all of your viewers to watch it.

Jack Handey would be proud.

Newsbusters‘ report would be great comedy, except for the fact that these two women were completely serious, lending a surreal quality to the interview that is difficult to describe. Fortunately, NB also has a link to the video.

On to the next excellent adventure: The WHCA Dinner and a chance to try and embarrass the host, and double team Karl Rove.

“Rove said David came over to insult him and succeeded. Crow tried to calm things down but was instead drawn into the debate with Rove, telling him, “You work for me.” Rove responded, “No. I work for the American people.”

ahole.jpgBut, the mental image I really didn’t need came in response to Sheryl’s solution to global warming–that we should all just use one square of TP when we go to the toilet. Rosie increduously asks Sheryl: “Have you seen my ass?”

The craziness and anal retentiveness has only just begun, I’m afraid.

The green movement is now promoting diaperless babies as a “retro, cutting-edge, environmentally friendly scheme” to mothers throughout the industrialized world.

The green movement already has declared war on the modern flush toilet, declaring it an “environmental disaster,” and has instead pushed waterless “dry” toilets as an earth-friendly solution.

Former Vice President Al Gore joined the board of a waterless urinal company late last year to further the dry toilet cause and to help avert what many environmentalists believe is a looming international water crisis.

“There is a way to have a baby and NOT use diapers,” says one website advocating diaperless babies. Parents are urged to get in tune with their infant’s body signals and hold babies over toilets, buckets and shrubbery or any other convenient receptacle when nature calls. source

As RT might say: “Kum-ba-yah, baby, Kum-ba-yah.”

alQaeda nuke boast: “we will ‘shake the Roman throne’.”

AL-QAEDA leaders in Iraq are planning the first “large-scale” terrorist attacks on Britain and other western targets with the help of supporters in Iran, according to a leaked intelligence report.Spy chiefs warn that one operative had said he was planning an attack on “a par with Hiroshima and Nagasaki” in an attempt to “shake the Roman throne”, a reference to the West, according to The Times newspaper in the UK.Another plot could be timed to coincide with Tony Blair stepping down as prime minister, an event described by Al-Qaeda planners as a “change in the head of the company”.The report, produced earlier this month and seen by The Sunday Times, appears to provide evidence that Al-Qaeda is active in Iran and has ambitions far beyond the improvised attacks it has been waging against British and American soldiers in Iraq.There is no evidence of a formal relationship between Al-Qaeda, a Sunni group, and the Shi’ite regime of President Mah-moud Ahmadinejad, but experts suggest that Iran’s leaders may be turning a blind eye to the terrorist organisation’s activities,” reports The Times. sources:(UK) The Daily Telegraph, TimesOnline(UK)

I heard Steve Emerson talking about this on TV this morning. He believes the threat is credible, but that the weapon would more likely be a “dirty bomb” than a nuke. Either way, this is not good news.

Also of interest is the portion of the report that I highlighted —
“There is no evidence of a formal relationship between Al-Qaeda, a Sunni group, and the Shi’ite regime of President Mah-moud Ahmadinejad.”
Well, there is evidence, and there is evidence. The weaponry, training, shelter and support from Iran to both Shia and Sunni insurgents has been fairly well documented. Whether or not this would be admissible evidence in an American or British Criminal Court is one thing. But, whether it constitutes substantiated and actionable intelligence is quite another. I think it is a bit disingenious of The Telegraph to hang their hat on the “no evidence” mantra.

Emboldened by their successful embarrassment of the British Navy last month, the Iranian mullahcracy’s willingness to play nuclear poker raises the stakes considerably. I think it’s time for the Brits to go all-in, no-bluffing. A list of governmental, military, commercial, and religious targets should be identified and communicated to the mullahs as being marked for complete and utter physical destruction in the event of any type of nuclear detonation on British interests; making it clear that the weaponry of choice would be nuclear.

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