Monday, December 7, 2009

EPA: Greenhouse Gases Dangerous, Leaked E-mails Just a "Small Blip" (Updated)

Sensenbrenner: Announcement is "Conveniently Timed to Push its Politics."

My Fellow Americans,

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today that the air we exhale during every breath we take, carbon dioxide, is a dangerous pollutant.  FOX News has more on the story here.

  1. EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson said in a written statement that the finding, which declares carbon dioxide and five other greenhouse gases a threat to public health, marks the start of a U.S. campaign to tackle greenhouse gas emissions.
  2. The meticulously timed announcement comes on the opening day of the Denmark conference, and could boost the administration's argument that the United States is taking action to combat global warming -- though Congress has yet to pass climate legislation.
  3. Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., ranking Republican on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, told the EPA is rushing to a decision that may not be based on sound science.
This is more propaganda they are throwing our way, folks.  Of course they will not admit the truth: global warming is a monumental hoax.  We saw the truth come out in the e-mail saga

I wanted to include a few noteworthy quotes from the FOX News article --

Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., ranking Republican on the House Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming, had this to say in a written statement."They are finalizing the finding just in time for President Obama to travel to Copenhagen. The EPA claims its process is dictated by science, however, it's conveniently timed to push its politics." 

Climate reform supporters believe climate-gate is just a "small blip."

Jonathan Pershing, U.S. deputy special envoy for climate change, attending the climate conference in Copenhagen, dismissed the leaked e-mails, saying: "I think it will have virtually no effect at all," he said. "The science is incredibly robust. And as we look forward, I worry much, much more about not acting urgently than what will ultimately be a small blip on the history of this process."

Asked about Pershing's remark, Issa said: "Richard Nixon said that about what Deep Throat had outed about the break-in."

The Refounding Father's Take:

With all the money poured into this mess along with the billions (or trillions) those involved are set to make, how could the EPA come to any other conclusion? 

Let's think about this for a second.  The scientists involved HAD to come up with the fabricated results -- not just because man-made global warming is a sham -- but because they needed their government grant money.

And, well, the government would not guarantee the money if they thought the scientists would not reach the proper conclusions on the test work.  So, obviously, they would need them to --- LIE.

This is pure speculation on my part.  But, it does make sense, right?

Where is Al Gore?

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