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Having lived in Wisconsin and Illinois all of my life I am familiar with weather. Of course the areas I have lived in were once under 300 meters of ice. So I can complain about a couple of feet of snow. The climate will change and has. Anyone traveling west has seen the work that time and climate have done to the mountains and valleys.
So if Obammy and his climate NAZI's have there way we will stop all climate change. Not likely. Besides if we stopped all human actions in the United States today it would not make any difference. China, India and the rest of the third world are the major contributors and they have no interest in stopping.
A good suggestion. If you live in a flood plain, near an ocean, or in New Orleans, at or below the water level, move. Crazy people repeat the same mistakes. Barry is there spiritual leader.
1 Classic Lady, Yeah I was wondering about that, too!!!
My, my my, seems to be MORE and MORE hysteria about global warming [oh, excuse me, climate change] lately. Is it [I HOPE, I HOPE] that people are getting tired of ALL the lecturing, screaming, holier than thou attitudes coming from "global warming" advocates? After all, don't they KNOW WHAT'S BEST FOR US?? God knows, they keep TELLING us that often enough!!!!
The US should be in that list because we have to put with the idiot AlGore and his lies....People it's called "weather" wait 5 minutes and it will change again....
Acceptance in DC, those outlaws will accept anything that gives them more control, you scrubs walked away smiling after the mini Ice Age/global famine bs in 2000.
This time we are taking names.
The global warming morons can create an historic trend out of a weekend. Bunk. Balderdash. Garbage. Lies.
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