President Scandal: ‘Call these deniers out. Hold them accountable. Ask them if they will admit climate change is a problem’

Posted by on May 24, 2013 at 10:46 am
Barack Obama

Looks like someone wants to change the subject from all his scandals. Time to get back in their faces.

Climate change is real, it’s caused largely by human activities, and it poses significant risks for our health. Some members of Congress disagree with this simple, scientifically proven fact. We need to work to curb climate change, and a big step is to raise our voices to change the conversation in Washington. Call these deniers out. Hold them accountable. Ask them if they will admit climate change is a problem.

We will continue updating the list below as supporters get answers to the basic question of whether their representatives in Congress accept the science on climate change. We hope that this list will shrink as members clarify what they truly believe about climate change.

Hold them accountable, huh? Well, you could always sic the IRS on them. Oh, wait…

Of course, there is no such thing as global warming, so who’s the denier?

“The most extreme projections are looking less likely than before.”

Maybe he’ll read about this in the paper some day.

 

3 Responses to “President Scandal: ‘Call these deniers out. Hold them accountable. Ask them if they will admit climate change is a problem’”

  1. Blue Hen on 24/24/13 at 11:26 am

    Call these deniers out. Hold them accountable. Ask them if they will admit climate change is a problem

    Okey fine. Delaware’s own Joe Biden was in the Sentate when clinton and the rev. Al dragged home a copy of the Kyoto accords. They refused to present it to the Senate for ratification, because if they did, it would get treated like a Christian symbol at at NEA meeting.

    The dem led Senate at the time voted aginst it anyway. That included Biden and John Kerry.

    Even better. Darling dems run the Senate now. Run the Kyoto accords through right now champ. See if it does any better than one of your budgets.

  2. Mustango on 24/24/13 at 11:31 am

    The term “climate change denier” is a deliberately offensive attempt to equate disagreement about future predictions (in a notoriously unpredictable field of science) to denial of the Holocaust.

    The White House should be deeply ashamed about having an official representative descend to such rhetoric.

  3. yujin on 25/25/13 at 2:54 pm

    Ah ha ha ha ha. Stop, you’re killing me. This White House feel shame??!! Ha ha ha ha. Sorry.