Let’s face it, all of these Democrats are living in a fantasy world. If you left earth about 10 years ago and just returned they’d have you believe mythical “climate change” is the greatest crisis facing mankind. From the buffoon in the White House all the way down the line, thye’ve staked their futures to junk science.
— FSI Stanford (@FSIStanford) October 12, 2015
To show what a groundswell of support that idicoy has, it got FOUR retweets. It’s complete lunacy. Of course for her clown boss, it’s the greatest threat facing us, other than getting a bad tee time.
So last night at the Socialist debate four of the morons on stage all brought up this junk science, save for Jim Webb, the lone sane person up there.
Yeah, that whole "what's our greatest threat" answer: "climate change" is like catnip to liberals. They really believe that shit.
— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) October 14, 2015
So Grandma paid lip service to the lunatics, but that just wasn’t enough.
During the past two presidential campaigns, environmentalists cheered at the mere mention of climate change. Today, the urgency of the issue—where decades of inaction by world leaders has combined with steadily increasing extreme weather to produce an obvious threat to humanity—is undeniable. And throughout Tuesday night’s debate, it was clear the tide has shifted.
It as if the constant claim of it being “undeniable” will make it real. It is deniable, no matter what these buffoons claim. They can’t prove jack shit and they know it, but they have nothing to offer but fear. This is how they control you.
The boldest proposal came from former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, who said his first action if elected president would be to steer the country on a path toward 100 percent renewable energy by 2050. That may or may not even be possible, but at least it was forward-thinking.
Not workable, not feasible, not even realistic. But it’s, um, forward thinking or something. Yeah, alrighty now.
And then there was Hillary Clinton. About midway through the debate, Clinton staked her climate record on what’s widely perceived to have been one of the biggest diplomatic failures in recent history—the Copenhagen climate summit in 2009. After years of anticipation, the meeting of world leaders ended in disarray, with Obama and his aides famously wandering around the convention center, looking for the leaders of China, India, Brazil, and other key nations. The toothless deal struck at the last minute was called a “grudging accord” by the New York Times the next day. Yes, Obama—and Clinton, then his secretary of state—were instrumental to that deal, but it’s hardly something Hillary should be proud of.
So it was pretty strange to hear her comments on Tuesday night. In her first answer on climate change, Clinton said, “I have been on the forefront of dealing with climate change starting in 2009 when President Obama and I crashed a meeting with the Chinese and got them to sign up to the first international agreement to combat climate change that they’d ever joined.”
Let’s face it, she makes this stuff up as she goes along, can’t you guys giver her a pass. She, like, totally means it.
Clinton going back to 2009 climate change “victories” is hilarious for people who remember Copenhagen. #DemDebate
— johnknefel (@johnknefel) October 14, 2015
Sorry, pal, but nobody remembers Copenhagen, or even cares. Americans care about the economy, keeping nukes out of the hands of Iranians, and ISIS, pretty much in that order. They want a better economy, they don’t want the psychotic mullahs having nukes and they want ISIS destroyed.
Not one person on stage addressed any of those issues last night. This is not a serious party.