Saturday, June 7, 2008

The most important issue facing the world today!

Senate majority leader, Democrat Harry Reid, called it “the most important issue facing the world today.”

Senator Barbara Boxer, Democrat from California, called it “one of the greatest challenges of our generation.”

Barack Obama (Democrat, I believe?) “The future of our planet is at stake.”

Take a wild guess what your leaders are talking about. Not the people who strap bombs onto little girls with Down Syndrome or proudly murder their daughters and sisters with the approval of police on a daily basis. Not the millions of radicals around the world and here who want us all dead.

Nope. Global warmi--whoops, sorry--climate change. The problem so big and obvious they can't decide which direction it's headed, let alone when to vote on it. But still they'll waste time and your hard-earned money on the Hill talking about it. (The vote will come next year, when Obama gets the Oval Office. Then nothing will be able to stop them from saving the planet by imploding the U.S. economy. While China, Russia and the rest of the polluting world look on and laugh all the way to the bank.)

We're doomed alright, but it's got nothing to do with the weather.

Not only is this article a great look at where our heads are at, but it's also Exhibit A for the complicity of the mainstream media. Note the blatant attempt by the NYT to reframe Inhofe's quote along the opposition's position that this is important legislation, not merely big in terms of further torpedoing the economy.

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