Global Warming disputed in CNN interview

Senator Inhofe has been mounting a major campaign exposing the litany of lies being advanced by the global warming promotors and their accomplices in the MSM. Last week, he made a speech on the floor of the Senate ripping the media for their ridiculously lopsided coverage of  the global warming issue. Most of the media chose to ignore his speech, rather than dwell on what can only be described for them as a colossal embarrassment.

Tellingly, one of the few media outlets Inhofe left out decided to take a shot at rebutting him.   This morning Senator Inhofe appeared on CNN for an interview with Miles O'Brien. Link to video here.
 
The interview lasted 9 minutes and 29 seconds. O'Brien's producer should have thrown in the towel shortly after Inhofe knocked him out in the first round. Here is the transcript of their first exchange.
 
INHOFE: I heard your piece [CNN's March 2006 Global Warming Special called 'Melting Point'] on that, and you did a very excellent piece. You scared a lot of people when you did your special.

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INHOFE: And I wonder also, Miles, it wasn't long ago —— you've got to keep everyone hysterical all the time. You were the one that said another ice age is coming just 12 years ago.

O'BRIEN: I said that? I didn't say that.

INHOFE: You didn't say that. Let me quote you...

O'BRIEN: No, no, no. I'd be willing to tell you there are stories like that. But there's not...
(CROSSTALK)

INHOFE: ... quote you so I'll be accurate. I don't want to be inaccurate.

O'BRIEN: All right, go ahead" 

This was how the entire interview went, O'Brien was constantly on the defensive. Inhofe tried to be sporting about it but O'Brien was completely over matched.

I have been extremely skeptical about this global warming business from the get go. It is very encouraging to have people like Senator Inhofe on the ramparts with the troops. 

Christopher J. Alleva   10 03 06

Senator Inhofe has been mounting a major campaign exposing the litany of lies being advanced by the global warming promotors and their accomplices in the MSM. Last week, he made a speech on the floor of the Senate ripping the media for their ridiculously lopsided coverage of  the global warming issue. Most of the media chose to ignore his speech, rather than dwell on what can only be described for them as a colossal embarrassment.

Tellingly, one of the few media outlets Inhofe left out decided to take a shot at rebutting him.   This morning Senator Inhofe appeared on CNN for an interview with Miles O'Brien. Link to video here.
 
The interview lasted 9 minutes and 29 seconds. O'Brien's producer should have thrown in the towel shortly after Inhofe knocked him out in the first round. Here is the transcript of their first exchange.
 
INHOFE: I heard your piece [CNN's March 2006 Global Warming Special called 'Melting Point'] on that, and you did a very excellent piece. You scared a lot of people when you did your special.

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INHOFE: And I wonder also, Miles, it wasn't long ago —— you've got to keep everyone hysterical all the time. You were the one that said another ice age is coming just 12 years ago.

O'BRIEN: I said that? I didn't say that.

INHOFE: You didn't say that. Let me quote you...

O'BRIEN: No, no, no. I'd be willing to tell you there are stories like that. But there's not...
(CROSSTALK)

INHOFE: ... quote you so I'll be accurate. I don't want to be inaccurate.

O'BRIEN: All right, go ahead" 

This was how the entire interview went, O'Brien was constantly on the defensive. Inhofe tried to be sporting about it but O'Brien was completely over matched.

I have been extremely skeptical about this global warming business from the get go. It is very encouraging to have people like Senator Inhofe on the ramparts with the troops. 

Christopher J. Alleva   10 03 06