Who is it that believes in science, Dr. Dean?
In yet another demonstration of their inherent hypocrisy, the media and Democrats (forgive the repetition), are bemoaning the fact that Mother nature seems to be colluding with us Anthropogenic Global Warming skeptics by providing us with record-breaking cold temperatures and unprecedented snowfalls around the world, with which we are gleefully poking holes in their snide contention that, "The science of global warming is settled."
What really has the fruitcakes' Fruit of the Looms twisted is the very idea of skeptics using weather events to support our denials. The very same folks who were happy to use Hurricane Katrina and the Indian Ocean Tsunami as hard evidence of man-made, global warming are now attempting to ridicule us for poking holes in their fantasies by pointing out the weather evidence is pointing to global cooling rather than vice versa. Even more on point is the fact that liberals are on record claiming that lack of snowfall was attributable to global warming.
Piling one inconsistency on another, some of the AGW true believers, while ridiculing us Deniers for citing weather events to refute global warming, are pointing to the lack of snow, another weather event, at the Vancouver Olympics site as further proof that AGW is alive and well. Oh well, inconsistency has never seemed to concern liberals or Democrats, has it?
Perennial Democrat Wannabee, Howard Dean, noted for his unflappable and unemotional demeanor, has recently used this tendency of AGW skeptics to snigger at him and his fellow Chicken Littles, to make the trained (he is a doctor, you know) scientific observation* that Republicans don't believe in science. Not just some Republicans mind you, but all of us. Yup, that coolly-dispassionate, finely-honed, scientifically-trained, Democrat intellect, conjures up a sweeping generalization that we're a bunch of knuckle-draggers because we don't run about with him and Al screaming, "The icecap's melting! The icecap's melting! We're all gonna drown!"
Considering some of Dr. Dean's previous diagnoses, I think we Republicans are entitled to a second opinion. Know what I mean?
*Doesn't that photo convey such an awe-inspiring sense of intellect? More like Chicken Little...