Sunday, October 25, 2009

My Reply to the Environmental Wacko

Scientific consensus on 'climate change' proves nothing

This is in response to Nancy Pyne's Oct. 20 letter, "Global-warming bill will save consumers money, create jobs." All I have to say is baloney! Of course the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy is going to say this. It fits perfectly into the group's agenda, which has nothing to do with the environment but everything to do with the government controlling people's lives as much as possible.

According to the Congressional Budget Office, it will cost the average American family between $680 and $1,500 per year, and the wealthy will pay even more (that's OK, though, because we have to punish those "evil rich people"). If the CBO says it is going to cost us that much, it's going to cost us a lot more than that because government programs always cost a lot more than CBO forecasts.

This huge tax increase (and that's what it is) is supposed to help solve global warming, aka "climate change," while the earth's two biggest air polluters, India and China, thumb their noses at us and tell us they are not going to do anything about curbing their emissions.

Global warming has become a joke and is scientifically totally unproven to be happening. Even if it is, there is no proof humans are causing it. 1998 was the warmest year on record, and for the last 11 years the earth has been getting cooler (but that's probably because of "global warming"). I know, I know, there is a consensus among the world's scientists that global warming is happening. Well, 600 years ago the consensus of the world's scientists was the world was flat and the earth was the center of the universe, and we all know how that turned out.

Jon Quint


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