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Liberalism: Why think when you can “feel”?

MSNBC tool Contessa Brewer: Hey, guess what? The northeast blizzard is caused by global “warming”

Stupid so delicious that you just want to sop it up with a biscuit.  Details:

Give credit to MS-NBC’s meteorologist, who does his best to play this one down the middle. When Contessa Brewer attempts to refute Senator Jim DeMint’s humorous Twitter entry that the snow would continue “until Al Gore cries uncle,” he gives both sides of the argument. Brewer insists that the heavy snowstorm that has frozen the mid-Atlantic region and shut down Washington DC in a deep freeze just shows that “more severe weather” proves AGW theory (via Greg Hengler)…

Both of Brewer’s fans just e-mailed me to ask that I lay off of her.

Aren’t these people brilliant?  It’s blistering hot in Rio, which means global warming, and it’s a virtual atmospheric avalanche in the northeast and mid-Atlantic, which means global “warming”.  Heck, it was mild a couple of days ago here in Jacksonville, which obviously must mean global “warming”.  The global “warming” nuts have all their bases covered, no?  (Um…no.)


February 11, 2010 - Posted by | global warming, MSNBC


  1. its freezin here and were snowed under in NYC! I aint on your blogroll anymore?..Glad you’re still stirrin it up!

    Comment by Angel | February 11, 2010

  2. Good to see you, Angel! Welcome back! 🙂

    Not sure how you weren’t on the blogroll, but consider that oversight rectified!

    Comment by crushliberalism | February 11, 2010

  3. The explainations from the “experts” are becoming more and more convoluted. I am waiting for them to explain how human-casused global warming has changed the freezing point of water. Last I checked with the scientist types, that is considered a constant.

    Comment by TheBad | February 11, 2010

  4. Well, TB, constants are subject to change, you know…

    For those of you on the left, that was sarcasm.

    Comment by crushliberalism | February 11, 2010

  5. ‘3.The explainations from the “experts” are becoming more and more convoluted.’

    Look up “epicycles” for precedent?

    Or the posthumous decline of Lysenko.

    Come to that, look up “Nutterf;y Effect” or “Chaos Theory” – started (OK, resuscitated: once it became popularised a similar chaos theory was found in Eighteenth Century obscurity) by meteorologist Lorenz who noted a problem with his computer model of global climate and concluded that it could never (at least for a few centuries of computer developments) work.

    Comment by John A | February 11, 2010

  6. Nutterf;y?

    Comment by John A | February 11, 2010

  7. Nutterf;y?

    Nuttin Honey?

    Comment by tnjack | February 12, 2010

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