Obama To Part The Seas In His Second Term

Obama failed to stop Hurricane Sandy during his first term, but he hints that he will try to do better during his second term.

Barack Obama stokes expectations of climate change action in second term Hopes rise among green campaigners after president mentions ‘the destructive power of a warming planet’ in victory speech

Barack Obama stokes expectations of climate change action in second term | Environment | The Guardian

He forgot to mention his messianic abilities during the debates. Must have slipped his mind at the time.

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3 Responses to Obama To Part The Seas In His Second Term

  1. Andy DC says:

    Obama had a major hurricane-free first term. After that, you are questioning his supernatural powers?

  2. ‘the destructive power of a warming planet’

    Since he was reimmaculated, I don’t know why he doesn’t just say what he really means. He has no reason to hide any more:

    The destructive power of Government oppression, first called Theft, Extortion and Serfdom, then Redistribution, and now the New Economic Patriotism.

  3. robert barclay says:

    Humans have no control or even influence on the climate whatsoever. because the heated co2 that we worry about cannot transfer the heat into the ocean, the reason being that surface tension blocks heat. The ocean accepts energy from the sun’s rays no problem but physical heat is blocked. It is an easy proposition to test, just fire a heat gun at the surface of water. Despite the heat gun operating at 450degsC the water stays stone cold. If the temperature of the ocean varies it is only because of variations in solar activity, nothing else. Because of the effect of surface temperature mankind can not cause a build up of heat on the planet.

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