The Huge Increase in Babies Twenty Years Ago

Before my first child was born, I rarely ever noticed any babies. Then I suddenly started seeing babies everywhere. Now I almost never see any babies. From this, I have concluded that almost all babies were born twenty years ago.

Can I have  a job at the White House?

“We have seen more severe weather events, droughts and fires,” Carney continued. “

Carney: ‘No Specific Storm or Weather Event Can Be Tied to Climate Change’ | CNS News

Actually we are experiencing a record low number of hurricanes and tornadoes, and forest fires are near a twenty year low. The only reason this moron believes what he believes – is because he never paid attention before.

Pull your head out of your ass, Mr. Press Secretary.

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11 Responses to The Huge Increase in Babies Twenty Years Ago

  1. The science of global warming has come down to people’s personal anecdotes.

  2. Brian says:

    Or maybe that is what he is being told to tell people.

  3. Lance says:

    but the media told him so….

  4. Andy DC says:

    I believe we have heard that exact same drivel before. Can’t let the facts get in the way of a good boondoggle.

  5. Jimmy Haigh says:

    ‘Before my first child was born, I rarely ever noticed any babies. Then I suddenly started seeing babies everywhere. ” Exactly my experience too. My daughter is only 4 so I’m still seeing them…

  6. gator69 says:

    Could there be a more appropriate last name for Barry’s press secretary?

    carny , carney or carnie 2
    1) short for carnival
    2) a person who works in a carnival

  7. Justa Joe says:

    The Donks have figured out that their success depends on appealing to the public viscerally/emotionally. Anecdotes about disasters are perfect tools for this. Expect them to double down on this tactic post thunderstorm Sandy, which was the Donks’ divine wind.

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