McKitten Forgets His Other Religion

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Twitter / billmckibben: Drought killing trees on massive …

Earth to Bill. Did you forget the left’s other religion – Darwinism?

Periodic extreme drought is an essential component of natural selection and a healthy ecosystem.

From The Origin Of Species page 83

Lefties have a tough time juggling their various religions.

h/t to Marc Morano

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27 Responses to McKitten Forgets His Other Religion

  1. You’re a Young Earth Creationist then Steve?

    • What on earth are you talking about?

      • Could you clarify what you mean by Darwinism as religion?

      • Darwinism is a religion for many. Is that complicated?

      • It is actually… But I would agree with you in the sense that evolutionary theory is prone to a lot of fanciful “just so” stories that have no relationship to the science itself. Sort of reminds me of another research field popular at the moment…

      • So what was the bizarre comment about “Young Earth Creationist” for?

      • “Darwinism is a religion” is a Creationist meme, is it not?

      • Darwinism is a religion. What does that have to do with me and young earth creationsists?

        A total non sequitur

      • Eric Simpson says:

        I’m going to back Steven on this. I myself have been adamant that we don’t mix creationism with climate skepticism. But Steven hasn’t done anything of the sort here. There no implicit or explicit advocacy of creationism in Steven’s innocuous wording. So, what’s up Will?

      • If you say evolutionary theory is a religion, then it’s reasonable to assume that person is a Creationist, as this is what Creationist assert more than anyone else. In a like manner if someone claims catastrophic global warming theory is a religion, they are probably sceptics. ;-)

      • Will, – sorry you are being incredibly stupid.

        I pointed out the contradiction between the left’s two primary religions. That does not imply anything about what I believe. Please stop before you really piss me off.

      • Lou says:

        Will, faux liberals treat Darwinism as if it is their religious big time. Trust me. I had my doubts about evolution over a few things and they went psycho over it calling me bible thumper retard, etc,. They would much prefer if it was not challenged at all. It is NO DIFFERENT than challenging global warming, sun scare, saturated fat and cholesterol consumption causing heart disease and so on. To label us as flat earth people, etc just because we challenged their dogma over evolution is idiotic..

    • Eric Simpson says:

      OK Will, but from another thread, maybe it’s time to stop blaming Bush. Sure, in retrospect, the Iraq War perhaps could be considered unhelpful, but it is Obama’s Carteresque policies and speeches that has opened the “Arab Spring” floodgates of militant Islam throughout the middle east and northern Africa.

      • Obama’s policies directly follow on from Bush’s stated goals. If this turns out well Bush will get the credit. Historically I don’t see how Obama will be acknowledged given his low key approach. Bush and Obama’s military and economic polices are indistinguishable. Obama does it with less chest thumping, that is all. Which is a more sensible approach than that of Bush. Obama will be remembered for his utterly catastrophic economic policies, which also copy all the mistakes of Bush, except on steroids. As described by someone else on these forums recently, both presidents may best be characterized as pin heads.

      • Lou says:

        Will, it goes much further back. FDR’s policies very well have been responsible for the mess we face now. Even Woodrow Wilson over Federal Reserve. It’s a lot more complicated than it looks…

      • Ben says:

        “Obama does it with less chest thumping, that is all”

        BWAHAHAHAHA!

  2. TomC says:

    McKibben’s tweet, if anything, proves this moron doesn’t know a thing about climate. The climate of the Midwest, in the locations cited in the article, simply isn’t conducive for tree health, which is why they die. Periodic severe drought/flood, very early/late freezes, crippling ice storms, strong winds via derecho, tornadoes, rapid temperature changes from Blue Northers/Chinook winds, etc., all are detrimental to the health of trees. This rings even more true when considering many of the trees found in these areas either aren’t native or are cultivars.
    I find it stunning how these people get paid millions of dollars for their ignorance.

  3. TomC says:

    Might I add all this proves is the climate of the Midwest is acting exactly as it should – killing off the species of trees not meant to grow in such a climate.
    There’s a reason why when “White Man” expanded west in the prairie-land they found just that, prairie-land. They didn’t find forests.

  4. Traitor in Chief says:

    Right on with the point here Steve. Lefties are in vapor lock over any minor inconvenience to any species, except man….. and convinced that everything is teetering on extinction. But you can’t have survival of the fittest while simultaneously moving mountains to preserve every single beetle and arachnid. But then, environmental hysteria exists only to halt all development.

  5. Chewer says:

    Maybe he was referring to the state tree in N.D., the utility pole…

  6. gofer says:

    McKibben is just attention-starved. Why doesn’t he go to China and protest their building coal plants? That would really get him some attention.

  7. Allright you kids, break it up, or I’ll run you all in. Y’all shouldn’t oughta be drinkin’ anyhow–it just makes you THINK you’re grown-up. And stay away from that Darwin, he’s no good.

  8. Norman says:

    Good on ya Steve LOL

  9. gator69 says:

    I caught a glimpse of Weepy Bill McFibben in Phelim McAteer’s new doc “FrackNation”…

    http://www.facebook.com/FrackNation

    … he was at an LA art gallery with Josh Fox, and Phelim was quickly shown the exit.

    FrackNation, which was funded through a crowd-funding website called Kickstarter, should be required viewing. Fox should be sued, if not imprisoned.

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