You Can’t Win With A Team That Doesn’t Want To Win

I’m not talking about soccer.

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17 Responses to You Can’t Win With A Team That Doesn’t Want To Win

  1. _Jim says:

    Talking about Republicans then?

  2. geran says:

    “They” really never understood the science. But, “they” had a chance to win AGW with Climategate. “They” had a chance to win with drooping temps and increasing polar ice. “They” have a chance to win now, with the “Goddard”-discovered “Adjustment-gate”.

    But, where else can they go to earn a living?

    • Phil Jones says:

      Yep… Climate-gate was smoke and fire…

      Yet skeptical folks were ignored while politicians, the Media, and folks with their hand in the honey pot went crazy trying to get the World to deny the obvious… Mann/Jones et Al in their own words…

  3. The truth isn’t a team sport.

  4. Chewer says:

    When you’re a team member that doesn’t understand what the team leader’s goal is, that’s when you find you have big problems.

  5. Truthseeker says:

    And if you are not winning … change the rules, move the goal posts, alter the shape of the ball and then call it a win anyway.

  6. Poptech says:

    They don’t understand strategy and never have.

    They worry about placating people who only want to destroy them.

    They frequently succumb to peer-pressure from enemies.

    They frequently get hung up on irrelevant nonsense.

    They usually have no idea what wins arguments because they do not know how to debate.

  7. They don’t trust their own instincts, scientific or otherwise.

    They think the alarmists must be right on at least something.

  8. A C Osborn says:

    I think Steve means that THEY are also US.
    We are not organised, have no real “body”, no legal representation not enough Political/MSM representation and are split into conflicting groups with some agent provocateurs in out midst.

  9. A C Osborn says:

    Sorry should say
    agent provocateurs in our midst.

  10. timspence10 says:

    I know exactly what you mean.

    One of the biggest mistakes is having any faith in any official data under the belief that it can’t all be wrong or it can only be slightly touched-up.

    Failure to recognize the fanatics you’re dealing with is another.

    Seeing what’s been happening and not getting angry is another.

  11. While it is admirable, even endearing, that a team believes it can win with purely its superior skills and knowledge when their primary opponents are actively committing political suicide, it is not a winning strategy to stand around going, “tsk-tsk” about this situation. It becomes one when they go on the offense and PUSH their opponents over the final credibility cliff.

  12. Balmy says:

    When all else fails, call Al Gore to the rescue.LOL

  13. Brian H says:

    Lukewarmist lameness.

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