Talk Show Host Wants Florida To Drown

And so, the global warming deniers — like Rush Limbaugh, whose house I can’t wait until the ocean swells and eats his house — and he will be the first to go because he’s got the best location! He’s on Palm Beach, which is nothing but a little island…a long, skinny, little sliver of billion dollars worth of — crap! Mostly over-the-top, overdecorated, overpainted, overdone houses with silk draperies and Renaissance designs in a tropical setting…On the edge of this little silvered island with a rising, rising ocean — he’s going first, I live out west, my house is going to be the new Palm Beach and I can’t wait. I can’t freaking wait!

h/t to Marc Morano

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7 Responses to Talk Show Host Wants Florida To Drown

  1. suyts says:

    lol, nice guy. Does Limbaugh comment on climate very much? I mean, sure, last I heard he made fun of liberals, but what’s not to make fun of? But, does he comment on or opine about CAGW/CC/CD?

  2. Paul H says:

    I can’t improve on this comment.

    “I just wished that she would have opted for a brain transplant instead of dental implants. Oh well.”

  3. GregO says:

    What an extremely hateful and stupid thing to wish for – ill on another person for no apparent reason. This is an excellent example of intellectual violence – something we see all too often dressed up as serious commentary. Ms Rhodes might as well have said “Rush; I hate you, I hate you, I hate you!” as her idea of catastrophic sea level-rise coming for Rush Limbaugh is as equally inane.

    Check this:

    Looks like Rush has something like 11 years at the current sea level rise rate before seas rise even one inch. Rush – run for high ground while you still have time!

  4. Garwoodv6 says:

    I looked at the Googlemaps data, and I found it interesting to note that some areas are actually registering a lowering in the Sea Level relative to the Land, while others are experiences rising sea Levels.

    I thought about the Earth moving around all the time, sometimes resulting in earthquakes, wgile other times (like here in Houston) simply cause a distinct elevation change along a fault line (yes, we have fault lines riight here in Houston- one such line runs East and West, about 1-1/2 miles South of Beltway 8 on the North side of Houston.) I have seen it rise on one side 2 feet or so across Veteran’s Memorial Road and Windfern Road in my adult life of 35 years.

    Then I thought about a Documentary I saw a couple years ago about the sophisticated measurement study in Yellowstone National Park of the falling elevations of 3-4 feet in certain areas of the park since the study began.

    Let’s not forget that the Continents are floating around as gigantic pieces on a molten, liquid core of magma, and are constantly moving around, pushing againsst the next tectonic plate. Some rise, some fall.

    Push more of it below Sea Level, and the Sea will rise. No mysttery here, at least to me.

  5. Garwoodv6 says:

    California and Alaska are continually being pushed up out of the Pacific Sea, and are the cause of the mountains along the coast as well as the California Central Valley.
    Many (Millions?) years ago, the former coastline of North America was more or less along the Eastern border of today’s California.

    It’s alive!

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