Huffington Post : Al Gore Could Have Saved Us From The Worst Weather In History!

There is a widely held theory that former Vice President Al Gore lost his bid for the presidency in 2000 because of his insatiable, career-long desire to curb the effects of global warming by first and foremost informing the public on the world’s climate crisis. At the time, there was overwhelming scientific evidence to support his claim that our planet was dramatically warming as a direct result of the release of manmade greenhouse gases into our atmosphere. However, like a cancer patient in denial who has been diagnosed but has yet to feel the symptoms of their illness, too many Americans failed to give him credence because they were not physically and financially reeling from the side effects of climate change. Twelve years later, our planet is still sick and this summer Americans are seeing and feeling the symptoms like no other time in recorded history.

Scott Stenholm: Conservatives and Climate Change: The Devastating Irony

More like Devastating Stupidity at the Huffington Post.

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5 Responses to Huffington Post : Al Gore Could Have Saved Us From The Worst Weather In History!

  1. John B., M.D. says:

    Gore lost because of his personality, as well as stupid Democratic voters who cast their ballot mistakenly for Pat Buchanan in the Florida butterfly ballot county.

  2. Philanthropist says:

    But Obama can make the Oceans rise and fall, can’t he do anything to save us?!!!

  3. Andy DC says:

    If only Gore had won the Presidency in 2000, the weather now would be letter perfect, just like 1936 (sarc).

  4. Gore lost because he couldn’t carry his home state. LOL!

    Though, I shouldn’t laugh too hard since I did vote for him. He hadn’t gone bat guano insane at the time, and, really, I didn’t see a whole lot of difference fiscally between him and Bush.

  5. kirkmyers says:

    With every scare story it publishes promoting the global warming myth, the Huffington Post diminishes it’s already battered reputation. The only thing “progressive” about HuffPo is its progressively poor attention to the facts, especially when it comes to anything pertaining to the non-existent global warming threat.

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