Global Warming After The Election

After the election, Obama will either be a four month lame duck or a four year lame duck.

Regardless of the election outcome, I’m predicting that Obama is going to start taking global warming very seriously – because it is the perfect vehicle to wreck the economy.

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4 Responses to Global Warming After The Election

  1. The reality is that the US economy is so stuffed now, and with the purchasing power of the US dollar in decline, imported energy supplies are going to be expensive for a long time to come. In a sense, you might say that Obama has already achieved his goal. (Although the presidents before him were not exactly stars either, when it came to consideration of long term economic issues.)

  2. Andy DC says:

    We have a choice this election to either tap into our vast energy resourses and become once again prosperous, or leave it all in the ground with a stagnant or worse economy, for a false promise of better weather 50 or 100 years down the road.

  3. Brian G Valentine says:

    Leisure Suit Barry is toast

    Can start building his Presidential Library now, featuring his teleprompter, photos of him with all his cool Hollywood pals, photos of him trying to fix his slice off the tee, some more of his contributions, etc

  4. GeologyJim says:

    Barry’s Li-berry would be a thin pencil of a structure, one floor for each document allegedly written by “The One”

    First floor, creepy poem “Pop” [with possible shout-out to Frank Marshall Davis, Red tutor]

    Several empty floors for papers from Punahou, Occidental, Columbia, Harvard, and Harvard Law Review

    Top floor for speech to DNC 2004 convention about “not white America, not black America, just one America” [barf bags provided]

    Access to “Dreams From My Father” display only available by crossing the Bill Ayres “Leap-of-Faith” wire bridge [no net]

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