No Time To Debate

Five years into his presidency, and less than a year after his second election, Obama suddenly has “no time to debate” global warming.  It is just too urgent.

He had plenty of time to debate destruction of the coal industry during the election cycle, but chose instead to pretend that he was a big supporter of coal production.

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7 Responses to No Time To Debate

  1. R. de Haan says:

    That’s the big problem for the US electorate. They have the choose between an idiot or a moron.

  2. Brian G Valentine says:

    We have no time to witness Rube Goldberg devise preposterous solutions to nonexistent problems.

  3. R. de Haan says:

    Addressing non existent problems allows thew to fill their pockets quicker.

  4. gator69 says:

    Yet if you google “obama sweet 16 bracket”, you get “About 188,000 results”.

    No time for debate.

    Days on the golf course as of 6/01/13… 25. But…

    No time for debate.

    According to the Government Accountability Institute, Skeeter has spent over twice as many hours on vacation and golf (976 hours) as in economic meetings (474.4 hours). But…

    No time for debate.

    Maybe he needs another term.

  5. mikegeo says:

    Its a shallow political tact that if you utter the phrases “time is running out” and “we need to think of our children’s future” you can instill a sense of emotional urgency in place of rational logical thinking.
    He uses it constantly – and so do the alarmists. Its almost as overused as “unprecedented” and “sustainable”. Those are all the fallback positions for those without substance.

  6. Steven, Steven. I can tell you exactly why Obama lacks the time to debate the science right now.

    My wife just received this from Obama for America:

    “Subject: Fly for free and meet the President

    [. . .]

    “President Obama is going to meet three supporters backstage at an event next month.

    “If you’re picked, you’ll get flown out for free to meet him — and you can even bring a guest.

    “Think of how happy you’ll make the loved one you pick to join you — and the photos you’ll be showing off to your friends and family for years to come of the experiences you’ve had as part of the movement for a progressive agenda for the nation.

    “All you have to do is add your name today for a chance to be there [. . . .]”

    RTF

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