Obama Takes Credit For A Trend Which Started Under Bush

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9 Responses to Obama Takes Credit For A Trend Which Started Under Bush

  1. Andy DC says:

    We have healed the planet. Below normal hurricanes, typhoons, fires, etc. The environmentalist nutcases should declare victory. But ithat would mean no more money for their agenda, so the hysteria continues.

  2. Pathway says:

    It’s hard to transport when you can’t afford the fuel.

  3. bullright says:

    Hey, they discovered a new prehistoric fish. He can take credit for that too? Maybe they can name it after him.

  4. Gamecock says:

    What is “CO2 pollution?”

  5. LOL in Oregon says:

    Wait, wait, wait,
    Of course Neville Obama
        (“Peace in our time! Let Iran have that reactor, they promise not to use it!)
    is “responsible” for everything good
        it’s the Chicago Politician way!
        …and youse better not object or wes got cement overshoes that fit’ya, real good!

    • Gamecock says:

      I was thinking today that Obama was an intercity punk. He issued waivers and made functional changes to Obamacure. Last count I heard was 15 changes. None of which were authorized by the law.

      The intercity punk who is busted for crimes goes in front of the judge, and the judge, more interested in “rehabilitating” the punk than in protecting the community, lets the punk off. After 10 to 15 iterations of this revolving-door-justice, the punk has escalated up to committing murder. The judge had condemned the punk to his death spiral, thinking he was doing the punk, and the community, a favor.

      Obama has pulled so many unauthorized changes to Obamacure, and GOTTEN AWAY WITH IT, he has escalated now to where he simply says he will “allow” people to not follow parts of the law. Constitutionally, he just committed murder.

  6. Steve says:

    CO2 has never been nor will ever be a pollutant!
    Great guest essay from Tim Ball over at WUWT:

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