Thursday, October 22, 2009

Belief in Global Warming Drops; Obama Responds with Polar Bear Habitat

Belief in the myth of Global Warming has dropped 20 points in the last 3 years according to polling done by the Pew Research Center. Obama has followed this up by opening a polar bear habitat in Alaska, which will make drilling for oil and natural gas there much more difficult.

The global warming "debate" has been in the spotlight a bit more than usual in the last month with the left freaking out over books that disprove it, to Al Gore kicking out people who ask about it, to the new hit documentary "Not Evil Just Wrong" bashing it. There is a rising tide of people and scientists now coming out to disprove the propaganda of global warming, and not a moment too soon.

This habitat isn't meant to save polar bears, which have a population 5 times larger now than 50 years ago, but is meant to counter the flood of evidence against global warming now coming out by making global warming hoaxers appear more legitimate, while at the same time blocking drilling for oil and natural gas. An easy way to kill two birds with one stone.

"Gov. Sean Parnell, who succeeded Palin upon her resignation last summer, said the Endangered Species Act was being used as a way to shut down resource development along Alaska's northern coast. Parnell said he does not intend to let that happen."

So what can we do to put an end to this attack on our economy and our personal lives once and for all? Don't let up! Show the facts to the people you know. The momentum is now in our favor, but can easily be turned around again if we let it. 


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