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By GW=MCHammered, December 12, 2007 at 8:00 am Link to this comment
Column A Thinking or Column B?
How lucky do you feel?
By Douglas Chalmers, December 11, 2007 at 4:18 pm Link to this comment
There are TWO things this world and the human race are most at risk of. One is climate change but the other is still a nuclear WAR.
Soon, only ONE of these negative scenarios will exist. Please make sure that the countries of the world do NOT add nuclear warfare (including pre-emptive strikes) to the climate-change causes.
You have the option NOW of eliminating all WMD’s of all kinds as murder weapons and destroyers of the human race, the environment and the Mother Earth.
Fail to do so and the warlike nations will choose for you. Climate change will be accelerated AND the human race will no longer be able to survive on this Earth!!!
Quote MoveOn.org : President Bush won’t be joining the world leaders gathered in Bali this week for the most important UN climate conference ever. But Al Gore will.
Al Gore just accepted the Nobel Peace Prize. Now he’s heading straight to the Bali conference to call for a visionary global treaty to stop climate change. With the world watching, he’ll bring our petition signatures onto the stage to show the world where Americans stand.
By ocjim, December 11, 2007 at 1:33 pm Link to this comment
This quote from Variety provides no hope for dealing with global warming under this feckless administration. The sooner we rid ourselves of this plague the better. The combination of rubber stamps and wimps in Congress are no inspiration.
The White House routinely denied media requests for interviews on global warming with any government scientists who did not completely support President Bush’s views on the controversial issue, a new House report has charged. “Political Interference With Climate Change Science Under the Bush Administration,” compiled by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, was released Monday morning at about the same time that news orgs were reporting on former vice president Al Gore’s Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech. Gore won the prize for his work on environmental issues, particularly global warming, the focus of his Oscar-winning doc “An Inconvenient Truth.” (Variety)
By Eso, December 11, 2007 at 11:14 am Link to this comment
I am wondering if Mr. Aislin will do a similar political cartoon showing the use of waterbording on some famous politician.
By Blackspeare, December 10, 2007 at 4:58 pm Link to this comment
Global warming——bring it on! I’m tired of clearing snow. From what I read global warming will benefit more people than it harms and a good rule to follow is to do the most good for the most people!
By GW=MCHammered, December 9, 2007 at 2:21 pm Link to this comment
Almost Number 1 by Bu$hCo standards!
COMMITMENT TO CLIMATE
Sweden First, US almost Last, Says Study
A new report rates the climate-protection performance of 56 countries that account for 90 percent of global carbon dioxide emissions. While Germany came in at second best, the US ranked second worst.
By QuyTran, December 8, 2007 at 6:01 am Link to this comment
It really looked alike Bush/Cheney empire inflame !
By Eso, December 8, 2007 at 1:33 am Link to this comment
A dramatic picture.I am not in the know, but wonder why there are not more such that incorporate photos.
By GW=MCHammered, December 7, 2007 at 11:45 pm Link to this comment
Threats are word then maybe sticks-n-stones. I don’t like what I see. 100 years ago, mankind wasn’t pumping daily megatons into the atmosphere. It’s chemistry. Not politics.
By Douglas Chalmers, December 7, 2007 at 9:58 pm Link to this comment
A global war is still mankind’s biggest threat!
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