Al Gore: I invented Global Warming after I invented the internet, right Jon Stewart?

Can a Nobel Socialism/Marxism Prize be created for the likes of Al Gore, Jimmy Carter, and Barack Obama so folks who actually deserve a Nobel Peace Prize can get one?

How about a Nobel Prize for Global Bullsh!t? I am sure Michael Moore would qualify for several along with the loony socialist buddies of his mentioned above.

Then there is the Lame Stream Media… Perhaps CNN can fact check the following comedy skit by Jon Stewart. I would pay to see that! hahaha

Was that Al Gore selling soap flakes global warming at a book store?? looked like a socialist commercial to me… order your Al Gore global warming crock o’ crap today and give your money to the Socialists?

I don’t think so…

Barbara (CALL ME SENATOR!) Boxer
needs a place in the below video


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Additional reading…

HOTAiR:Video: Jon Stewart dumps on Climategate researchers
Dick Morris:OBAMA CHANNELS BUSH
Heritage Foundation:  Climategate: From Skepticism to Investigation
Gateway Pundit:
White House Still Believes In Non-Existent Global Warming
Gay Patriot:
On global warming, “The science is settled…
Sister Toldjah:
ClimateGate fallout continues: CRU admits original data deleted
American Power: President Obama’s Afghanistan Speech (VIDEO)
The Anchoress: Staying on top of Climategate

Texas For Palin: A.P. Throws Bogus Headline on Palin to see if it Sticks (update)
Conservatives For Palin: Sarah Palin: Faith, Family, Freedom: Remembering What Really Matters
Nice Deb:
Amazing Coincidence!: “Obama Years Ago Helped Fund Carbon Program He Is Now Pushing Through Congress”
Frugal Café: Uh, Oh… Jon Stewart Mocks Al Gore and ClimateGate Liars (video)
Talk Wisdom: A Communist Returns to the Climategate Cuckoos Nest
Temple of MUT: We do not seek battle as we are, nor shun it!

Michelle Malkin: All the president’s ClimateGate deniers and Hot Air » Blog Archive » Boxer: You know what the real issue is in Climategate? E-mail theft
Patterico’s Pontifications: East Anglia CRU Chief Steps Down (For Now)
BUUUUURRRRNING HOT: Richard S. Lindzen – The Climate Science Isn’t Settled
Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion: Comparing Obama To Brezhnev
Moonbat Patrol: Just In Time For Christmas An Afghan Policy, Or Not?
SamHenry’s Blog: Mischianza- Notes on Canada and A Little Night Music for December 2, 2009
VotingFemale Speaks!:
Number of Democrats Falls to Four-Year Low, so says Rasmussen Poll; butt kicking of Socialsim mounts

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25 Responses to Al Gore: I invented Global Warming after I invented the internet, right Jon Stewart?

  1. Foxwood says:

    Seems my cannon missfired this morning!

  2. VotingFemale says:

    Keep your power dry dear! ;)

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  4. tellitlikeitis says:

    Researcher: NASA hiding climate data

    The fight over global warming science is about to cross the Atlantic with a U.S. researcher poised to sue NASA, demanding release of the same kind of climate data that has landed a leading British center in hot water over charges it skewed its data.

    Chris Horner, a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, said NASA has refused for two years to provide information under the Freedom of Information Act that would show how the agency has shaped its climate data and would explain why the agency has repeatedly had to correct its data going as far back as the 1930s.

    “I assume that what is there is highly damaging,” Mr. Horner said. “These guys are quite clearly bound and determined not to reveal their internal discussions about this.”

    The numbers matter. Under pressure in 2007, NASA recalculated its data and found that 1934, not 1998, was the hottest year in its records for the contiguous 48 states. NASA later changed that data again, and now 1998 and 2006 are tied for first, with 1934 slightly cooler.

    Mr. Horner, a noted global warming skeptic and author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming and Environmentalism, wants a look at the data and the discussions that went into those changes. He said he’s given the agency until the end of the year to comply or else he’ll sue to compel the information’s release.

    His fight mirrors one in Europe that has sprung up over the the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit in the UK after thousands of e-mails from the center were obtained and appear to show researchers shaving their data to make it conform to their expectation, and show efforts to try to drive global warming skeptics out of the conversation.

    The center’s chief has stepped down pending an investigation into the e-mails.

    The center has also had to acknowledge in response to a freedom of information request under British law that it tossed out much of the raw data that it used to draw up the temperature models that have underpinned much of the science behind global warming.

    Mr. Horner suspects the same sort of data-shaving has happened at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS), another leading global warming research center

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/dec/03/researcher-says-nasa-hiding-climate-data/

  5. tellitlikeitis says:

    Tony Fratto: Job Creation Honesty is Job One

    The U.S. unemployment rate today is estimated at 10.2%, and considerably higher if underemployed and discouraged workers are counted. Tomorrow, that rate is almost certain to be higher when the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases its estimates for November payrolls.

    Economically, these are distressing numbers. The economy can’t sustain growth until the labor market recovers. Final demand still matters, and a successful economy still needs people willing to buy stuff, and people don’t buy stuff when they don’t have jobs or fear for their jobs.

    Politically, the jobs data are disastrous for the Obama Administration and Democrats in Congress, and its the reason the White House organized today’s Jobsapaloozafest in Washington.

    For a White House that has shown itself this year to be myopically focused on rhetoric to get through the daily news cycle, the stubborn, steady increase in the unemployment rate — reported in scheduled monthly increments — is bedeviling. The panicked frenzy of jobs talk today is an effort to keep the jobs conundrum from continuing to impact the Administration’s current legislative efforts — on health care, energy, and regulatory reform, and later, on deficit reduction.

    The White House would have a better chance of making its case had it not over-promised on job creation earlier this year when it passed its mammoth spending bill.

    Back then, trying to secure votes for the $787 billion bill, White House economists not only estimated a much lower unemployment rate, they ignored all history, all academic work on labor markets, and predicted a hiring turnaround this year. Now they’re left dealing with the consequences of their hopeful predictions: a dispirited American public, and members of Congress scrambling to save their careers.

    If the Obama Administration’s economic team — Larry Summers, Tim Geithner, Christine Romer and Jared Bernstein, had been honest in their job growth predictions earlier this year, they would have more credibility today in explaining the state of the economy.

    An honest assessment of the U.S. economic outlook in February would have predicted that job growth was going to lag — and because of the unique nature of this recession, job growth would certainly lag longer.

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    What the Obama economic team had to know was that job creation large enough to bring down the unemployment rate could not occur this year, even with the rosy estimates of GDP growth, since discredited, they peddled to pass the stimulus bill in February.

    When an economy emerges from recession, job growth is last to recover — after corporate profits, and after increases in business investment. Business investment only comes when businesses are confident that the recovery can be sustained. And businesses are not yet confident of a sustained economic outlook.

    The outlook of the business community — the people who create jobs and hire Americans — remains uncertain. They see stimulus spending running out of steam, and a continued lack of access to credit. And across a broad array of policy areas — everything from health care, energy, regulation, trade, investment, and tax policy — the business community sees risks to their business models.

    Job creation will eventually return, but it’s going to be a long road to work through these uncertainties before we get there.

    Nothing the Administration says today will change the likelihood that the unemployment rate will remain high for a long time. The best the Obama Administration can do today is throw out its past predictions and give Americans an honest outlook.

    http://www.cnbc.com/id/34255945

  6. VotingFemale says:

    I’m gonna add this vid to da blogpost!

  7. samiam60 says:

    Seems the White House is the Only Place Hiring these days.

    The White House

    Office of the Press Secretary
    For Immediate Release
    December 02, 2009
    President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts, 12/02/09

    WASHINGTON – Today, President Barack Obama announced his intent to nominate the following individuals to key administration posts:

    * Rosemary DiCarlo, United States Deputy Representative to the United Nations, with the rank of Ambassador, United States Mission to the United Nations
    * Brooke D. Anderson, Alternate Representative of the United States of America for Special Political Affairs to the United Nations, with the rank of Ambassador and to be an Alternate Representative of the United States of America to the Sessions of the General Assembly of the United Nations during her tenure of service as Alternate Representative of the United States of America for Special Political Affairs in the United Nations, United States Mission to the United Nations
    * Douglas B. Wilson, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs, Department of Defense
    * Malcolm Ross O’Neill, Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology), Department of Defense
    * Jackalyne Pfannenstiel, Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Installations and Environment), Department of Defense
    * Donald L. Cook, Deputy Administrator for Defense Programs, National Nuclear Security Administration, Department of Energy

    President Obama said, “I am honored that these talented individuals have decided to join my administration and serve our country, and I look forward to working with them in the months and years ahead.”

    President Obama announced his intent to nominate the following individuals today:

    Rosemary DiCarlo, Nominee for United States Deputy Representative to the United Nations, with the rank of Ambassador
    Ms. Rosemary DiCarlo has served as U.S. Alternate Representative to the United Nations since August 2008. Previously, she was Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs from 2005-2008. A career member of the Senior Foreign Service, she served as Director for United Nations Affairs at the National Security Council and as the Washington Deputy to the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations. Ms. DiCarlo also held the position of U.S. Coordinator for Stability Pact Implementation (Southeast Europe) at the Department of State. In addition to two assignments at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, Ms. DiCarlo worked as Director for Democratic Initiatives in the Office of U.S. Assistance to the New Independent States at the Department of State. Earlier in her career she served as Coordinator for Russian/Eurasian Affairs at the U.S. Information Agency and at the U.S. Embassy in Norway. Ms. DiCarlo holds State Department Superior Honor Awards for her work in the New Independent States and Southeast Europe. She speaks fluent Russian and French. Before joining the Foreign Service, Ms. DiCarlo was a member of the Secretariat of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). She holds a B.A., an M.A. and a Ph.D. from Brown University. A former associate at the Russian Research Center, Harvard University, Ms. DiCarlo was also an International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX) scholar at Moscow State University.

    Brooke D. Anderson, Nominee for Alternate Representative of the United States of America for Special Political Affairs in the United Nations, with the rank of Ambassador
    Brooke D. Anderson currently serves as Chief of Staff and Counselor to Ambassador Susan E. Rice at the United States Mission to the United Nations. With more than 20 years experience working in the public policy arena, Ms. Anderson has worked at the White House National Security Council, the U.S. Department of Energy, for members of Congress and in the nonprofit and private sectors. Ms. Anderson was Chief National Security Spokesperson and Policy Advisor for the Obama-Biden Transition Team and a member of the White House National Security Council Transition Team. Ms. Anderson previously worked for the Nuclear Threat Initiative, a nonprofit co-chaired by former Senator Sam Nunn and Ted Turner, which focuses on reducing global threats from nuclear, biological and chemical weapons. While at the National Security Council under President Bill Clinton, Ms. Anderson was Senior Director for Communications and Special Assistant for National Security Affairs. Ms. Anderson has worked on congressional and presidential campaigns, including Senator John Kerry’s 2004 Presidential campaign. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in 1986.

    Douglas B. Wilson, Nominee for Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs, Department of Defense
    Douglas B. Wilson currently serves as Executive Vice President of the Howard Gilman Foundation, overseeing the development and implementation of the Foundation’s domestic and international policy programs, including the U.S.-Muslim Engagement Initiative. Mr. Wilson also serves as President of The Leaders Project, which he co-founded in 2001 with former Defense Secretary William Cohen, and as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Public Diplomacy Collaborative at Harvard University. From 1997-1999, Mr. Wilson served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs. He spent a year as National Political Director of the Democratic Leadership Council before returning to the Pentagon in the summer of 2000 to become Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs. During his tenure at the Pentagon, Mr. Wilson coordinated communications and long-range public affairs strategy on issues including defense reform, base closures, NATO expansion and military quality of life. He was twice presented the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service, the Pentagon’s top civilian honor. Mr. Wilson has also served as Director of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs for the U.S. Information Agency and as foreign policy advisor to U.S. Senator Gary Hart. Mr. Wilson began his career as a Foreign Service Information Officer at U.S. diplomatic posts in Naples, Rome, and London. He serves on the Boards of Directors of Third Way, The U.S. Center for Citizen Diplomacy and the National Security Network. Mr. Wilson graduated from Stanford University and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.

    Malcolm Ross O’Neill, Nominee for Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology), Department of Defense
    Lt. Gen (ret.) Malcolm O’Neill is currently a consultant and Chairman of the Board on Army Science and Technology of the National Academies. He is responsible for leading a team of scientists, engineers, and policy experts who discern key Army technical issues and define the areas in which studies by the National Research Council can assist the Army to exploit advanced technologies in Army systems. From 2000 until his retirement in 2006, Lt. Gen O’Neill was Vice President and Chief Technical Officer of Lockheed Martin Corporation and provided staff supervision for Lockheed Martin’s approximately 60,000 engineers and scientists, planned the independent R&D investment portfolio across the corporation, and sponsored cooperative technology development efforts with GE Global Research Center and Sandia National Laboratory. He previously served at Lockheed Martin as Vice President, Mission Success and Operations, in the Space and Strategic Missiles Sector, where he was responsible for the establishment of processes and practices which ensured that space and strategic missile systems would perform at the highest levels of reliability and effectiveness. Before joining Lockheed Martin, Lt. Gen O’Neill served in the U.S. Army for 34 years, where he completed a combat arms tour as an infantryman, was wounded twice in Vietnam, and later reverted to Army Ordnance and became a uniformed acquisition specialist. He received a Ph.D. in Physics from Rice University in Houston, was a program manager for DARPA, NATO, the Army, and the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization. He commanded the Army Laboratory Command and served in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Research, Development and Acquisition. Lt. Gen O’Neill’s last military assignment was as Director of the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization, reporting directly to Under Secretary of Defense. He is an Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics; he is also a Member of the National Academy of Engineering.

    Jackalyne Pfannenstiel, Nominee for Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Installations and Environment), Department of Defense
    Jackalyne Pfannenstiel is the former Chairman of the State of California Energy Commission, a state regulatory body with authority over power plant licensing, building and appliance efficiency standards, and energy policy development. Ms. Pfannenstiel was appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to a five-year term on the Commission in 2004 and served until January 2009. Her responsibilities included licensing of new generating facilities and development of California’s integrated plan to meet the State’s goals for capping greenhouse gas emissions. She chaired the Governor’s Climate Action Team subgroup on Energy and Land Use and worked on the creation of California’s low carbon fuel standards. Ms. Pfannenstiel also spearheaded implementation of the state’s new solar home initiative, creating a working group comprised of home builders and solar industry companies. Prior to her role at the Energy Commission, Ms. Pfannenstiel served as an independent energy consultant, providing assistance to wind energy development projects, as well as helping local housing authorities manage energy costs in public housing facilities. Previously, Ms. Pfannenstiel spent 20 years at Pacific Gas and Electric Company and its parent, PG&E Corporation. In 1987, she was promoted to Vice President of Strategic Planning at PG&E, the first woman to become a corporate officer. In 1988, she led the company’s participation in a multi-party energy efficiency collaborative proceeding which produced many of California’s innovative regulatory policies promoting energy efficiency and demand response. Ms. Pfannenstiel is currently a member of the Board of Trustees of Clark University and chairs the committee on university facilities. She is also a Director of Energy Recovery, Inc., a company that makes efficient flow devices for seawater desalination plants. Ms. Pfannenstiel graduated from Clark University with a B.A. in Economics and the University of Hartford with a M.A. in Economics.

    Donald L. Cook, Nominee for Deputy Administrator for Defense Programs, National Nuclear Security Administration, Department of Energy
    Dr. Donald L. Cook was the Managing Director of the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) in the United Kingdom from 2006 to 2009. In this capacity, he was accountable for AWE’s performance on the contract with the U.K. Ministry of Defence, which includes support of the U.K. Trident warheads and development and sustainment of capability in nuclear weapon design, development, manufacturing, qualification, assembly, transport, support in service, and finally, decommissioning, dismantlement, and disposal. Prior to heading AWE, Dr. Cook worked at Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico for 28 years in Pulsed Power Sciences, Microtechnologies, Infrastructure, and Security. From 1999-2006, he was Director of the MESA Program Center, accountable for design and construction of the Microsystems and Engineering Sciences Applications (MESA) complex. In 2003, he assumed Program Director responsibilities for Sandia’s Infrastructure Program and for Sandia’s Safeguards and Security Technologies Program, which responded to a new Design Basis Threat. From 1977-1999, Dr. Cook led efforts in pulsed power accelerator design and experimentation, fusion research, hydrodynamics, radiography, diagnostic development, and computational code development. He managed the Sandia Inertial Confinement Fusion program from 1984-1993 and was Director of Pulsed Power Sciences from 1993-1999. Dr. Cook is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and the Institute of Physics (IOP).

  8. Foxwood says:

    VF said:
    “Keep your power dry dear! ;)

    I put the talcum on in the morning, but in Louisiana, the humidity is so bad that by the end of the day, the talcum has done turned into tartar sauce.

  9. VotingFemale says:

    Foxwood, did you know the Louisiana Medical Association has come out as opposing ObamaCare?

    I am researching for a blogpost on well over 100,000 doctors are now formally publically opposing ObamaCare as organized Medical Associations in LA, CA, TX, OH, and FL

    just texas and california alone that is almost 80,000 doctors rejecting ObamaCare

    it’s gonna be a long winter of Obama’s Discontent

  10. tellitlikeitis says:

    The health care bill is like a rotting carcass. The more it’s out there, the more it stinks and the more people are going to turn against it.

  11. LisaInTX says:

    Good morning all
    The vid with Jon Stewart was soooooo funny!!! hahahahaha

    The one of Gore at the book signing was inspirational. Well done of those shouting and exposing the haoxster for the NWO freak he is.

  12. LisaInTX says:

    Meet Obama’s climate ‘experts’
    Socialists, conspiracy theorists, supporters of spreading wealth

    http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=117804

  13. LisaInTX says:

    Cass Sunstein posited: “We agree that if the United States does spend a great deal
    on emissions reductions as part of an international agreement, and if the agreement does give particular help to disadvantaged people, considerations of distributive justice support its action, even if better redistributive mechanisms are imaginable.

    “If the United States agrees to participate in a climate change agreement on terms that are not in the nation’s interest, but that help the world as a whole, there would be no reason for complaint, certainly if such participation is more helpful to poor nations than conventional foreign-aid alternatives,” he wrote.

    Sunstein maintains: “If we care about social welfare, we should approve of a situation in which a wealthy nation is willing to engage in a degree of self-sacrifice when the world benefits more than that nation loses.”

    The argument bears striking resemblance to comments made by Obama’s former environmental adviser, Van Jones. WND reported Jones used a major environmental convention earlier this year to argue for spreading America’s wealth.

  14. VotingFemale says:

    Hi Lisa!!

    been workin on a blogpost… lot of pick and shovel work on that one… almost done

  15. LisaInTX says:

    In Sunstein’s book, the Obama appointee openly argues for bringing socialism to the U.S. and even lends support to communism.

    “During the Cold War, the debate about [social welfare] guarantees took the form of pervasive disagreement between the United States and its communist adversaries. Americans emphasized the importance of civil and political liberties, above all free speech and freedom of religion, while communist nations stressed the right to a job, health care and a social minimum.”

    What the Commies don’t understand—-If a person/nation has Civil Liberties and protected Freedoms, The “RIGHT to a JOB” and all the other propaganda they spew, is already AVAILABLE to us and OURS without being controlled or distributed by the long arm of government.
    To be so ‘smart”—these people are total IDIOTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  16. LisaInTX says:

    Hey VF
    I understand —new day and thousand things to report on that the commies are pulling…..geez….

    I’ve gotta run for awhile—need new lights for the tree—CATS!! (my little manx Cubby, the ‘Mega beast” especially) gotta love them rascals….ended up tying my tree to the wall to secure it from falling…Hahahaha

  17. VotingFemale says:

    I hear there are new types of lights… LED christmas lights… go figger

  18. Foxwood says:

    “Foxwood, did you know the Louisiana Medical Association has come out as opposing ObamaCare?”

    Yeah, but Mary doesn’t care. She knows what’s best for us in Louisiana. And Harry didn’t even take her to dinner and a movie, let alone a kiss. He did leave her $300 million tho.

  19. Foxwood says:

    I stopped putting lights in the tree. My cats like to chew things. But it is funny to have cats in the tree, tho.

  20. Foxwood says:

    AlGore’s new song on ElRushbo is great. I may have to get Paul Shanklin’s new CD.

  21. Foxwood says:

    Ennie meanie chilli beanie
    The spirits are about to speak!

    I sense a new blog post!

  22. VotingFemale says:

    yes you do!!!!!!!!!!!!

  23. 1dragon says:

    Al Gore couldn’t turn on a light switch if someone didn’t show him how to do it first.

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