Saturday, July 21, 2012

Bleaching in the sun

As much of America's heartland turns to desert, at least for this crop year and Texas perhaps permanently, the availability of food comes into question. You might expect that conservative global warming deniers would have a bounty of words to eat. Sadly, stupidity knows no bounds. They still cling to the weasel words, "you can't link a weather event to global warming". When extreme and formerly rare weather events become the new normal, the bones of that reasoning are just bleaching in the sun.

The fall back position for the intelligence challenged is that food production will simply move north into Canada when Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Arkansas, Missouri and most of Iowa become uninhabitable. Yeah, that'll work. At least the refugees will get free healthcare.

It's incredible that there is a very real possibility that we could elect a President that just tells outrageous lies. Willard doesn't even bother with the hypothetical economic and security promises that Bush made in order to get appointed by the Supreme Court. He's simply running on the notion that Obama is so bad that an idiot like him would be better. If we let this happen, then we really don't deserve to survive as a species, and we won't.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I guess it would have helped to acutally have won the War of 1812. Otherwise, the only ones getting into Canada are those with a liquid net worth north of about $2M. Then again, if we can locate a few "terrorists" north of the border....

Anonymous said...

Yahoo has been struggling for the last decade. They have went through 5 CEOs in the last 5 years. .. looking for someone to turn around business. ... Obama has 4 years, see no reason to give him another 4 years. He has shot his wad with everything he knows (which isn't much) to do. Why not give another person a shot as Prez. If Mitt doesn't workout, kick him to the curb, too. Pure madness to expect Obama to do anything with another 4 years.

prairie2 said...

if Mitt doesn't work out? there will be many on the curb, but not him. He'll join his money in a villa on The Caymans.