Alan Colmes Links Chile Earthquake With Global Warming

I was considering having the link in today’s upcoming Patriotic Pinup post, but, dude, Colmes has completely lost his mind on this one

LMGTS=Let me get this straight: A massive earthquake strikes Chile (pictured).  A tsunami is predicted for Hawaii. Yet, climate change and global warming deniers say it’s all a hoax.

He then attempts to link the two, but, seriously, Alan, you have reached the end of Moonbat Lane and turned onto the Totally Unhinged Expressway.

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Comment by Otter
2010-02-28 15:39:58

Who ever said warmists were Intelligent?

Comment by John Ryan
2010-02-28 17:25:52

in the USA Jan was .3C warmer than the mean Who ever said that climate change deniers believed in science ?

Comment by John Ryan
2010-02-28 17:32:04

climate change deniers say evolution is a hoax ! And this isn’t just some ex Foz News liberal this is a US Senator
In fact he is the leading denier in the US Senate. The major climate denier in the Senate denies evolution AND the age of the earth. Inhofe thinks that people keep putting those fossils in the ground. He thinks that humans and dinosaurs walked around together.

Comment by William Teach
2010-02-28 18:26:40

Care to post a link to that .3C report, John? Most parts of the country saw below average, by at least several degrees, temperatures during January.

Comment by captainfish
2010-03-01 00:04:23

Because I do not believe that man is causing global warming, then I must also not believe in hurricanes and earthquakes?!?!?!?

I think the bigger flakes are the ones who believe global warming affects plate tectonics.

These AGW people claim we are uneducated dolts, but their belief system continues to prove their idiocy.

Comment by Otter
2010-03-01 05:16:30

johnny should have added ‘higher than the mean Since records have been kept,,’ in other words, for about .000000001 % of the history of climate on the face of the Earth.

Comment by captainfish
2010-03-01 08:52:44

Hey Otter,
What do you mean? Don’t we have accurate digital records from when man first stood upright? Wait, do we not even have paper records from the time our Earth first cooled?

That is scary if true.
I mean, if we don’t have that…… (gulp), then how can we compare recent climate data to the past?

AAAAggghhhhh…. Oh, its all been a sham!! (goes crying off to the dark corner of a closet)

Comment by Trish
2010-03-02 13:11:11

Johnny’s back! Reasic and Johnny back in the fold again. It feels like old home week!
And all these ridiculous claims that the snow in the east, the lack of it in California, and of course the quakes all over are somehow man’s fault and we could have done something to alter these events. Woohoo! I can hear the arguments already- and it’s party time!
Welcome back John Ryan! Hope you are well.


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