GOP Asks Obama To Provide Proof That Hotcoldwetdry Is A National Security Concern

Now, let’s be honest: climatic changes do pose a threat. It always has. It also can reduce threats. But, the question has never been about a warming climate, it’s over the causation. And Team Obama is all about Blamestorming mankind

(Daily Caller) Republican lawmakers are demanding the Obama administration back up with evidence a recent executive memoranda requiring federal officials to consider the impact of global warming on national security.

“The Committee has genuine interest in the climate science and information that the Administration claims impacts national security,” reads a letter to National Security Adviser Susan Rice from Texas Republican Rep. Lamar Smith — chairman of the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology.

Smith is referring to a memoranda the White House issued Wednesday demanding the “federal government to fully consider the impacts of climate change in the development and implementation of all national security policies and plans.”

Said memoranda would require that the agencies consider what Mankind does, and will simply waste time, money, and manpower on this silliness. I hope the GOP isn’t expecting a response, since Dear Leader has never been very responsive to this who “democracy” thing, and with only a few months left, he can’t be bothered.

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3 Responses to “GOP Asks Obama To Provide Proof That Hotcoldwetdry Is A National Security Concern”

  1. john says:

    Again Teach why not state what YOU think is the cause of our climate changing?

  2. john says:

    Dear leaders polls numbers have been positive for quite awhile now. His poll numbers are no longer mentioned by you are they?

  3. o0Nighthawk0o says:

    I think that Teach has answered the causation question many times.

    I myself think it is simply natural variation. The climate has always changed and always will. Even when mankind wasn’t even around.

    The climate is very complex and very little of what drives it is known and understood. This is evidenced by the climate models that continually fail.

    Speaking of that, by all means, let’s base our national security decisions on predictions based on failed computer models. What could go wrong?

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