Obviously, Christmas Is The Season To Worry About Climate Change (Plus Rule 5)

No matter what the subject is, Leftists will find a way to politicize it and ruin it: With Climate Change Looming, We Are The Ghosts Of Christmas Yet To Come

I am not suggesting that Dickens was prescient about climate change, in the fashion of the absurd claims made for Nostradamus. Nor do I think you should literally wear a hoodie (the modern equivalent of Grim Reaper garb) to the Christmas party, posing as “Ghost-of-Christmas-Yet-To-Come.”

Tis the season, however, to do what you can to help weaken the cult of climate denial.

Should you be invited to a Christmas party, don your best and prepare a ghostly response befitting a “How are you doing?” that may come your way.

It is Christmas – not partisan cage wrestling time. So, a polite, apolitical reply will suffice. ‘Fine really…though I’m concerned about climate change and have no idea what to do’ might be a good elicitation, for example. Take the conversation from there.

Someone deserves a good slapping, as the Brits like to say. Hey, look, climate change

The coldest air yet this season, and perhaps of the entire winter, has already swept across the Midwest behind a blizzard and will blast into the East through tonight.

Things will be fun in Chicago, thanks to global warming

Let’s go Brrrrrs! Let’s go Brrrrrs!

That’s what fans might be chanting today at Soldier Field, where near-blizzard conditions are expected to persist throughout the game between the NFC North-leading Bears (9-3) and the AFC East-leading New England Patriots (10-2). The combination of falling snow, violent wind gusts and plummeting temperatures could lead to some of the most severe weather conditions since 1963, when the Bears started tracking the elements.

Meanwhile, the global warming dazed turtles are now washing up on the shores of Virginia.

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