Oh, Noes! GOP Candidates Should Believe In Climate Change (Hoax) Because Of Their Religions

So says Eleni Towns at  partisan hack and uber alarmist Joe Romm’s website

Many of the GOP presidential candidates are seeking the votes of church-goers and religious conservatives by presenting themselves as strong defenders of their faith.

However, while candidates mostly agree with their respective churches on issues like abortion and same-sex marriage, they are mostly silent when it comes to environmental issues. Why? Perhaps because their stances directly conflict with the positions of their churches.

A number of leading candidates have embraced an extremist anti-environment platform, in which they deny climate change science, call for the elimination of the Environmental Protection Agency, and support the deregulation of the oil and coal industries.

It keeps going on and on and on, yet, belief in the Cult Of Gore is not a denial of “environmental issues.” Belief in anthropogenic global warming is not an environmental issue at all: it is strictly a political issue, one based on control, which is what most “progressive” policies are about. They are the antithesis of freedom. The AGW crowd has subsumed all real environmental issues under its banner, damaging the legitimacy of those real issues.

But, the Alarmists have to attempt to do something to continue propping up their dying religion. And seeing a Republican gain the White House, one who doesn’t toe the line on AGW, would not help them continue to push for more regulations and control.

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4 Responses to “Oh, Noes! GOP Candidates Should Believe In Climate Change (Hoax) Because Of Their Religions”

  1. mojo says:

    While I MAY be a Christian, and even attend church – please, lefties, no tears – I generally don’t let preachers and their ilk do my thinking for me.

    On AGW hoopla or pretty much anything else. I figure that’s why God issued me a brain.

  2. Otis P. Driftwood says:

    “they are mostly silent when it comes to environmental issues. Why? Perhaps because their stances directly conflict with the positions of their churches.”

    That is quite possibly the most asinine comment I have heard today, and I have heard a bunch. I’m not aware of any church, outside of the Church Of The Goreacle, that even mentions the environment. People don’t go to church for that. Fish fries, car washes, bingo, Salvation – yes. Globull warming – no.

  3. captainfish says:

    There are many liberal churches that only focus on liberal cultural and societal issues. Rev Wright ring a bell?

    Many liberal christian ideologues try to impose their socialistic ideas upon the christian religion by claiming GOD put us in charge of this earth thus we need to not do anything to change it.

    But, if you believe in GOD, you have to believe that GOD is in control and we are trivial in his sight and control. If you believe you can control his creation — to me that is blasphemous.

  4. gitarcarver says:

    I have probably attended over a hundred churches and have never heard anything other than we should be good stewards of the planet.

    That does not mean buying into AGW or any other thing that is false. In fact, a case could be made that AGW is a “god” to the people that believe in it to the point of fanaticism. ((And that would be a big no-no in Judaism or Christianity.)

    As for the disbandment of the EPA and other stuff this person said, his argument is not based in reality. No pastor I have ever seen or heard has ever said anything about it. Actually, since the EPA has caused suffering in banning DDT, limiting hydroelectric power, and cutting off water to California farmers, if anything pastors would agree with the disbanding of the EPA and other government agencies that have caused and continue to cause suffering amongst people.

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