Good Grief: Waldo Canyon Fire Is “What Climate Change Looks Like”

Warmists really can’t help themselves

(People’s World) Colorado’s Waldo Canyon Fire – which has forced the evacuation of 35,000 people, destroyed 346 homes, and burned for six days at the edge of Colorado Springs – is the most destructive brushfire on record for the state. According to experts, this havoc is just the beginning of what global warming will wreak in the future.

This is what climate change looks like.

If the writer, Blake Deppe, really was worried about the world getting hot, you’d think he’d wear something other than all black. Alas, Steven Goddard proves just how bad the climate change has been

I guess now we can add “flat-lined” to “hot” and “cold” as a result of climate change.

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4 Responses to “Good Grief: Waldo Canyon Fire Is “What Climate Change Looks Like””

  1. john says:

    but wasn’t 2012 the year that globull COOLING was supposed to start?

  2. Gumball_Brains says:

    Teach, did you just claim that the state of Colorado flat-lined?

    For shame!!!

    Did you just say that the people in Colorado should get a cold and flat-line?

    I’m just pointing out what “john” here can only see.

    Hey, “john”, how long has it been since you stopped using your A/C? When did you start using solar power to heat your water for your monthly showers? Are you sticking to your one piece of toilet paper per restroom visit like a good liberal? And I know you are using organic shampoo and deodorant as well, right?

    How well is your food garden working out? Have you moved in to a 20sqft/person residential spot for the sake of overcrowding and fairness?

    And, I’m am positive that you got rid of your evil gas-guzzling CO2-producing small car and replaced it with a hemp-based beach-wood carved bicycle. right?

    If you haven’t done these things… why not?

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  4. Can you point to who said that, John? I notice that you avoided discussion of actual hard data.

    I’m worried that Colorado could turn into a zombie state if the temps stay flatlined any longer.

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