Fossil Fueled Bus Driver Tells Us Why We Should Protest The Weather (And Enjoy The Gore Effect)

I’m guessing Fury Young forgot to read the memo that his own usage of fossil fuels is causing the planet to boil

Why protest climate change?

I’m a bus organizer for 350.org’s Forward on Climate rally. I’ve been on board with the protest for months now.

“Why is it important to protest climate change?” you might ask me. Because I feel it’s my civic duty as an earthling.

Whether or not you believe in global warming, it’s impossible to deny that the climate is changing. The 12 warmest years on record since 1850 have all occurred in the past 14 years. This past year broke the record by a wide margin. The planet is experiencing a wave of droughts, wildfires, storms, and floods. The cost of damages of just one of these disasters, the recent Hurricane Sandy, was $70 billion. The United Nations has estimated that the economic cost of such catastrophes, on a worldwide scale, could reach $600 billion annually by 2030.

As I’ve been doing one-on-one outreach, many subway riders and cafe denizens have asked me, “What are the protest’s specific goals?” I start with the macro, easy-to-grasp objective; that President Obama must enact policy to combat climate change. This flows into a more specific demand: to deny the Keystone XL pipeline’s construction.

Surprisingly, none of the groups goals include pledging to make their own lives “carbon neutral” in order to save Gaia from the weather. Because the climate has never changed during the past 4.5 billion years. Ever. Not once. It has always been stable in the fevered minds of climate astrologers.

Fortunately, there will be plenty of buses to take people to the rally in D.C. on February 17th, where they expect to make a human chain around the White House. They expect this to be the “largest climate rally in US history“, with a whopping 20,000 showing up. You can guess what the Earth has planned for the climate astrologers, right?

The average February daytime temperature for D.C. is 47F. Oh, wait, sorry, my bad, I forgot that current Warmist theology states that cold and snow are also caused by emissions from fossil fueled buses.

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6 Responses to “Fossil Fueled Bus Driver Tells Us Why We Should Protest The Weather (And Enjoy The Gore Effect)”

  1. john says:

    Carbon neutral is difficult to achieve but everyone can reduce their carbon footprint some, just as nationally we ALL are doing. Keep up the good work Teach on reducing your carbon footprint (either intentionally or otherwise)

  2. john says:

    and the guy is not a bus driver. And why do you hate all the catholics because tehir Pope supports stopping climate change. The Pope is a warmist don’t hate him Stop IT !.

  3. gitarcarver says:

    And why do you hate all the catholics because tehir Pope supports stopping climate change. The Pope is a warmist don’t hate him Stop IT !

    How can that be john?

    You said earlier this week the only people who don’t believe in “climate change” are those “who believe in the Bible.

    So which one is it, john? Does the Pope not believe in the Bible? Or does he not believe in climate change?

    Here’s a third choice of an answer for you: You are so void of intellectual honesty and facts that you can’t be consistent and therefore rest on hypocrisy as a way of “debate.”

    Trolls are like that, you know.

  4. Hey, John, why do so few Warmists attempt to reduce their own footprint?

  5. Rob in Katy says:

    The climate is always changing, personally i think that it is probably easier to farm and ranch in the warmer cycles…LET IT BURN!!!

  6. Gumball_Brains says:

    “Why is it important to protest climate change?”

    Idioits. Protesting to stop the world from changing its own climate.

    I bet on weekends they protest against moss growing on boulders. Either that or they protest against gravity.

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