Krugman Wants Climate Realists Punished In The Afterlife

Yeah, this is the same guy who owns a massive McMansion with a giant “carbon footprint” as he pushes for Other People to be forced onto mass transit

(NY Times) And the thing is that these are externalities that everyone can see. You can deny global warming (and may you be punished in the afterlife for doing so — this kind of denial for petty personal or political reasons is an almost inconceivable sin). But can anyone deny that more drivers means more traffic congestion?

Well, maybe I’m understating the power of denial. But still, this is a totally obvious case for government intervention that’s staring us in the face every time we hit the road.

Gotta love that civil tone, wishing pain and agony on people who fail to share the climate astrologer’s point of view. Oh, and notice how Krugman’s rant morphs into wishing for more fascistic government?

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5 Responses to “Krugman Wants Climate Realists Punished In The Afterlife”

  1. I don’t think St Peter’s going to like disingenuous tools any more than gross polluters, frankly

  2. Probably not. He’ll probably ask why people like Paul spent their lives lying and scare mongering

  3. Gumball_Brains says:

    I dont understand why he wants the government to take more cars off the road when he’s driving on them.

    I mean, that sounds … almost, elitist.

  4. john says:

    The last Pope tried to absolve Himself from the sin of carbon fouling by making the Vatican the first state to go all solar. He may be canonized at a layer date.

  5. gitarcarver says:

    The sin of carbon fouling?

    Please show me where you got that one from. Every time ypu say something about religion, like a typical liberal, you only demonstrate massive ignorance.

    Even if you want to say there us such a :sin,” why aren’t you blaming Klugman for that sin? Better yet, why haven’t you stooped “carbin fouling?”

    Don’t bother answering, we all know the reason is that ypu believe liberals should dictate lifestyles and decisions for everyone else, but not live by those decisions themselves.

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