Ted Cruz: ‘Climate Change” Has Become A Religion Rather Than A Science

And just to prove Ted wrong, Warmists will call for him to be prosecuted under blasphemy laws

(CNBC) The government regulations put in place to combat the “pseudoscientific theory” of man-made climate change drive up the cost of living for everyday Americans, GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz told CNBC on Friday.

“If you look at the world of global warming, it has become, in effect, a religion rather than a science,” the Texas senator said in a “Squawk Box” interview.

Expressing skepticism about whether changes in climate threaten the planet, Cruz blasted what he suggested was the left’s one-size-fits-all approach: “Whether it gets hotter or it gets colder, whether it gets wetter or drier, the climate is always changing. And the solution is identical … [for] cooling and warming. It’s massive government control over the economy.” (snip)

“Climate change is the perfect pseudoscientific theory for a power-hungry politician because it can never be disproven,” he said.

This is what I’ve been saying for a long time: every solution is about increasing the size, scope, and power of government. These solutions will harm the middle and lower classes. And they have set it up so that no matter what happens, it can be blamed on Hotcoldwetdry.

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3 Responses to “Ted Cruz: ‘Climate Change” Has Become A Religion Rather Than A Science”

  1. John says:

    Again Teach how is putting solar panels on a house doing anything OTHER than taking power away from the government and government regulated industries? The cost of solar keeps going down every year . Subsidies? That oil you burn when you figure the cost do you also add in the cost of keeping a fleet of navy ships guarding the Mideast oil?
    That religion? Last Gallup had 66% of American believing in it, that was a jump of 10% in one year.

  2. Dana says:

    John, has our host ever said anything against adding solar panels to your home? he might have, as I have, stated that such should not be subsidized by the government, but that doesn’t mean that he is against people going solar.

  3. Jeffery says:

    Rafi is just strutting and preening for his ignorati base.

    No, the Theory of AGW is not a religion.

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