Monday, April 23, 2007

Global Warmers

Forgive me for harping but the list of Global Warming hypocrites is at parity with the list of Global Warming activists. Over the weekend we get more documentation of the lifestyles of those who direly impore us to change our polluting ways. Sheryl crow who would have us wipe with one square to save trees, travels with an carboniferous entourage whose ecodamage outstrips my entire lifetime of wiping properly on a single journey.
Here is a nice rundown on this fruitcake.

Don't forget this shameless boob:
"Laurie David, the producer of "An Inconvenient Truth" and global warming activist, told Texas A&M students to change their "individual behavior" in order to consume fewer resources and to help battle global warming. As an employee of Easterwood Airport, I would like to point out that Mrs. David flew to our campus in a luxurious private jet, which could be seen from 10 miles away due to the thick plume of smog it left in its wake. I am neither denying nor confirming the epidemic of global warming, I am simply pointing out that hypocrites such as Mrs. David don't care about the environment, only their own political agendas. This is proven time and again by these celebrities' and lobbyist's "do as I say, not as I do" attitude.

Richard Pawlik
Class of 2007"

And of course the great Laurie David goes from A to B in a private jet. I guess he needs the privacy to think of complelling ways to convince me that my lifestyle is sinful.

Someone actually told me the other day that these people need to pollute so much because someone has to get the message out. It's magnificent really.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have yet to see a anti-global warming article on this blog that does anything but slam the spokesmen of the environmentalist camp. I find the amount of messages out there and most of their content to be tripe also but your pension for personal attacks makes me wonder if you are part of the relatiatory disinformation and obfuscation movement sponsored by the oil companies.