Snow in Winter = Global Warming is a Lie.

Via elephant journal
on Feb 11, 2010
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global warming snow snowpocalypse
Al Gore, that lying sunnuvabitch.

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5 Responses to “Snow in Winter = Global Warming is a Lie.”

  1. A key reminder via RePower America (paragraph beginning "Climate Change deniers…")

    Extreme weather brings out some strange behavior.

    In the middle of this week's storm, Senator James Inhofe constructed an "igloo" in Washington, DC and posted a sign reading "Honk if you heart global warming." Senator Jim DeMint tweeted "It's going to keep snowing in DC until Al Gore cries uncle." Rush Limbaugh and Fox News chimed in with story after story distorting the facts to fit their dishonest narrative.

    Climate deniers like Inhofe and DeMint are willfully missing the point: Extreme weather is climate change! Not only does "Snowpocalypse" not disprove global warming, it actually matches scientific predictions that climate change will increase extreme weather events of many kinds, including heavy snowfalls in regions like the Northeast.

    Together, we can and must stop this disinformation campaign.

  2. […] For a far more informed, and funny take, click over to, yes, Colbert and Stewart. […]

  3. ARCreated says:

    so right now what's the weather like in DC? πŸ˜‰

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