Friday, December 28, 2007

A Few Questions Wouldn't Hurt

Pat Sajak -- yes, that Pat Sajak, of "Wheel of Fortune" fame -- has written a column in which he asks ten questions. These are questions that he says make him skeptical of the "manmade global warming" arguments. Some of the questions:

What is the perfect temperature [of the Earth]?

Why is there such a strong effort to stifle discussion and dissent?

Are there potential benefits to global warming?

How has this movement gained such momentum?

All good questions, the last one especially. Read Sajak's column to find out about the "religious fervor" that global warming alarmists suffer from. And use these questions to poleax the next Liberal who starts in about this.


Anonymous said...

G-L-O-B-A-L W-A-_-_-I-N-G

Contestant: "Gimme an R..."


how interesting...

(NOTE: OK, thought it might be funnier, but I realized that
wouldn't work, because the R would have already been there.

Stupid blog...MW

Anonymous said...