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February 16, 2010


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Mike B.

This year's winter has been colder across the nation as a whole, and the abnormal snowfalls across the nation, such as the 14 inches in the Dallas-Fort Worth area last week, make it tough to consider global warming as urgent a need as once preached by Al Gore and gang.

The recent quotes and forthcoming paper by John Christy, a former lead author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), cast further doubt on previous global warming predictions. You can read the article in Sunday's London Times here: http://tinyurl.com/yaql22

I don't disagree that we shouldn't be taking steps to make the world a better place, but we have more important agenda items such as jobs and questioning why--on today's one-year anniversary of the signing of the stimulus bill--more than $500 billion of that bill still hasn't been spent and unemployment is still near 10%.

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