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By Chuck Ring (GadaboutBlogalot ©2009 – 2011)
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Excuse me for shouting, but I’m still ignorant … I guess. Mr. Gore, Warmist Extraordinaire is still bloviating about the hot causing the cold. Monkeys, birds crocodiles, serpents have frozen to death and likely a brass billy-goat or two have seen their horns fall off due to the extreme cold. Not in Alaska, not in Michigan, but in the Republic of Mexico in the State of Chihuahua. Close to Juarez, Chihuahua in a zoo, when the heating devices failed to work due to electrical power failure.
It seems cold is breaking out and breaking records all over and just eight miles from Edgewood (my hometown) toward Texas in Moriarty, New Mexico, the temperature was said to be under -30°F. Notice I said, “said to be.” As it turns out, my search for the past week showed -18°F and no lower in Moriarty, but I’m not going to tell my good neighbors how cold they or their geography might have been. The important thing for all of us in this area is it was cold enough to wreak havoc on our plumbing and there were several three-dog nights working back to last Thursday.
I have never appreciated the cold, and now, thanks to global warming I may never get an opportunity to experience extreme cold. The folks that used to identify Gore’s Phenomenon as global warming, now tout it as climate change. This change in weather extremes has to be difficult for those investing in the New Energy Economy and MoveOn.org,, both of whom have helped to excite several state cr-p and raid movements. Not to worry Warmists, Soros and those similar to him never lose money. Therefore, if you can but hold on until global warming makes a return, your money will be alright — if there is any left from the last big printing run.
Meanwhile, why not take a look at the story from Mexico. There is no sign about what this change in Mexico and United States’ weather might do to the illegal immigration problem from south of the US border, but the countries to the south of Mexico might see increases in population. That is, unless the cold continues to fly south.
Climate change, sí — anthropogenic fail
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