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Watch How Democrat-Invited Witnesses React When Asked to Raise Their Hands If They Agree With Obama’s Big Global Warming Claim


When Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) on Wednesday asked four former Environmental Protection Agency chiefs to raise their hands if they believe, as President Barack Obama recently claimed, that the temperature around the world is “increasing faster than was predicted,” none of them raised their hand.

During the Senate hearing, Sessions noted that Obama said in 2012 that the “temperature around the globe is increasing faster than was predicted, even ten years ago,” The president then doubled down on the claim last year, saying “We also know that the climate is warming faster than anybody anticipated five or ten years ago.”

“So, I would ask each of our former Administrators if any of you agree that that’s an accurate statement on the climate. So if you do, raise your hand,” Sessions instructed.

His request was followed by silence and zero raised hands. The EPA administrators, who previously served in Republican administrations, were reportedly invited by Democrats to testify on the Obama administration’s energy policies.

“Thank you, the record will reflect no one raised their hand,” the GOP senator said.

 


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ben gremminger
8 years ago

well it is 13.02 sat.6-21-14. now I just got finished mowing 18 acr. gas and diesel ,killing skiters ,grasshoppers, bugs ,spiders, piss aunts , fire aunts, smashed cow shit, goat crap, spread hate and discontent ,got off of the tractor and took a piss. now I hope the neophyte , nefarious, Neanderthal idiot is happy-happy.

AnnaMary
8 years ago

In a very brief and succinct summation, “Global warming is a complete crock of….”. Let’s get it together, people!

spacecowboymi
8 years ago

My argument is this. If your atheist you believe in “evolution”. Then how can one step in and alter nature. Evolution (“I prefer to call it Adaptation”) has been on a march since the beginning of time. Ask an anthropologist. Every time we as humans alter nature we disrupt the order of things.Which is natural. Since we have been created to destroy, manage or maintain our environment. Intelligent design..
GMO. I’ve said this for years. Every living thing is a” genetically altered organism”. Through cross pollination, genetic mutation, a slight alteration in the earths orbit or axis. They have all contributed to a species or living organism that has become specialized to survive in a certain environment or be swept away as history. There is no such thing as “constant”. Unless it is a controlled subject created scientifically. There is no such thing as perfection. Unique, specialized, I accept. The whole of nature and our destiny is perfection. intelligent design. The destruction of our space in the universe I accept as part of perfection. “Intelligent design”. We have a choice to co exists, maintain, manage, observe our space. Hopefully in the future move on to another oasis in the universe. Hopefully we will find a way to merge into the environment and add to perfection.

Felix M
8 years ago

One of the problems that I see is the LARGE LACK OF news covered by our media. It is all one sided and fed to us. You have to read the internet media coverage to get to the truth of what is REALLY happening which leaves us thinking that everything is okay, which is definitely is NOT okay.

Joan Bozoklian
8 years ago

The issue for every problem with our current and past four year administration is that we are not truly dealing with the instigators of all these lies and mishaps, then calling them out. Obama is not doing this by himself. He rode in on the “horses” that created our problems. If there is a burglary, there is a thief. Admit who they are and deal with it.
This government if full of “groupism – my word for one small group that has taken over the White House. They have power, because they are a united front. That’s the key – united we stand, divided we fall and we are on our way, if the silent majority doesn’t rise up and do something about what is happening to our country. As Lee Iacocca said, “Where is the outrage!” Our Republican leaders and all who don’t agree with this administration are afraid to speak up.

Everyday that I have contact with the public, I mostly witness angry, ill mannered (which has just about become the norm now) frustrated people that are all bottled up due to the state of this government. The good people may stay quiet, but it comes out in so many other ways!

Bob M.
8 years ago
Reply to  Joan Bozoklian

Groupism,I quess is a good word to use to define our government.It would be nice to see groupism show up more from the people.Recently it showed up in Virginia,with the ousting of Cantor,but at the same time the people in South Carolina decided to hang onto Graham.To all you fine folks in S.C. what the hell is your problem.We as a nation keep putting these low life representatives back into office,and then wonder why we get trampled on.There are examples of this all over the country.Liberals will vote in their incumbents,because their reps do what they want.Liberals want big government,so they are happy with who they choose.But as for those of us who want limited government,who wants to explain to me why we keep voting in these big government so called conservatives.Something that should seem so simple as voting for someone who believes in the same things we do,never seems to happen.Liberals are great at doubling down when they are proven wrong.For a day or two,they may take a beating,but then with their help from the media they always manage to turn it back into our faces,and put the blame on us.Stand up for the person who will stand up for us,and quit letting the media,and liberals choose our reps.Lets show a little people groupism.

Everybody's Shrink
8 years ago
Reply to  Bob M.

You dont need to make up a word like “groupism”. There already is a very apt term, oligarchy. There are a number of videos available on YouTube that details how the U.S. is or is becoming an oligarchy. However, take 10 minutes and 35 seconds to watch this sobering, non-partisan history lesson:

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=jRQ76FYvw7M

Angela
8 years ago
Reply to  Joan Bozoklian

Hi; people are afraid to oppose obama (lower case deliberate) because they don’t want to be called racists. It’s the “content of his character” that is appalling and hurting this country. He is evil and has put evil pals in key places. If Americans don’t wake up, we’re doomed….but it’s worse for our children and grandchildren.

Kate
8 years ago

The man-made “global warming” fiasco is ridiculous enough… Now another …an uneducated public who thinks GMO’s are bad for us! Ask any scientist/chemist and they’ll tell you we’ve been “genetically modifying” our food for a couple thousand years! If it’s done by crossbreeding plants or animals or doing it in a lab the genetic result is the same! Yellow corn, orange carrots, more “meaty” animals, etc etc etc. Don’t be ignorant Americans! Read, study, ask a scientist, chemist etc and DONT believe all the hooey the media and ignorant people are spewing!

Tina Lang
8 years ago
Reply to  Kate

Kate, my problem with GMO is not that they are feeding more people with less land, it is that the GMO cronies are shutting down the small farmers. Ask us to read? Why don’t YOU read some articles on the lawsuits against next door neighbors, who of no act of their own (wind) some GMO corn grew on their land. Then ask why they choose to make the seed infertile, so that you have to buy it annually, instead of harvesting and growing your own? If they really wanted to help the third world countries, they would make it readily available and not shut down the little guy.

Ivan Berry
8 years ago
Reply to  Tina Lang

Kate, GMO’s are not referring to hybrids within a species. It refers to crossing species with so-called attributes of other species to inhance yield or disease resistance, like crossing the Irish potato with the soy bean by splicing the genes. Hybrids can and do occur in nature, but more rapidly with intervention. If you select the largest seed from the largest product (fruit or vegetable) you may get better yields in the crop.
The problem with hybrids as well as GMO’s is that you cannot depend on saving seeds for the next season as they are likely and usually are steral and will not propogate.
Some of us have a condition called celiac disease which makes us subject to eliminate all glutin from our diets. Wheat (the primary source of glutin) has the ability to naturally hybridize, but in the past decades has been assisted by man in that the modern wheat is very different from that that had occurred naturally. The new strains also contain many times the amount of glutin as before.
Mankind only prevented worldwide famine as the population grew by the advent of farming (the agricultural revolution), and became able to grow grains and store them for later use during times when no crops were available. Heavy dependancy on grains were not natural to man and there were some costs or penalties involved. One of those was the increase for some to develop more inflammitory responses to the high concentration of carbohydrates in the diet. But the large yields and storage possibilites did allow more people to be fed throughout the year. For every benefit, there is a cost.
Now that the earth’s population is in the area of 7 billion, GMO’s may allow continued population growth by increasing the supply to feed them. There will be costs as we have no more adapted to the mixed-species product any more than we were adapted to the heavy carbs of grain dependancy.
All of that having been said, the problem as I see it is that since the seed must come from producers of the seed, both hybrids and GMO’s, we are required to purchase the seed for our next season’s crop. This would put the seed companies in charge. Yet, many of the seed companies are and have been purchased by Big Chem. Governments regulate chemical companies all over the world, like banning DDT so that the lives of millions of children in Africa die from maleria. This should give pause to those who believe that population control will be called for throughout the globe.

PaulE
8 years ago

Oh what a surprise…Obama has told yet another lie in order to advance the Progressive (Socialist) agenda geared at global re-distribution of incomes and assets on a massive scale, while at the same time also furthering the objective of increasing the power of governments over people in greater and greater portions of their lives. I’m shocked! Who would have thought it? Lets wipe out a few more American sectors of the economy and the tens, if not hundreds of thousands of jobs associated with those sectors. I’m sure people won’t mind. Hell, we already have 92 million Americans without jobs. So what’s a few more in the grand scheme of things? All to “maybe” offset a “potential rise” (nothing is ever a definitive number or result by a date certain) of three-tenths of a degree over the next 50 to 100 years, based on some deeply-flawed computer models and junk science. You know the same computer models that stated in the 1970s, that we would be in the middle of a new ice age by the late 1990s. Or the ones that said in the mid 1990s, that the polar ice caps would have completely melted by now and that most coastal cities around the world would be either under water or flooded out.

Sorry. After watching the video and listening, yet again, to another politician dancing around the obvious absurdity of so-called man-made climate change, I couldn’t resist a bit of sarcasm. Understanding the science behind what the environmental left is continually trying to push on the public regarding CO2 as a pollutant and man-made climate change makes listening to yet another wasted hearing of a Congressional committee on this topic too painful.

I get it that no one wants to call the President a liar. No one in Washington wants the political and media firestorm that would result from that. I also get that no politicians want to have a serious debate about man-made climate change, because it’s much, much easier to simply throw more taxpayer money at a non-existent problem than do their homework and spend time educating the public on the issue. So instead what we end up with are these little dog and pony shows where everyone involved just kind of sleepwalks their way through the hearings.

Don’t we as a nation deserve better?

Rick B.
8 years ago
Reply to  PaulE

PaulE, just curious: your post was time stamped 1:08 am, but my email notification for the latest AMAC newsletter was received at 7:20 am this morning. Special delivery, or are you located some point west of the USA?

Rik
8 years ago
Reply to  Rick B.

People, just go on the AMAC website … Articles are changed and posted all week long … Nobody is getting preferred emails.

Everybody's Shrink
8 years ago
Reply to  Rik

That may be so, but I, too, noticed that RickE is nearly always the first post under an article. Thank goodness I find him to be well written with solid logic and nearly always agree with him. Keep up the good job, PaulE.

Ivan Berry
8 years ago

Different parts of the country use different relay servers to the AMAC site. I too noticed some posted, even given time zones, earlier than I received the newsletter, but after a thunder storm interrupted one weeks connection, I noticed that the wait was occurring from Dallas, hours away from the east Texas community in which I live.
It’s always nice to see PaulE’s comments as one of the first to read after reading an article and so saves me time when organizing my own thoughts and also helps limit the redundancy.

PaulE
8 years ago
Reply to  Rik

Correct Rik. Sorry everyone, no time travel machine here.

Ivan Berry
8 years ago
Reply to  PaulE

PaulE, I think you said enough that I don’t even need comment on the point of the video. Therefore I will address another point above that is “off the subject,” but might need elaboration. That is, if I can stand the effort.

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