Yes - They can't deny it anymore
No - They'll keep their head in the sand


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DdC 10 weeks 1 day ago

Poll's accurate...

"Because Fascism is a lie,
it is condemned to literary sterility.
And when it is past, it will have no history,
except the bloody history of murder."
- Ernest Hemingway (1898-1961)

Willful ignorance

Now is the time to say it as loudly as possible:
Harvey Is What Climate Change Looks Like

Aug 28 @AnnCoulter
I don't believe Hurricane Harvey is God's punishment for Houston electing a lesbian mayor. But that is more credible than "climate change".

"All propaganda must be so popular and on such an intellectual level, that even the most stupid of those towards whom it is directed will understand it. Therefore, the intellectual level of the propaganda must be lower the larger the number of people who are to be influenced by it."

But one thing I believe is that Trump was put into office by God!! & God will help us through these bad times!! God bless America & Trump.

Trump Revoked Flood Protections for Millions of Americans

Spending bill would slash disaster relief by $1B
to fund Trump’s border wall

Here Are All the Senators Who Voted 'No' on Hurricane Harvey Relief
Sens. Bob Corker, Steve Daines, Mike Enzi, Joni Ernst, Deb Fischer, Jeff Flake, Lindsey Graham, Chuck Grassley, Ron Johnson, James Lankford, Mike Lee, John McCain, Jerry Moran, Rand Paul, James Risch, Ben Sasse, and Pat Toomey all voted against the bill.

Three other Senators, Marco Rubio, Dan Sullivan and Bob Menendez did not vote.

Pence: Religionist Fascist with proper etiquette

"Through clever and constant application of propaganda,
people can be made to see paradise as hell,
and also the other way around,
to consider the most wretched sort of life as paradise."
From Benito Mussolini,
"London Sunday Express," December 8, 1935

Harvey is exposing chemical storage dangers faster than the media can neglect exposing them. Hundreds of times from Chevron to Cheney's Halliburdon storing chemicals in the poorest sections of urban areas. With Florida being the legacy of another bush spawn its little doubt the same or worse will be in plain sight for no one to see.

CO2 retains heat longer than O2, human made or not.

Hemplastic or Fossil Fools Crud

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karkus 10 weeks 11 hours ago

I think we know where their heads are -- certainly buried, but up a certain orifice, not in the sand....'s picture
randolphgarriso... 10 weeks 8 hours ago

As long as the corporations pay the corrupt politicians they will deny climate change while watching their family and children die in front of them.

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Dmonceede1212 9 weeks 6 days ago

Not on your (and everyone else's) life!

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DdC 9 weeks 4 days ago

Pope Francis slams 'stupid' climate change deniers | News
Pontiff calls on politicians to take scientists' advice as he raises alarm over global warming after major storms.

Pope Francis On Climate Change Denial: 'Man Is Stupid'

Pope Francis warns "history will judge" climate change deniers
As Hurricane Irma, a tempest exacerbated by climate change, ravaged the Florida coast on Monday as a tropical storm, Pope Francis doubled down on his condemnations of those who choose to ignore the mounting evidence of the impacts of global warming.

Responding to questions from an Italian journalist on board his flight home from Colombia, Francis said that the halting response to climate change reminded him of a “phrase from the Old Testament — man is a fool, a stubborn man who will not see”: an apparent reference to Proverbs 12, a section of the Bible that condemns those who resist correction in matters of knowledge.

Later, he added in a more pointed jab at climate deniers: “Anyone who denies [climate change] should go to the scientists and ask them. They speak very clearly ... climate change is having an effect, and scientists are telling us which path to follow. And we have a responsibility — all of us. Everyone, great or small, has a moral responsibility ... we must take it seriously ... history will judge our decision.”

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Wet Willie 8 weeks 2 days ago

Too sadly True

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Republicans Admit to Accepting Bribes, Why Aren't They In Jail?

The whole Roy Moore thing in a way really highlights in my mind how committed the Republicans are to sucking up to the very, very wealthy base. I've been referring to them for a long time as the owners of the Republican Party, but they're also the ones that keep the Republican Party in power. They're also the supporters of the Republican Party.

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