Al Gore Crying in the New York Times: Al Gore Thinks 'We Can't Wish Away Climate Change'

by the Left Coast Rebel

Does Al Gore have an epic polar bear hangover? Speaking of polar bears, hangovers and con artists - oh, man, if ever I read a doozy that would encapsalate all of the above it would be Al Gore's New York Times op-ed this weekend. Essentially Al Gore trumps up all of the old bromides and slogans, party-line pandering and weepy-chicken little 'sky is falling scenarios' to (attempt) to make the reader feel that the impending doom of mankind by the hand of mankind-created global warming is still the greatest threat to mankind even though every bit of damning evidence that has come out recently in the Climatgate, IPCC, myriad scandals.

I gleaned some Al Gore (aka ManBearPig) goodies from the NYT piece so that you wouldn't have to. I'm sure that Al Gore's 'We Can't Wish Away Global Warming' op-ed will be a huge discussion on A.M. talk radio come monday:
It would be an enormous relief if the recent attacks on the science of global warming actually indicated that we do not face an unimaginable calamity requiring large-scale, preventive measures to protect human civilization as we know it.

But what a burden would be lifted! We would no longer have to worry that our grandchildren would one day look back on us as a criminal generation that had selfishly and blithely ignored clear warnings that their fate was in our hands. We could instead celebrate the naysayers who had doggedly persisted in proving that every major National Academy of Sciences report on climate change had simply made a huge mistake.

Al Gore also capitulates on Climatgate but then (predictably) and merely states that 'it doesn't matter' essentially and that irregardless of the botched data and scandals, global warming is still a 'consensus'. Oh how dying ideologies based on lies are hard to die:

It is true that the climate panel published a flawed overestimate of the melting rate of debris-covered glaciers in the Himalayas, and used information about the Netherlands provided to it by the government, which was later found to be partly inaccurate. In addition, e-mail messages stolen from the University of East Anglia in Britain showed that scientists besieged by an onslaught of hostile, make-work demands from climate skeptics may not have adequately followed the requirements of the British freedom of information law.

Now granted this is just a little of the first page of 3 pages of his NYT op-ed. Go here to read the rest.Also read a good summary at the Lonely Conservative.

Via Memeorandum


  1. We can't wish away Al Gore.

    Trust me, I've been trying.

  2. Why not? It was wished upon us as evidenced by a total lack of reason. Now that reason is prevailing, why not only wish it away, but kick it in the ass and out the door.

  3. Is it just me or does he look more like Jabba the Hut every day?

  4. Thanks for the link. I read the whole thing, too, and thought "there's ten minutes of my life I can't get back." Thanks, Al.

  5. I understand how he is feeling, these poor animals are loosing their habitats and the world is falling apart due to drastic climate behaviours. From earthquakes to Tsunami's, when is humankind going to be free living without any problems impending around them...

  6. So until he is investigated by the law, and brought before a court of law for FRAUD, he is going to keep peddling his FEAR BAD WEATHER CRAP?

    It's past time for Al Gore to come in front of Law Makers in Congress. Al needs to explain how his so called scientific facts have been completely debunked by REAL SCIENTIST, but he thinks his Cult of Warmism is some how legitimate. He is going to keep this up until we get a cease and desist order against him -Imagine the class action lawsuit that could be brought against Al Gore, for knowingly defrauding offsets...

  7. Moreover, people still should be conscious about the issues regarding climate change and must do all possible efforts to contribute to conservation. It may be a fact that there has been inaccuracy in the reports but it doesn't discount the fact that there really is a problem. Let's just do our share for our Mother Earth because we can make a difference.

  8. I strongly agree with most everything Gore says in the quote. I can't understand, though, how we can rely on reducing CO2 emissions to slow down climate change. I'm doing everything I can to minimize my carbon footprint, but even if everyone in the world did the same, it would not stop anthropogenic climate change. The world population would have to decrease, we'd have to adopt a pre-industrial lifestyle, or some radical new energy technology would have to be developed.

    We should put effort into developing climate control technologies that would obviate the need even to worry about our carbon footprint. Until we have that technology, we need to focus on reducing emissions. We can't just wish away the problem.


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