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Not Sauce For The Gander

We're on break now until 10:50 AM PDT (actually, MST, but same thing), when Charles Miller will speak on what looks to be a proposal to actually resurrect a NASA-like entity. But meanwhile, Jonah Goldberg makes an interesting point about Al Gore and the Warm-mongers:

It's funny, the same people who insist that dissent is the highest form of patriotism when it comes to the war, suddenly think you're a moronic bastard or environmental traitor if you want to debate global warming a bit more, even when the solutions being discussed could cost in monetary terms far more than the Iraq war.
Posted by Rand Simberg at March 23, 2007 09:57 AM
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...suddenly think you're a moronic bastard or environmental traitor if you want to debate global warming a bit more, even when the solutions being discussed could cost in monetary terms far more than the Iraq war.

Of course this doesn't matter to the left, because its money THEY spend on what THEY want. Conservatives spend and its waste, liberals spend and its good. And vice versa of course from the other side of the aisle.

Posted by Mac at March 23, 2007 11:37 AM

Of course, some of the real solutions to CO2 increase would also go a good part of the way to relieving the problems with islamofascism, by cutting down their money tree and making their oil irrelevant.

And some of them would give the human race astronomical (literally!) amounts of resources and living space, as well.

Posted by Fletcher Christian at March 26, 2007 01:22 AM


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