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One shows flooding the other a drought, kids aren't sure what they are supposed to be afraid of!
As usual the global warming fear mongers display both sides of the spectrum to cover their butts, so no matter what happens they can say Global Warming caused it.
Scare tactic newspaper advertisements from Britain's Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) have been banned by a government advertising watchdog agency. Two ads in a series which used child nursery rhymes to warn about the purported dangers of manmade climate change were found to have unsubstantiated claims in them.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) reviewed the ads after receiving more than 900 complaints from British citizens - the most complaints it received on any ad last year.
The two offending ads were based on the nursery rhymes of 'Jack and Jill' and 'Rub a Dub Dub' and warned of the effects of extreme weather, a claim which has long been disproven.
Without a background in climate science, the ASA relied on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) reports to determine the accuracy of the ads. In its conclusion, the ASA said the ads failed to meet code based on a lack of substantiation, truthfulness and their environmental claims.
by Elmer Beauregard
Yesterday, Greenpeace defaced Mount Rushmore with a giant banner that had a picture of Obama and the words "Stop Global Warming", they said if Barack Obama wanted his face on Mount Rushmore he better do just that.
I say let's put his mug on there because he already has stopped Global Warming.
At the G8 yesterday President Obama said he would limit global warming to an increase of 2 degrees. Well that's an easy goal to reach because the global temperature has already cooled significantly since he has taken office. I think just the fact of him being President has scared off Global Warming forever.
With comments from "I think it's the wrong time for a cap and trade" to "I've had it," more and more prominent Dems are jumping ship from the Waxman-Markey Cap and Tax proposal.
Here's this week's cartoon.