Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Unheard of Among Politicians, Australia's Senate Exhibits Good Sense

From Don Surber:

By a 41-33 vote, Australia’s Senate defeated a global warming bill, the BBC reported.

Perhaps Climategate swung the votes.

Maybe not.

The jig is up on the Global Warming scam and Phil Jones, the con artist at the center of the scam, as been forced to step aside at the East Anglia Climate Research Unit.

Doug Ross:

As for "the status of climate change"? Simple: it's a UN-organized bunko scam, pure and simple.

That's why Jones and the CRU deleted their data files; evaded FOIA requests; and conspired to shut dissenting views out of peer-reviewed journals.

Jones isn't a scientist -- he's a hack. It would appear that between 2000 and 2006 Jones was the recipient (or co-recipient) of nearly $20 million worth of grants. But, remember, he was deleting all that data for the children.
Currently, only Sen. Inhofe is pushing for an investigation into the Global Warming fraud. Contact him and send him some encouragement and ask him to press his fellow Republicans to speak out against this scam. Maybe, like Australia's Senate, ours could show some good sense.

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