“I think they’re swine,” he said at the American Renewable Energy Day Summit, the Aspen Times reported.”
This little piggy went to market, this little piggy went home, this little piggy had roast beef, this little wealthy piggy who flies around in private jets, has large homes ala Al Gore, and leaves a giant carbon footprint…went oink!
You see, the little piggy I refer to calls climate change skeptics “swine.” But who’s the real “swine” here? Someone who flies around polluting in private jets? Someone who has a mansion in Malibu that has 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms and 8,972 square feet, not to mention a pool and tennis court? Someone who also has late actor George C. Scott’s 6,672-square-foot house? Someone who in a single day flew from the rain forests of Brazil, where he had been protesting a proposed hydroelectric dam project, to Washington, DC, where he attended an event on Capitol Hill held in his honor? Someone who has all these (list) properties? The guy who flew to Russia to celebrate his birthday at the bottom of Lake Baikal?
You decide. Are the skeptics really swine because we don’t’ believe in anthropogenic global warming? Because we don’t want billions of dollars wasted on a non-existent problem when it would be better used elsewhere? Because we don’t want to be carbon taxed to death? Because we think people like Al Gore and George Soros have enough money already and don’t need to be making more on carbon trading schemes?
You tell me who’s the real “swine?” More CO2 Insanity.
Source: The Hill