Global Warming = Human Rights Violation

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They are coming out of the woodwork... From David Limbaugh's website comes this story: bq. Wackos Say Global Warming Is A Human Rights Violation CNSNews reports:
Environmental activists say greenhouse gas emissions are destroying the Inuit way of life and therefore must be considered a human rights violation.
bq. You know, I think these activists are the kind of people John Kerry wanted George Bush to talk into participating with us in the War on Iraq. Exactly... The "Global Test" sort of thing... Funny how parts of the Arctic above the North American continent are warming up but Greenland and Iceland have had two years of marked cooling.

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PLEASE NOTE: The original comment was posted by a barking moonbat but it was not jeff sachs who posted it. Therefore it is from a lying barking moonbat.

Elements of my post (linked in my comment just below) have been redacted to reflect this update.

A lying barking moonbat -- seems so very very typical after all...

The comment from Jeff Sachs was so over the top that it deserves its own blog entry...

You can find it here: A barking moonbat speaks.

Sheesh...

You don't know anything about global warming. You can drop whatever isolated fact to make your point but you are not an environmental scientist. Your world view comes filtered. You've chosen your position on global warming only AFTER choosing your political position.
Why don't you grow up and realize that they way we deal with global warming can't be determined by money-driven political ideologues? This is a scientific debate which assholes like Limbaugh should not be a part of.

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