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Republican Climate Policy

[ 10 ] August 13, 2012 |

I suppose that maybe this was a misspoken statement, but it certainly seems to fit with the rest of the Republican response to Obama to blame the national drought on the president. Not the response, the drought itself. And who doubts that a certain segment of American society believes the drought is God’s response to electing a black Islamofascist to the presidency?

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  1. Brak Obama cilled mah puppeh.

    I hates him.

  2. Slocum says:

    I will howl for his impeachment until he brings me a glass of water, or at least sends Joe Biden with one.

  3. Jamie says:

    People are made of weird.

    So, logically, Bush the Lesser is personally responsible for Katrina, as in, I don’t know, whipping up airflow that upset a butterfly that caused the &tc.? How does this even work?

    At least if you hamstring FEMA, you can blame them for being incompetent. But this seems to be some sort of XMen fantasy.

  4. rm says:

    Barack Obama will show you fear in a handful of dust.

    Alternatively, we just need to find the Grail and bring it to the White House and global warming will be solved.

  5. Davis X. Machina says:

    When you elect someone who doesn’t have the Mandate of Heaven, what else could you plausibly expect.

    Scratch a Republican, find a divine-right monarchist. The strangest mutation of political terminology isn’t what’s happened to ‘liberal’ since the days of John Stuart Mill — it’s what’s happened to ‘republican’.

  6. skidmarx says:

    A black, and red, Islamofascist, which must make him some sort of free-thinking anarchist

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