One From The “Gee, No Shit” File.

Asking if this administration tried to cover up something is like trying to ask a cat not to bury his turds in the litterbox.

OF COURSE they tried to hide THIS fact. From The Daily


Senate GOP: Did White House cook UN global warming report?

5:22 PM  11/04/2013  Michael Bastasch

You know damn well this bunch covers shit up. About like this illustration.


THIS is as odious as the above, but just slightly less than THIS……

I’ll take the cat turds. They HAVE a use. Unlike THIS bunch.

Senate Republicans are questioning the Obama administration about reports  that U.S. officials tried to suppress the 15-year global warming hiatus in the  United Nations’ climate report.

The Associated Press reported in September that the Obama administration, along with several European nations,  lobbied the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to omit or downplay data showing  that global warming stopped in 1998.

In response, Republican senators have sent a letter to Environmental Protection Agency  Administrator Gina McCarthy, questioning her knowledge of these international  lobbying efforts.

The most recent IPCC report claimed that scientists were 95 percent certain  that global warming was manmade and downplayed the 15-year hiatus in rising  global temperatures. Critics charge that this shows the IPCC succumbed to the  lobbying campaign.

The AP reported that “Germany called for the reference to the slowdown to be  deleted, saying a time span of 10-15 years was misleading in the context of  climate change, which is measured over decades and centuries.”

“The U.S. also urged the authors to include the ‘leading hypothesis’ that the  reduction in warming is linked to more heat being transferred to the deep  ocean,” the AP noted. “Belgium objected to using 1998 as a starting year for any  statistics. … Using 1999 or 2000 as a starting year would yield a more  upward-pointing curve. Hungary worried the report would provide ammunition for  skeptics.”

Republicans say the facts about global warming undermine a key point in favor  of President Obama’s global warming plan.

“When governments actually weigh in and request alterations to a scientific  analysis, like in the IPCC report, the message is clear that the IPCC process  produces a political document, not a purely scientific one,” wrote the Republicans. “Such actions  exacerbate the declining reputation of the IPCC and highlight the need for the  EPA to do its own analysis with a particular focus on transparency and a  commitment to the Data Quality Act.”

Despite the criticism, the administration is still determined to reduce U.S.  greenhouse gas emissions and play a leading role in an international climate  agreement. The next round of international climate negotiations are set for  2015.

“Those who deny the science or choose excuses over action are playing with  fire,” said Secretary of State John Kerry. “Once  again, the science grows clearer, the case grows more compelling, and the costs  of inaction grow beyond anything that anyone with conscience or common sense  should be willing to even contemplate.”

However, scientists are increasingly arguing that the downward trend in  sunspot activity indicates that the world could be headed into a cooling  period.

“Attention in the public debate seems to be moving away from the 15-17 year  ‘pause’ to the cooling since 2002,” writes Dr. Judith Curry, the chair of the  School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Institute of Technology.

Recently, the BBC reported that Northern Europe could plunge into another “Little Ice Age” — a period of  colder temperatures across Europe during the 1600s.

“The last 400 years we’ve been thawing out of the Little Ice Age, if you  like,” said Don Easterbrook, professor emeritus of  geology at Western Washington University.

“So the warming we saw, which lasted only from 1978 to 1998, is something  that is predictable and expectable,” he added. “When the ocean changed  temperatures, global cooling is almost a slam dunk. You can expect to find about  25 to 30 years yet ahead of us before it starts to warm up again. It might even  be more than that.”


Would we expect ANYTHING less out of these assholes?

There is ZERO question they tried to get this report filed away where NO ONE could see it. Kind of like the asshat’s birth certificate, his college transcripts, yada yada.

Hard to implement an agenda based on lies when the TRUTH is widely known.




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8 Responses to One From The “Gee, No Shit” File.

  1. “FACTS??? We don’t NEED no stinkin’ FACTS~! We have our AGENDA~!, and it DON’T INCLUDE the TRUTH~!”

  2. CW says:

    This is sure an aptly titled segment, Clyde. Can’t let the truth come out.

    I’m a bit curious about what use you’ve found for cat turds. On second thought, don’t tell me.

    • Clyde says:

      My daughters who have cats tell me cat shit is good for some of their flower beds. Which, gives them MORE use than ANY Obamaite. Thanks, CW.

  3. Kathy says:

    Kerry et al are the ones denying the science – it’s the only way they can justify the politics and keep the money flowing.

  4. Buck says:

    The only thing cat turds do in a flower bed is let other cats know it’s okay to take a dump there.