We Make Jokes, And It Turns Into The TRUTH.

We’ve always joked about how the global warming wackos have this as their “religion”.

Turns out, we were MORE RIGHT than we thought. From The Daily Caller.com

Not a religion? Greens pray outside EPA for CO2 cuts

I thought the ACLU BANNED “praying in the public square” ?

All-Communist Lovers Union. SILENT about this “religious organization”.

 

Not a religion? Greens pray outside EPA for CO2 cuts.

11:35 AM  11/08/2013  by Michael Bastasch

Belief in man-made global warming has been derided by skeptics as a  “religion,” but yesterday environmentalists gathered outside the Environmental  Protection Agency to  pray and urge the agency to cut carbon emissions from coal plants.

The environmental justice group Creation Justice Ministries hosted a morning prayer outside the EPA  with Interfaith Power & Light  to offer “blessings and hopes for this auspicious process, and for the diverse  religious leaders who will be offering testimony.”

Politico reports that ”Christian, Jewish, Baha’i,  Unitarian Universalist, and Muslim” leaders attended the prayer and that some  testified at the hearing. “Evangelical and other groups, citing moral issues,  have called for strict regulations to combat climate  change,” reports  Politico.

Creation Justice Ministries says environmental justice “includes all  ministries designed to heal and defend creation, working to assure justice for  all of creation and the human beings who live in it.”

The EPA was holding a listening sessions at its Washington, D.C. headquarters  about pending regulations that would heavily impact coal-fired power plants. The  hearing was heavily attended by representatives of the coal industry,  environmentalists and members of Congress.

The coal industry and members of Congress have been hammering the EPA for not  holding a single listening session in major coal states, like Kentucky or West  Virginia. Instead, the agency opted to hold sessions hundreds of miles from  major coal mines.

“It is my understanding these sessions are intended to gather stakeholder  input on what people think about future carbon regulations on existing power  plants,” said Kentucky Republican Sen. Mitch  McConnell. “However, I couldn’t help but notice these sessions are scheduled  only for states where coal does not have a large presence, like California and  Massachusetts.”

At one point during the session, an environmentalist broke out into song and urged EPA officials to cut carbon. He  sang, “We got to cut that carbon. No more delays, no more delays!” The singer  even got an applause at the end of the song.

Outside the meeting, the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity  commissioned a moving billboard to travel around the  city that read “Protect American Jobs.” ACCCE wants the agency to consider the  impacts of its pending power plant regulations on coal country.

The EPA recently proposed carbon emissions caps for new power plants that  would essentially prevent new coal plants from being built unless they utilize  carbon capture and sequestration technology — which is not commercially  proven.

The agency is also planning on imposing emissions limits on the country’s  existing power plants, which the industry argues will force many plants to shut  down prematurely.

“The president has outright stated his intentions for the coal industry. He  has said, and I quote: ‘If somebody wants to build a coal power plant, they can  — it’s just that it will bankrupt them,’” McConnell added. “But before you do,  you’re going to hear from us.”

Brian Patton with the James River Coal company also attended the meeting to  tell the EPA his concerns about regulations that make it harder to burn coal.  James River Coal has been hit hard by federal regulations that make it harder to  get mining permits and for power plants to burn coal.

Recently, the company announced it was idling four mines and laid  off about 200 workers in central Appalachia. This comes after the company was  forced to close  down several mines in eastern Kentucky and lay off 525 workers earlier this  year.

However, environmentalists welcomed new emissions limits on coal-fired power  plants, arguing that the Obama administration needed to act now if it wanted to  avoid the worst impacts of global warming.

“The time to act on climate is now,” said Pete Altman, clean air campaign director  at the Natural Resources  Defense Council. “EPA needs to set strong standards that curb the huge amounts  of dangerous and unlimited carbon pollution coming from the nation’s power  plants.”

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Every day, we see more stories about how absolutely unhinged the environmentalist movement has become.

ZERO facts on their side, yet they seem to think we are on the verge of a “global catastrophe”. While BASHING Christianity, here THEY are, exposing YET AGAIN the inherent hypocrisy that IS the environmental movement.

Hey, moonbats, I’ve got a deal for you. To “prove” your point that MAN is “responsible”, I offer this experiment. YOU give up ALL the modern conveniences of mankind, such as electricity, and gas to heat your homes, cars to drive to your “rallies”, all that, and we shall see if there is ANY discernible difference, or reduction in the amount of the EVIL CO2 being expelled.

I await an answer to my challenge.

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Clyde

 

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15 Responses to We Make Jokes, And It Turns Into The TRUTH.

  1. Hardnox says:

    These asshats must really be desperate to resort to praying. Hypocrisy on parade.

    They will never accept your challenge as their mission is for the little people to curb their use of carbon, not them.

    Good post.

  2. Let’s see what happens when the weather turns cold — BITTER Cold, and there’s no coal to heat the homes, nor petroleum products for the gas-fired furnaces, nor electricity for supplemental heat. And we’ve already denuded the forests of “Old Growth”,,, ,,, ,,, ,,,

  3. Buck says:

    Their patron saint should be King Canute.

  4. Kathy says:

    Gee, with all this drama, maybe they should consider taking it to a stage in New York. Over the years, I’ve prayed about a lot of things, but climate change was never one of them. Overdoing it much?

  5. western guy says:

    OK, just a thought….since the Christmas holidays are coming lets have the power plant people do this- tune up their generators at home, lay in plenty of gas, wood and COAL (it will work ok in a fireplace), turn OFF the coal fired power plants and take two weeks of vacation to spend the holidays with their families…..see how the northeast liberals like THAT decreased carbon footprint….(fertile brain, it’s a gift…I have a cousin who says it’s a good thing I don’t drink, think what would happen with decreased inhibitions…)

  6. myfoxmystere says:

    The Gorebots can pray to their Baal; when it doesn’t answer, they’ll be the cause of a huge flood and a huge clog in the sewer lines when they toss their Depends down the drain.