Scary Charles Manson Believes in Climate Change So You Shouldn’t

May 4, 2012 at 6:22 PM 3 comments

The Heartland Institute‘s mission is to convince Americans that climate change is a bunch of hooey so they’re out with a new billboard ad campaign equating those who know it’s a real to scary, insane people:

Future ads will feature

Charles Manson, a mass murderer; and Fidel Castro, a tyrant. Other global warming alarmists [*] who may appear on future billboards include Osama bin Laden and James J. Lee (who took hostages inside the headquarters of the Discovery Channel in 2010).

Geezus.  I see something like this and I think of darling, innocent, blond-haired 3-year-old Noah next door; the wildly athletic (a maniac on a bicycle) 4-year-old Otto next to him and the pregnant woman across the street.  What kind of world are those kids going to inherit?  Damn the Heartland Institute.  They will go down in history as monsters who wanted to kill the planet while genuflecting to their oil company benefactors.

[*]  Charles Manson and Fidel Castro are/were “global warming alarmists” as was Osama bin Laden?  Really?



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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Thomas K Jones  |  May 4, 2012 at 9:24 PM

    One way of looking at this is the Heartland Institute believes in Charles Manson.

  • 2. Say It Ain't So Already  |  May 5, 2012 at 7:16 AM

    I like that way of looking at it.

  • 3. JC for pennies  |  May 6, 2012 at 7:30 AM

    This of course is all nonsense and doesn’t prove “climate change” (originally called “anthropogenic [man-caused] global warming”) is occurring. While a lot of observational (as opposed to empirical) evidence indicates a warming, no empirical (testable in a laboratory) evidence has been provided to prove mankind is the cause of it. If there is some available, I’d like to see it. There are many threats to the generations of humans growing up these days. Nukes, the prospects of war and peace, over-population, environmental degradation in general. To me, a minor warming trend doesn’t even make the top ten. It might even be beneficial, in the long run, with longer growing seasons, etc. But there would have to be an adjustment to that, with billions of people currently settled in rather permanent population patterns around the world. ‘Know what I mean?

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