Climategate Blows Cover Off Man-Made Climate Change
November 30, 2009
By Phil Perkins
If the American people really care about "saving the planet," they should be up in arms about liberal (or any) politicians' support of so-called man-made climate change in light of the discovery of climate elitists' e-mails that provide indisputable evidence of what we've suspected all along—the climate change hoax is just that.
The valid e-mail content is on this site and confirms the fraudulent "science" of global warming. It's as if a modern-day Toto has lifted the curtain to unveil the phony "Wizard." For example, one of the scientists wrote to a colleague about using a "Nature trick of adding in the real temps to each series for the last 20 years (ie from 1981 onwards) and from 1961 for Keith's to hide the decline." Hide the decline, in other words, to prop up the flimsy support for "global warming." Unfortunately, even this and other smoking guns may not be enough to create the level of outrage needed to stop the madness of "cap and trade" and all of the attendant insanity that goes with it. It's going to be up to Republicans, those with enough courage to force this massive scandal to the forefront, to do the heavy lifting. But first, it's also up to us in the heartland to get them off their posteriors that they too often are covering.
The question is, who among prominent Republicans is untainted enough by prior acknowledgements that "man-made climate change" could be real? After all, the Obama-loving media will never allow a Republican who hinted at any support of MMCC in the past to now come out forcefully against it, without doing everything they can to destroy their credibility. Even Sarah Palin, in her weaker moments and in the interest of appearing open-minded, has not ruled out the validity of MMCC. Newt Gingrich has punted on this issue long ago. Still, in light of the indisputable evidence the exposed e-mails provide, someone needs to bite the bullet and make this a turning-point issue. Much about the next two national elections hangs in the balance of how this and other major issues – health care, war in Afghanistan, the economy—are addressed by the Republicans.
But first of all, a baby step must be taken. After all, this is what the liberals have been doing for years, until Obama arrived on the scene and misread what his electoral vote told him. The baby step is that this scandal should be mentioned at every opportunity in advance of the upcoming, farcical conference in Copenhagen, which Obama has stated he will attend. This means that he will be all about giving away more of our freedoms and economic progress in the name of further burnishing his credentials as a citizen of the world. In light of what disastrous result could be awaiting our nation at Copenhagen, getting the truth out about the hoax isn't a ho-hum option—it's what should be a 24/7 mission. And Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) is taking the lead –at least for now—by demanding that climate change researchers and inspectors general of related federal agencies retain copies of the incriminating e-mails as the starting point for a possible Senate investigation. A small step, but better than nothing.
The "mainstream" media blackout on this issue, with the possible exception of a passing mention focusing on the alleged hacker (for all we know, it could have been a legitimate whistle-blower) who exposed the smoking gun e-mails, makes is imperative to keep this issue front and center to the extent that we can. Obama and other Democrats cannot be allowed to continue their blather about MMCC without challenge. Our children's and grandchildren's futures ride on what is done to force the issue on this scandal over the next weeks and months and our side's refusal to let it die.