Bush Panel Pins Nasty Weather on Climate Change

Sun, 2008-06-22 16:52Richard Littlemore
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Bush Panel Pins Nasty Weather on Climate Change

“Droughts, heavy downpours, excessive heat, and intense hurricanes are likely to become more commonplace as humans continue to increase the atmospheric concentrations of heat-trapping greenhouse gases,” according to the U.S. Climate Change Science Program.

The full report, generated and released in cooperation with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminstration, is available here.

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Clearly the Bush administration is the latest in a long line of victims of the unstoppable left wing conspiracy.

Clearly……

The Shrub must have been enraptured by the Goreacle with the connivance of the liberal media. Where was Dick to protect his tender charge from succumbing to such temptations? Oh, right. He’s been distracted by Iran.

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