Marc Morano Jumps the Sinking Inhofe Ship

Fri, 2009-03-06 12:51Kevin Grandia
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Marc Morano Jumps the Sinking Inhofe Ship

Republican spindcotor Marc Morano is leaving his $134,000 post with Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) to start a *groan* “fledgling Web site that will serve as a ‘clearinghouse and one-stop shopping’ for climate and environmental news.”

See you in the real world Morano, you’re going to find it a lot harder to spin your climate change hoax message without the help of the government trough.

Here’s a backgrounder on Morano.

 

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Keeping track of biology and physics both predating the 1850s is simply tiring.

Now he can concentrate on climate science as taught Adam Smith and David Ricardo.

According to Kate Sheppard over at Gristmill “the new site will be funded by the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), a Washington-based free-market public policy group funded by Big Oil and, most entertainingly, billionaire Richard Mellon Scaife”. Mmm birds of a feather flock together.

http://gristmill.grist.org/story/2009/3/6/142435/4390

 

At least he’s no longer using taxpayer-funded resources to spread his garbage.

I hope he moves his “650 603 Skeptics” list out of epw.senate.gov soon.

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