Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Al Gore’s blaspheme
Al Gore won’t answer questions about global warming or acknowledge God’s promise

Durham, NC—During a recent visit to Duke University, former Vice President Al Gore was the “victim” of ambush journalism in which O’Reilly Factor producer Jesse Watters attempted to ask the global warming guru a few questions

“Watters: What's your reaction to the fact that the Arctic ice is actually increasing?
Gore: I'm not doing an interview right now.
Watters: One last question for you. Are you embarrassed at all...
Gore: I'm not doing an interview.
Watters: Are you embarrassed at all by Climategate, sir?
Gore: I'm not doing an interview right now. I'm having lunch.
Watters: Do you stand to make any money from cap-and-trade?”

Mr. Gore, despite his predisposition for making money by giving end-of-the world speeches, does not take questions or criticism well. In October 2009, environmental journalist Phelim McAleer brought some scientific facts that contradicted anthropogenic warming to Mr. Gore’s attention, including the ruling by the British High Court that cited significant errors in the indoctrination documentary, An Inconvenient Truth. Gore’s response was to offer more misinformation and moved on.

Watters’ question about Climategate didn’t bring an answer, but a brush off. We can understand why the Vice President doesn’t want to address the scandalous emails that were published out of the University of East Anglia in the UK, because they clearly prove scientists the IPCC rely on to be manipulating data, dodging FOIA requests, stonewalling peer-review processes, and blackballing skeptic scientists from publication in journals.

We are also deeply disappointed that a former divinity school student would have the impudence to suggest that earth will again be destroyed by flood—it seems Mr. Gore wasn’t in divinity school long enough to read Genesis 9:11, “And I will establish my covenant with you, neither shall all flesh be cut off any more by the waters of a flood; neither shall there any more be a flood to destroy the earth.” 

-- Killswitch Politick

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