June 24, 2010
Al Gore is hot! and Japan wants us in bed earlier ;-)
Lots of bloggers are doing "quick shots" to draw attention to things in the news. It's not something I've done here, but maybe I will start as there seems no shortage of material these days.
- Japanese households are being urged to go to bed one hour earlier than normal in order to help tackle climate change. If you couple that news item with this one where they want Japanese companies to let workers off an hour early so they can pro-create, doesn't that mean an hour earlier in bed might actually heat the world up even more? Thankfully more and more scientists are conceding the Al Gore global warming alarmism is a enormous hoax and that the depopulation of the world and a demographic winter is the real looming crisis of epic proportion. But talking about that isn't politically correct as the solutions are to stop aborting and start upholding traditional marriage so fertilility rates rise again.
- Speaking of Al Gore, apparently he and his former boss have more in common than we thought. He's accused of being a "crazed sex poodle" and the lady apparently has body-fluid soaked garments to prove it. Déjà vu anyone? The gal describes Gore "as a tipsy, handsy predator who forced her to drink Grand Marnier, pinned her to a bed, and forcibly French kissed her." It's not hard to imagine that forced kiss. Will any feminists decry this womanizing Alpha Male Democrat ? Don't hold your breath. She also described Gore as a "giggling sex crazed poodle" and as a man with a "violent temper as well as extremely dictatorial commanding attitude besides his Mr. Smiley Global Warming concern persona."
- And where are all these global warming devotees in relation to the oil spill crisis? They don't seem to care that BP is burning sea turtles alive right now. I'll tell you where they are… they are quietly waiting for Obama to exploit this crisis to ram cap and tax down our throats. He follows the Saul Alinsky/Rahm Emanuel manual closely and hits his agenda gas peddle in a crisis not the brakes. From the Oval Office he told us his plan to handle this crisis is lawyers, litigation and legislation. Did anyone else notice that in Obama's Oval Office address the other night he made four points and none of them had anything to do with actually plugging the leak?