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  1. Bernie says

    I’m not sure why anyone would ask Jan Brewer her opinion on anything; she is an IDIOT…who does not believe in science, common sense, logic or anything rational, even more dumb than most Republicans..I would not elect her to catch dogs or even rats

  2. says

    “I probably don’t believe”? I did want to say it was overly careful wording until her injection after. How about having an informed opinion with some factual basis for once. At least have to the flexibility to be able to develop or change when personal conviction and public policy don’t match the evidence, like anthropogenic climate change.

    What a concept that we are be mucking with the planet’s systems, and there are consequences! Her state’s been having drought for over a decade now. I don’t imagine she’ll believe it until there’s a new Dust Bowl.

  3. One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Four..... says

    “Jan Brewer is insane, all that heat must have fried her brain.”

    Don’t think it was the heat, more likely the liquor. She shows signs of dementia.

  4. Craig says

    Yup! That is a perfect EXAMPLE of the dim-wit that runs the state in which I live (God help us!)

    Denser than depleted uranium, Has a better vacuum between her ears than that found in deep space, and as clueless as a rock. (and they ELECTED her!)

  5. Matt says

    I get SO tired of Republican arrogance when confronted with questions. If you know your answer is wrong, then why don’t you just give up and admit it? All this would stop if you would just stop being so damn stupid. For crying out loud; it’s YOUR fault.

  6. parkrunner says

    It has been said that global warming began when Governor Brewer stood up from a plastic chair. The incredible heat mixed with methane gas rose up to the atmosphere and started the hole in the ozone. We all need to chip in and buy her a block of ice to sit on. Changing it once every two hours would be sufficient.
    Giving her enough breaks in her bitter agenda for bathroom breaks would go a long way in normalizing her evacuation schedule and decrease her flatulence.
    We can do this if we all stick together and control the effects of “La Bruja”.

  7. Dan Pangburn says

    Paraphrasing Richard Feynman: Regardless of how many experts believe it or how many organizations concur, if it doesn’t agree with observation, it’s wrong.

    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), some politicians and many others stubbornly continue to proclaim that increased atmospheric carbon dioxide was the primary cause of global warming.

    Measurements demonstrate that they are wrong.

    The atmospheric carbon dioxide level has now increased since 2001 by 23.2 ppmv (an amount equal to 25.9% of the increase that took place from 1800 to 2001) (1800, 281.6 ppmv; 2001, 371.13 ppmv; October, 2012, 394.32 ppmv).

    The average global temperature trend since 2001 is flat.

    That is the observation. No amount of spin can rationalize that the temperature increase to 2001 was caused by a CO2 increase of 89.5 ppmv but that 23.2 ppmv additional CO2 increase had no effect on the average global temperature trend after 2001.

  8. Acronym Jim says

    “I probably don’t believe that it’s man made.”

    Uh-huh.

    Which leads me to surmise that the unspoken follow up sentence is probably “but I’ll let you know for sure once Rush, Glenn and Joe tell me.”

  9. ratbastard says

    Oh please. I don’t like the lady for various reasons, give it a rest.

    Global ‘warming’ is a SCAM…and ‘Climate Change’ is ALWAYS going on and always will. It’s all about $$$ and power by various individuals, groups, ideologies, megacorporations.

  10. jamal49 says

    Gee, Jan, perhaps global warming is a result of the verbal flatulence that escapes your mouth and the mouth of every Republican each time any of you speak.

  11. Gast says

    @RATBASTARD

    CO2 trapped in the atmosphere refracts light heating up Earth’s surface just like in a microwave. We are responsible for that excess of CO2. For the last 30 years we have seen constant temperature increase of 0.10 every single year.

  12. Geoff says

    They need to take her OUT of the oven, let her ‘rest’, wrap her in foil, put that in a plastic bag (tie tightly to cut down on the fumes), place in the freezer till trash day…then take it out to the curb. It is NOT recyclable – so avoid the blue can at all cost.

  13. Jerry6 says

    I can understand that a lot of Politicians can be ignorant. But usually they only get as far as the House and Senate. It is seldom that a Governor is both stupid AND ignorant.

  14. Dan Pangburn says

    Average GLOBAL temperature anomalies are reported on the web by NOAA, GISS, Hadley, RSS, and UAH, all of which are government agencies. The first three all draw from the same data base of surface measurement data. The last two draw from the data base of satellite measurements. Each agency processes the data slightly differently from the others. Each believes that their way is most accurate. To avoid bias, I average all five. The averages in Celsius degrees are listed here.

    20010.3473
    20020.4278
    20030.4245
    20040.3641
    20050.4663
    20060.3930
    20070.4030
    20080.2598
    20090.4022
    20100.5261
    20110.3277

    A straight line (trend line) fit to these data has no slope. That means that, for over a decade, average global temperature has not changed. If the average thru October, 2012 (0.3691 °C) is included, the slope is down.

  15. ratbastard says

    Just ‘man’ Lil’ Canadian, or women,too?

    I can say without doubt that the air quality in places like Boston and NYC where I grew up is considerably cleaner than what it was when I was a child and kid, when the whole place reeked of diesel fumes much of the time, and pollution especially in winter was really noticeable. Much of this has to do with the de-industrialization of North America [U.S. and Canada], very expensive filtering techniques for places like coal power plants that work quite well, nuclear power, cleaner fuel, more efficient motor vehicles, etc., Go to China and India [for example] and it’s like the way we were a half century or more ago.

    Yes, I believe in climate change, but this is a normal occurrence. Human beings are still no match for mother nature or just plain physics of our world. ‘Progressives’ failed miserably in their social engineering debacles from the mid 20th century onwards especially, so they co-opted the environmental movement, reasoning no one could argue about clean air, clean water, etc., They managed to get gigantic government subsidies for this and that, which big business and con men and women everywhere loved and still love, which is today the primary motivation for the ‘green’ movement and ‘climate change’ movement. Follow the $$$ trail.

  16. ratbastard says

    Just ‘man’ Lil’ Canadian, or women,too?

    I can say without doubt that the air quality in places like Boston and NYC where I grew up is considerably cleaner than what it was when I was a child and kid, when the whole place reeked of diesel fumes much of the time, and pollution especially in winter was really noticeable. Much of this has to do with the de-industrialization of North America [U.S. and Canada], very expensive filtering techniques for places like coal power plants that work quite well, nuclear power, cleaner fuel, more efficient motor vehicles, etc., Go to China and India [for example] and it’s like the way we were a half century or more ago.

    Yes, I believe in climate change, but this is a normal occurrence. Human beings are still no match for mother nature or just plain physics of our world. ‘Progressives’ failed miserably in their social engineering debacles from the mid 20th century onwards especially, so they co-opted the environmental movement, reasoning no one could argue about clean air, clean water, etc., They managed to get gigantic government subsidies for this and that, which big business and con men and women everywhere loved and still love, which is today the primary motivation for the ‘green’ movement and ‘climate change’ movement. Follow the $$$ trail.

  17. ratbastard says

    Just ‘man’ Lil’ Canadian, or women,too?

    I can say without doubt that the air quality in places like Boston and NYC where I grew up is considerably cleaner than what it was when I was a child and kid, when the whole place reeked of diesel fumes much of the time, and pollution especially in winter was really noticeable. Much of this has to do with the de-industrialization of North America [U.S. and Canada], very expensive filtering techniques for places like coal power plants that work quite well, nuclear power, cleaner fuel, more efficient motor vehicles, etc., Go to China and India [for example] and it’s like the way we were a half century or more ago.

    Yes, I believe in climate change, but this is a normal occurrence. Human beings are still no match for mother nature or just plain physics of our world. ‘Progressives’ failed miserably in their social engineering debacles from the mid 20th century onwards especially, so they co-opted the environmental movement, reasoning no one could argue about clean air, clean water, etc., They managed to get gigantic government subsidies for this and that, which big business and con men and women everywhere loved and still love, which is today the primary motivation for the ‘green’ movement and ‘climate change’ movement. Follow the $$$ trail.

  18. Dan Pangburn says

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