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  • rebadoggy rebadoggy Dec 8, 2011 3:51 PM Flag

    When will Republicans start believing in Global Warming?

    It is not a Republican fault nor a Democratic fault. The number of persons per household in the USA has gone down.

    The one thing that will stop reproduction in its tracks will be the lack of food. Seems like we here in the USA would rather grow single family houses than food.

    We would rather make corn whiskey Ethonal, than use it for food. We have not had a widespread drouth since the 1950's, the one before that was exabreated by poor farming practices, and even then it was the most destrutive drought in our history.

    So houses and anything that moves will shut down the reproduction in the USA.

    You are correct in warning us how many will beleive you I hope many.

    Thank you.

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    • Why do you care, reba? You support a Party that seems to think it is totally acceptable to lie so you can send thousands of Americans to fight and die in a war just so your military contractor friends can glean a profit.

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      • Fact..when Mt. St. Helens blew, it expelled more noxious gases into the atrosphere in 12 hours than mankind has been able to do in the last 1,000 years. Even today, active volcanoes do so at a rate more than 100 times what mankind can do daily.

        Fact..if all the snow & ice were to melt, the oceans would rise less than one inch.

        Fact..if the average ocean temperature were to rise only one degree, the oceans would rise close to four feet. (thermal expansion) create the one degree increase, it would require a cataclismic event so great, most flora & fauna would not survive.

        Fact..just too many unprepared political posters on this board with a false agenda.

        Fact..if the World were logical, men would ride side saddle on a horse.

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