Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Well, THAT Didn't Take Long...

Senator Whitehouse (D-ouchebag, Rhode Island) is a grandstanding, partisan moron.

Democratic Senator uses Okla. tornado for anti-GOP rant over global warming
While many Americans were tuned into news coverage of the massive damage from tornadoes ravaging the state of Oklahoma, Rhode Island Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse took to the Senate floor to rail against his Republican colleagues for denying the theory of anthropogenic global warming.

I'm sorry, perhaps I missed the part where global warming was NOT proven to be flatlined since at least the 1990s? I'll leave it to #1 blogson to do the heavy lifting on global warming, but I did want to point out what a despicable waste of oxygen the Senator from Rhode Island appears to be. As news is coming out of Oklahoma about the dozens of people killed by the tornado (a cyclone, you tiny-brained lemming, happens over tropical waters, not over landlocked states), this jackanape takes to the podium to use these deaths as nothing more than a political cudgel with which to beat the opposition.

Real class act there, Rhode Island.

People are dying, and all this POS can think about is scoring points against his political opponents. In his sad little mind, the ONLY thing standing between complete natural harmony and people killed by natural disasters is one political party in the United States. What a warped, twisted, and sick view of things. That he couldn't even wait for all of the victims to be accounted for speaks volumes to his character - or, specifically, lack thereof.

Okay,  Einstein. Let me hear your grand plan for stopping all of these climate disasters. Tell me how you would stop all of the bad things from happening; how you would stop this from happening? You're really good at laying the blame at the feet of the Republicans - who, by the way, do not control your precious Senate, jerkweed - but I don't hear any suggestions coming from you or your party as to what we should do about this alleged global warming.

Besides, of course, pissing away more billions of dollars on supposedly "green" companies that seem to exist solely for the purpose of getting grant money and they going bankrupt, that is...

That is all.


12 comments:

Mopar said...

So global warming caused the tornados this week, and global warming caused the LACK of tornados this year BEFORE this week. Gotcha.

Mopar said...

and don't forget that twatwaffle Lizz Winstead from The Daily Show, who said "This tornado is in Oklahoma so clearly it has been ordered to only target conservatives."

Angus McThag said...

Cyclone is used in the midwest for tornado.

"Iowa State Cyclones" for example...

This is a "pop/soda" thing I think.

Down here in the nation's limp wang we never say cyclone for hurricane, we say tropical cyclone. Assuming, for some reason, we're NOT using the storm's given name.

Angus McThag said...

Yeah, Jay, you're just wrong on the definition of cyclone. Oops.

Cyclone

Anonymous said...

Semantic usages aside, the disHonorable Gentleman from RI is, nonetheless, a foul, sordid, follicular irritation disguised as a human. IMHO.

LittleRed1

Anonymous said...

The tornado was invented by evil white capitalists to destroy the workers homes so the masses would have to buy new ones! Bastards!!!!

Gerry

Crotalus said...

"Cyclone" is or was used in the Midwest for "tornado", though that word now officially defines all tropical cyclones such as typhoons and hurricanes, and extratropical cyclones, which are the great low pressure storm systems of the mid-latitudes.

Now, back to this idjit: this last powerful twister hit a school and killed many children. So let's ban assault tornadoes! ( Hey! Makes as much sense as punishing gun owners for the psychos!)

Jennifer said...

What the fucking hell! They are still pulling children out of the school and this ass starts running his mouth about global warming?!?!
*the remainder of this rant consists of sputtering and unintelligible cursing.

AAcid said...

As someone who escaped this moron's district and landed in OKC, well, my opinion of him would get this comment bounced. I'll be generous and call him an idiot.

Even assuming that the AGW is 100% correct and worst case scenario is even more benign than reality, this storm was no different than any of the other ones that can hit the area. It was dang strong and slow, but the weather conditions that created it are no different than those in the 1930's, 1950's and later. Just as living in NE means accepting that some Massachusetts driver will kill you in the snow, living in Tornado Alley means accepting the danger there. AGW hasn't changed that, much as the same 20-30 year cycle of devastating hurricanes in NE still stands.

Shane W said...

My sister, her husband and their kids lost their home and both vehicles yesterday. I won't dirty your blog with the things I have to say about that POS but I promise he'll know exactly what I think of him!

Geodkyt said...

As Mad Mike Williamson might say,

"The chippers thirst!"

Soylent Politician -- compost that's not made from people!

Paul from Canada said...

Hell, even the "Science Reporter" on the BBC, THE BBC!!!, was saying that the incidence of twisters has NOT been going up in any statistically significant way. No link to Global Warming.