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Caught Red-Handed on Climate Change

Uber Dave Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 12:46 PM
"I agree that Gleick made a serious ethical error. Why can’t Ransom and others acknowledge the crime of stealing emails?" Which upsets you most? The fact that the e-mails were "stolen"... ...Or the fact that the Climate Gestapo's true agenda was exposed?
dtaylor944 Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 1:17 PM
We have a dictator starting his second term and if you are worried about the sanctity of your e-mails you had better look to him.
From what I can figure out, you think that it is worse to check someone's e-mail and find out the truth than to tell a lie and charge tax payers and businesses extra based on false information. I just want to make sure I have that straight.
Check out those negotiations where we get tax increases and no visible tangible spending cuts, because according to your king we don't have a spending problem. You can bet he is right on that.
Uber Dave Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 1:23 PM
Not me...

...See Quite Unreasonable AKA M_Hillinger below.

A prominent global warming scientist, Peter Gleick, who was chairman of the ethics committee at the American Geophysical Union, admitted last year that he stole some documents- and he may have forged others- from the conservative think-tank the Heartland Institute. But that’s all in a day’s work for a work-a-day climate warrior. The important thing isn’t the quest for the truth in global climate research, but, as Charlie Sheen would say, winning. With winning comes cash.   

Because for some time it’s been clear, that in the climate debate, instead of actually accomplishing something worthwhile, all the attention will be...

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