Actually, the statement he made is a legitimate one, or at least its coupled with a legitimate question: what the hell can man do to actually change the weather on a massive
scale? I'm afraid the answer is 'not much.'
along this line of thinking, I think the Pentagon of all groups is ahead of the curve on climate change. They don't care if its man made or not, but they sure as hell have contingency plans in place for if the oceans do rise. Which begs the question, why are politicians more concerned with trying to prevent the inevitable? Shouldn't they be more concerned with dealing with unpreventable oceanic shift and rise, which will affect the lives of nearly 2/3rds of America's population??? Or at least plan in this regard? Instead they focus endlessly on 'cap and trade' and convincing the public that switching light bulbs is going to save the Earth. Give me a ****ing break, anyone who believes this garbage is a goddamned moron. We need to deal with this ****, NOW. We need massive public relocation plans in place, we need to prepare for this in as many ways as possible. This won't happen of course and our country will be caught with its pants down in 50-100 years and thousands of Americans, and millions of people, will perish around the world.
actually I take it all back, cap and trade is the way to go baby.