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Climate change debunked

Last week’s letter to the editor regarding climate change was indeed interesting, but if I were going to try to make a case for “global warming” I would have chosen to do it when I wasn’t freezing my buns off.

“Global warming” has been completely debunked, but is still being used to advance a political agenda. This political agenda is best described by Obama’s Science Czar John Holdren, a former man-made “global cooling” alarmist who in the 1977 book “Eco Science” (which he co-authored) touted forced abortions, sterilizing the public via the water supply, and creating a “planetary regime” with an armed police force to control resources and the human population. That doesn’t sound like improving the quality of life to me. In fact, it sounds a lot more like hell on earth.

Why should we believe someone who can’t make up his mind whether we are warming up, cooling down or going sideways?

For more on that dreaded CO2 molecule, which we all exhale about two pounds of daily, go online and read Alex Newman’s article entitled “Climate Scare Over” on the New American website.

Robert Vickaryous

Bonners Ferry

Stop BBA in Idaho, Wash.

Please read these articles and work to prevent the approval of any application for a Balanced Budget Amendment Article V Convention by sending them to your State Reps. We must Stop any BBA calls in Washington and Idaho. Thank you.

http://gemstatepatriot.com/blog/constitutional-convention-facts/

http://gemstatepatriot.com/blog/budget-solution-will-not-be-found-in-convention-of-states/

Robert Vickaryous

Bonners Ferry

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