New Sarah Palin Facebook Entry: "Global Warming" - More Like a Snow Job

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    What a excellent write up that will make the liberals and MSM go into a overdrive spinout doing damage control tommorrow. If anyone doesn't agree with her assessment on this then something is wrong.


    http://www.facebook.com/notes/sarah-palin/global-warming-more-like-a-snow-job/310814068434

    Over the last few months, and even again today, very unsettling revelations have come to light about the “settled science” of man-made global warming. With all of these shoes dropping you’d think every member of the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) would be barefoot by now.

    One thing after another keeps popping up to further discredit the theory of man-made global warming. The IPCC’s supposedly definitive report proving the theory riddled with serious errors. The organization has been publicly chastised by everyone from its former chair to the heads of the UK’s biggest funder of climate research and Greenpeace UK. One of the world’s top climate change scientists, Prof. Phil Jones, has conceded that there’s been no significant warming since 1995; that the medieval period may have been warmer than today; and that he’s had trouble even keeping track of raw data crucial to the global warming theory. Yet President Obama still seeks to create a federal office for global warming, and they’re still talking about mandating their cap-and-tax plan that's based on discredited data.

    The Obama administration’s environmental extremism also shows up in its aversion to oil and gas development. A true all-of-the-above approach to energy would mean allowing oil and gas explorers to drill here and drill now because America has the proven reserves needed to meet our energy challenges. A new industry study reveals that the federal government's current restrictions on oil and gas drilling in Alaska and off the U.S. coastline will cost us $2.36 trillion through 2029. Think of the millions of U.S. jobs we could create, and how much more secure America would be, if we had a true free market approach to energy independence that allowed us to finally drill!

    And though I applaud the President’s newly declared interest in nuclear power, it should be noted that he’s merely following through on loan guarantees authorized during the prior administration. What’s more, while the White House now touts the building of new nuclear power plants, its budget inexplicably calls for cutting funding to the proposed nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain, Nevada. A real nuclear energy plan requires a strategy for dealing with nuclear waste storage and recycling.
    The man-made global warming hysteria isn’t based on sound science, and the Obama administration’s energy policy isn’t based on sound economics. If the climategate revelations teach us anything, it’s that we need to cool down the rhetoric and fire up our common sense.
    - Sarah Palin
     
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    You have to give her ghost writer credit, he or she is somewhat making Palin look good.
     
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    She majored in Journalism so she can write on her own and she held the top post of the Alaska Oil & Gas Regulatory Commission so she knows and understands the Oil and Gas Sector as well as the fundamentals of domestic drilling with many locally independently owned drilling companies across the U.S. that will create millions of jobs and royalties for land owners who will turn around and use that money to buy goods that will pump the local economies of the towns they live in boosting revenue. Man made Global Warming is a hoax.
     
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    :lol:
     
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    She majored in journalism... from what? Three different schools until she could finally get her degree? And her journalism background prepared her to hold the top post of AOGRC?


    Quick newsflash for you guys: it snows in winter...

    raising sea-levels leads to more water to evaporate... which leads to more moisture in the air.. which leads to... *gasp**** more precipitation...

    which in the winter... believe it or not comes in the form of snow.
     
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    Is there anything wrong in switching schools? I would hope not. She sat out some semesters working to pay for her own tuition. There is nothing wrong with that either. As for being appointed to the commission she is smart and was noticed for it so they appointed her to it. Her husband worked in the business all of his life so she should have a hands on approach to the business. It is very complex and she cut the deal to make the pipeline get the green light to create thousands of jobs. As far as global warming we are just a micro pin prick on the geological time scale and there has been many times of climate change over the eons without man or industrialization. How much has the sea risen?
     
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    YOu do realize that her husband was working hundreds of miles away at the Gathering Station? Do not know how she could get "hands on" experience that way.
    And the pipeline deal was already in place, she pretty much just signed the paperwork.
     
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    I think she switched schools something like six times, by the way if you count her two trips to U of I.
     
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    Shhhhh!!! Let them hold onto at least a little bit of hope for that poor woman. You don't want to let them down too fast.. they may fly planes into federal buildings!
     
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    The AGIA pipeline project had languished for 30 years under previous governors who was unable to negotiate and seal the deal. Gov. Palin managed to pull together the deal in 2 years. When the pipeline is finished in about 10 years, we will have cheaper natural gas for our homes. And it is all because of Gov. Palin's hard work and tenacity.
     

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