Less grumpiness, more righteous anger

Less grumpiness, more righteous anger

There are 10 comments on the Berkshire Eagle story from Nov 3, 2009, titled Less grumpiness, more righteous anger. In it, Berkshire Eagle reports that:

It may not be a decline comparable to that of the Roman Empire, but things have been have been going downhill lately, some in incomprehensible ways.

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wilbur

Boulder, CO

#1 Nov 9, 2009
michelle, did you forget to take yer meds again???

no note on the demise of the polar bears?

p.c. liberals are destroying this country.

will barry sarturro honor his mooslim warrior on weds.?

Since: Aug 08

Bridgeville, PA

#2 Nov 9, 2009
wilbur wrote:
no note on the demise of the polar bears?
From the article:
the number of people who believe there is strong scientific evidence that the planet has gotten warmer over the past few decades is down to 57 percent from 71 percent in April of last year and from 77 percent when Pew started asking the question in 2006. The biggest decline in those who believe that the Earth is warming up occurred this year. Fifty-seven percent of Republicans say that there is no solid evidence of global warming, up from 31 percent in 2007.

Ten years ago, dems & repubs were much closer on their opinions about AGW. Exxon & energy companies, through conservative radio, TV, internet websites have successfully split repubs away from science & the long informational history about increasing rates of man-created or generated greenhouse gases.

There have been no science data bestowed on these conservative websites, that have been successfully integrated into AGW theory. Appeals have been made to republican based philosophies which have swayed good proportions of conservatives, repubs, & libertarians away from AGW. These new won deniers of AGW, spout what they call science, but no ideas set forth by deniers have been incorporated into AGW theory that would overturn any of the principles of AGW theory.

“CO2 is Gaseous Love”

Since: Dec 08

Home, sweet home.

#3 Nov 9, 2009
Our congress doesn't listen, damn right we're angry. We have plenty of green jobs waiting for those representatives, they'll be standing in the unemployment lines after the next election.
Hank Rearden

Hartsville, SC

#4 Nov 9, 2009
Are you F'n kidding me.

Those green jobs you are worried about are on the backs of taxpayers. If they are not existing(needed) jobs today then what will congress do to make them "needed" tomorow?

Since: Sep 09

Pittsfield

#5 Nov 9, 2009
They are gonna jam it ALL down our throats and act like we wanted it all along, because they think we are stupid sheep.

Since: Sep 09

Pittsfield

#6 Nov 9, 2009
(ALL = vaccines, Health Care Bill, Cap and Trade Tax, Internet 2, Global Currency, GMO Foods, Obama Youth Brigades, Obama Executive Orders, Obama Lies, Afgan War, Telecom Spying, Bush getting away with it etc etc)

The World waits for the American People to do something.
litesong

Everett, WA

#7 Aug 31, 2012
Blast from the Past-----

From the article:
.....the number of people who believe there is strong scientific evidence that the planet has gotten warmer over the past few decades is down to 57 percent from 71 percent in April of last year and from 77 percent when Pew started asking the question in 2006. The biggest decline in those who believe that the Earth is warming up occurred this year. Fifty-seven percent of Republicans say that there is no solid evidence of global warming, up from 31 percent in 2007.
//////////
litesong wrote:
Ten years ago, dems & repubs were much closer on their opinions about AGW. Exxon & energy companies, through conservative radio, TV, internet websites have successfully split repubs away from science & the long informational history about increasing rates of man-created or generated greenhouse gases.
There have been no science data bestowed on these conservative websites, that have been successfully integrated into AGW theory. Appeals have been made to republican based philosophies which have swayed good proportions of conservatives, repubs, & libertarians away from AGW. These new won deniers of AGW, spout what they call science, but no ideas set forth by deniers have been incorporated into AGW theory that would overturn any of the principles of AGW theory.
Robin Darwin

Pittsfield, MA

#8 Sep 1, 2012
litesong wrote:
Blast from the Past-----
From the article:
.....the number of people who believe there is strong scientific evidence that the planet has gotten warmer over the past few decades is down to 57 percent from 71 percent in April of last year and from 77 percent when Pew started asking the question in 2006. The biggest decline in those who believe that the Earth is warming up occurred this year. Fifty-seven percent of Republicans say that there is no solid evidence of global warming, up from 31 percent in 2007.
//////////
litesong wrote:
Ten years ago, dems & repubs were much closer on their opinions about AGW. Exxon & energy companies, through conservative radio, TV, internet websites have successfully split repubs away from science & the long informational history about increasing rates of man-created or generated greenhouse gases.
There have been no science data bestowed on these conservative websites, that have been successfully integrated into AGW theory. Appeals have been made to republican based philosophies which have swayed good proportions of conservatives, repubs, & libertarians away from AGW. These new won deniers of AGW, spout what they call science, but no ideas set forth by deniers have been incorporated into AGW theory that would overturn any of the principles of AGW theory.
did you know that if you cut a frogs leg off with a butter knife that it may grow back? oh yeah. it might...if you try this at home be real careful not to cut your own leg off with the butter knife

“Happy, warm and comfortable”

Since: Oct 10

Mountain retreat, SE Spain

#9 Sep 1, 2012
litesout wrote:
From the article:
the number of people who believe there is strong scientific evidence that the planet has gotten warmer over the past few decades is down to 57 percent from 71 percent in April of last year and from 77 percent when Pew started asking the question in 2006. The biggest decline in those who believe that the Earth is warming up occurred this year. Fifty-seven percent of Republicans say that there is no solid evidence of global warming, up from 31 percent in 2007.
Ten years ago, dems & repubs were much closer on their opinions about AGW. Exxon & energy companies, through conservative radio, TV, internet websites have successfully split repubs away from science & the long informational history about increasing rates of man-created or generated greenhouse gases.
There have been no science data bestowed on these conservative websites, that have been successfully integrated into AGW theory. Appeals have been made to republican based philosophies which have swayed good proportions of conservatives, repubs, & libertarians away from AGW. These new won deniers of AGW, spout what they call science, but no ideas set forth by deniers have been incorporated into AGW theory that would overturn any of the principles of AGW theory.
It certainly is a blast from the past, it was written in the days before litesout completely lost his mind.
PHD

Houston, TX

#10 Sep 1, 2012
Earthling-1 wrote:
<quoted text>It certainly is a blast from the past, it was written in the days before litesout completely lost his mind.
Well that's one thing you should have no concern about. That is having a mind. You never answered a grade school question. Oh my apology you’re without a mind so it would be a stretch to think you could.

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