Senator Inhofe: 'I Was Right and They...

Senator Inhofe: 'I Was Right and They Were Wrong'

There are 8 comments on the The New York Times story from Dec 3, 2010, titled Senator Inhofe: 'I Was Right and They Were Wrong'. In it, The New York Times reports that:

Senator James Inhofe, the Oklahoma Republican who is Congressa s most outspoken climate change skeptic, has sent his regrets to the thousands of delegates and global warming campaigners who are in CancAon, Mexico, for the annual United Nations climate change conference, saying he was sorry he would not be able to make an appearance.

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Les

United States

#1 Dec 3, 2010
Well, we tell Mr. Inhofe that he is not welcome. He is a climate changer denier and therefore, his prescence is not welcomed.
Paul

United States

#2 Dec 3, 2010
Senator Inhofe is right. These climate freaks are insane. Now they are paying to stone idols in a desparate attempt to make people believe in their taxation terrorism. Al Gore and his band of thugs are totally insane. They actually pray to Mayan idols. Our tax dollars hard at work. When will this mumbo jumbo junk science end ?

UN Global Warming summit begins with prayer to 'Mayan moon goddess'...

http://voices.washingtonpost.com/post-carbon/...

Since: Apr 10

Milwaukee, WI USA

#3 Dec 3, 2010
Paul wrote:
...When will this mumbo jumbo junk science end ?
Not any time soon, but it will end.

Since: Apr 08

"the green troll"

#4 Dec 4, 2010
Inhofe was wrong.

The physical reality isn't going away.

Temperatures will continue rising, the ice will continue melting, sea level will continue rising.

Meanwhile the American hard right is getting in bed with the creationists.

Inhofe will find out if he's right about creationism when he dies.

The rest of us will find out if he was right about climate after he's dead- when we'll also find out there isn't much time to do anything about it any more.

Believing that the Earth is a few thousand years old and that cave men lived with dinosaurs is an idiocy that hurts nobody.

Believing that we can't affect the climate is not.

“Happy, warm and comfortable”

Since: Oct 10

Mountain retreat, SE Spain

#5 Dec 4, 2010
Fair Game wrote:
Inhofe was wrong.
Speak up, FuG, we can't hear you.
Fair Game wrote:
The physical reality isn't going away.
You're absolutely right, whatever the physical reality is, it cannot go away, we're stuck with it.
Fair Game wrote:
Temperatures will continue rising, the ice will continue melting, sea level will continue rising.
You forgot to add that we're all doomed.
Fair Game wrote:
Meanwhile the American hard right is getting in bed with the creationists.
If we're all doomed, what does that matter?
Fair Game wrote:
Inhofe will find out if he's right about creationism when he dies.
Unless you're religious, you can't really believe that Inhofe will find out anything when he's dead.
Fair Game wrote:
The rest of us will find out if he was right about climate after he's dead- when we'll also find out there isn't much time to do anything about it any more.
Isn't that taking for granted:
1. That, "the rest of us" will outlive Inhofe?
2. Discover something we already know?
3. It's already too late to do anyhting?
Fair Game wrote:
Believing that the Earth is a few thousand years old and that cave men lived with dinosaurs is an idiocy that hurts nobody.
So why even mention it?
Fair Game wrote:
Believing that we can't affect the climate is not.
Believing that we can stop or even slow climate change is for you fairies.
Rational Tulsans

Tulsa, OK

#6 Dec 4, 2010
Inhofe is a white supremacist. He is also a short little man with a quick fuse. He sued his own brother, talk about "family values."

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#8 Dec 4, 2010
Climategate proved human-inlflicted causes of global warming were a hoax. The globe may be warming, but the human factor is extremely minimal. It's all natural for the climate to change. This has been going on since the start of the Big Bang.
GEEWIZ

Russell, KY

#9 Dec 5, 2010
Way 2 go=Great Sen.from OKLAHOMA more smart people like this are needed in the SENATE 2 keep the EPA IN LINE.

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