Climate-change mitigation is 'high ri...

Climate-change mitigation is 'high risk' for government, report says

There are 3 comments on the The Washington Post story from Feb 14, 2013, titled Climate-change mitigation is 'high risk' for government, report says. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

Climate change poses a serious financial threat to the federal government, according to the Government Accountability Office's biennial "High-Risk Report" covering all federal agencies and programs.

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Mike

North Bay, Canada

#1 Feb 14, 2013

“It's Time to Defeat Terrorism ”

Since: May 11

NYC

#2 Feb 14, 2013
Just another ‘ordered’ report by the deceitful liberal Democrat government that uses the Mozlem Brother dictator Morsi tactics of lies and deceit to push the anti-American and America destruction agenda of Obama. Obama keeps sending our money to his Mozlem Brother regime in the Middle East that use it for their rush to the nukes and financing arms for al Qaida terrorists’ attacks on American targets. American find no scientific proof to the lies of the Obama and his Maoist czars that desire to collect more money from the American people because money means poser for Obama who uses the money to by the votes of the liberal parasitic base with free food stamps for lifetime.
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Patriot

Louisville, CO

#4 Feb 14, 2013
What must be done now is to award the email hacker with the next Nobel Peace Prize, revoke Al Gore’s, confiscate all the profits that have been made from furthering the lies and misdirections of the climate alarmists (including Michael Moore of course), shut down the UN’s Climate wing, and immediately dismantle and disrupt the EPA and the last 20 years of restrictions and regulations and blockades of access to American energy resources. Oh yeah-let’s burn the Cap & Trade bill and shutter the whole economy-destroying Ethanol nonsense while we’re at it.

Why you ask? Because it has finally come out that there has been no global warming since 1995 (it was much worse during Medieval times you see) and the now-shamed Professor at the heart of the original IPCC email scandal has finally been uncovered as a fraud. I can actually understand now why he once considered suicide…he knew this day of reckoning was coming.

The problem with saying “the science is settled” is that, sooner or later, someone else that truly believes in the never-ending pursuit of “science” is going to un-settle it with either new revelations or new discoveries. Unfortunately for Al Gore, we have come upon a newer, even more inconvenient truth; they lied.

Now we have to go about the business of cleaning up their mess.

http://www.redstate.com/haystack/2010/02/15/r...

The EPA was ruled to Unconstitutional thus Unlawful in the early 1970's

http://www.libertyroundtable.com/2011/02/04/e...

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