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GOP lawmaker mocks conservatives for their nonsense about climate change

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Republican Rep. Bob Inglis (above), who blames his primary election defeat partly on his belief in climate science, looks askance at the conservative movement’s skepticism about global warming.

In mocking these skeptics, Inglis says they “slept at a Holiday Inn Express last night, and they’re experts on climate change. They substitute their judgment for people who have Ph.D.s and work tirelessly” on climate change.

The story is HERE.

POSTSCRIPT: In keeping with our Applesauce custom with regard to posts about climate change, here’s our obligatory list of organizations that subscribe to mainstream scientific theories on man-made global warming:

American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Astronomical Society, American Chemical Society, American Geophysical Union, American Institute of Physics, American Meteorological Society, American Physical Society, American Quaternary Association, Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences, Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, European Academy of Sciences and Arts, European Geosciences Union, European Science Foundation, Geological Society of America, Geological Society of London-Stratigraphy Commission, InterAcademy Council, International Council of Academies of Engineering and Technological Sciences, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, International Union for Quaternary Research, National Research Council, Network of African Science Academies, Royal Meteorological Society and World Meteorological Organization.

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2 Comments

  1. Mr. Funfsinn

    He simply proves that they made the right decision. He now joins the long list of political losers and unkowns, and rightfully so. I hope that he sayshello to John B. Anderson

  2. Funfsinn: You say the GOP electorate “made the right decision” in voting out a Republican simply because he subscribed to mainstream scientific theory with regard to global warming.

    I suppose that means that you side with the flat-earthers and other opponents of science. Let me guess, you also don’t believe in evolution, right? I mean, evolution is based on real science and therefore is not to be believed, right?

    By the way, what does John B. Anderson have to do with any of this? He was never voted out of Congress.

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