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Friday, October 12, 2007

What the flippity F***? )(@)&#&%&(&#@!!!!

Former Vice President, and Democrat, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. He won it jointly with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
Is that a politacal statement or what?
"Awarding it to Al Gore cannot be seen as anything other than a political statement. Awarding it to the IPCC is well-founded," said Bjorn Lomborg, author of "The Skeptical Environmentalist."
He criticized Gore's film as having "some very obvious mistakes, like the argument that we're going to see six meters of sea-level rise," he said.
"They (Nobel committee) have a unique platform in getting people's attention on this issue, and I regret they have used it to make a political statement."

7 comments:

Effortlessly Average said...

Wow, his selection has stirred more controversey than when they gave the award to that Arafat guy.

e.Craig said...

Gore's award could not have been based solely on his bogus documentary, but I wasn't interested in reading or watching any news about it. I'd like to have the money that had to have been spent in pimping his nomination.

Woozie said...

I like that Bjorn Lomborg is a skeptic because I don;t particularly like being told that we're all going to die within the next fifty years. Though there's some definite fear mongering in "An Inconvenient Truth" he's got the general idea nailed down, that climate change will become a serious problem if we don't act soon to stop it. And that's what counts.

Anything can happen in politics, but Al Gore is not running for president. He's too smart.

Ellie said...

I very much dislike Al Gore

just a statement

Scotsman said...

Nobel PEACE Prize...

Political????

Wow....

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