Oogedy-Boogedy… Schwarzenegger & Obama Push Global Warming Legislation

The oceans have been cooling since 2003.
Sea ice is growing at fastest pace on record.
There are growing fears of a coming freeze worse than the ice age.
For the second straight year the Earth is, in fact, cooling… not warming.
But, that won’t stop the Obama Administration from proceeding with legislation that will further retard the economy.

Oogedy-Boogedy.

In a web video produced for the Bi-Partisan Governors Global Climate Summit, President-elect Barack Obama pledged new leadership to address global climate change:

Meanwhile… Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was praised for balancing economic growth and environmental protection today.
Free Republic and The San Diego Union-Tribune reported:

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger opened his international climate change summit yesterday by upstaging himself with an even bigger political star – President-elect Barack Obama.

Schwarzenegger, a Republican whose efforts to combat global warming in California have generated worldwide acclaim, wants to show that governments can balance environmental protection and economic growth.

In the real world… California struggled to close a $15 billion hole in the state budget two months ago. It was among the biggest deficits in state history. Now the state faces an additional $11 billion shortfall and may be unable to pay its bills this spring.

For the record: The oogedy-boogedy was taken from K. Parker’s Christian-bash.

UPDATE: For the record– The planet has cooled significantly since George W. Bush took office.

UPDATE: California unemployment is now the third highest in the nation.

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