CCDA to merge with National caucus

Written By: - Date published: 12:49 pm, September 21st, 2007 - 1 comment
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33_large.jpgHi, my name’s Richard Worth and I’m a climate change denier.  I’ve been clean for one day – since yesterday when my Party endorsed the Labour government’s climate change policy – but today I’m back to my old ways.

Hat-tip Idoit/Savant from No Right Turn.

One comment on “CCDA to merge with National caucus”

  1. Sam Dixon 1

    God, sometimes you forget just how dumb some MPs are. I mean we all know that Clarkson has trouble remembering how to tie his shoes, but one kind of slips into thinking of the others as mildly intelligent or at least must be well-informed.. and then you see a release like that from Worth.

    He’sobviously been reading denier/ global warming conspricay websites as his source of info on climate change, its all the same bollocks I ‘ve seen a hundred times before (except that stuff about the Roman roads being something we should aspire to, the idea that mimicing the military land transport network of a two thousand year old iron-age empire in a modern industry state is its own brand of madness) … when people recite this rubbish to me I sometimes dispair that they have just as many votes as me despite being morons, but that’s the price of democracy I think.. when you see an MP reciting that stuff, well, that puts a shiver down my back.

    .. someone should give this idiot a link to the IPCC and explain to him the difference between authouritative sources and crap sources… although i fear nothing could get through to this idiot.

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