Monday, January 22, 2007

It's true because true things are true

A Birmingham weatherman says he doesn't know any television meteorologists who believe human activity is causing global warming. Therefore, it must not be.

Alabama Attorney General Troy King says it's good to spend time with friends and family at church and baseball games. Therefore, no one should criticize him for accepting free baseball tickets for his family and church friends from a company whose customers his office represents before the Public Service Commission.

President Bush says his plan to do even more of the exact same things that haven't worked in Iraq thus far will work this time "[b]ecause it has to" work. Therefore, it will work.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Rurality said...

Have to admit I'm a little disappointed in old JS.

7:53 AM  
Anonymous demopolite said...

Interesting that you DON'T comment on the fact that Cullen has basically stated that anyone who has legitimate, science-based misgivings about global warming theory should have their credentials pulled.

I say "Kudos" to Spann for calling the little ninny out on her stupid, unscientific remark.

2:50 PM  
Blogger Alabamian said...

Whether it would be wrong to pull someone's certification if that person has "legitimate, science-based misgivings about global warming theory" (and I think it would be wrong in that case) has nothing to do with whether humans are contributing to global warming.

9:40 PM  

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