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Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders: Global Warming More Dangerous Than Al-Qaeda…

Just look at the body counts: Global warming = Zero. Al-Qaeda = Countless thousands every year.

Via Daily Caller:

    Forget al-Qaida. According to the Senate’s only openly socialist member, the country’s main national security threat is global warming.

    In fact, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders told Playboy magazine that climate change is a bigger threat to the U.S. than al-Qaida. Sanders is an independent who caucuses with the Democrats.

    Sanders blames “hypercapitalism” for the inaction on global warming, due to the fossil fuels industry manipulating the political process to drown out efforts to cut carbon dioxide emissions. [...]

    “Big business is willing to destroy the planet for short-term profits. I regard that as just incomprehensible. Incomprehensible. And because of their power over the political process, you hear a deafening silence in the U.S. Congress and in other bodies around the world about the severity of the problem. Global warming is a far more serious problem than Al Qaeda,” Sanders added.

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“Big business is willing to destroy the planet for short-term profits.

Sanders is an independent a communist who caucuses with the Democrats.


Oh Nooooooooo!

The sky is really falling this time...


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Offline andy58-in-nh

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If you shut down every single power plant in America it would have absolutely no measurable impact on atmospheric CO2 levels. None. Zero. Unmeasurable.

Millions would freeze or starve to death, but socialists would feel noble about their intentions.
Liberalism isn't really about making the world a better place. It's about reassuring the elites that they are good people for wanting to rule over it.

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Al Qaeda: real
Manmade global warming: imaginary

So poor Bernie feels threatened by the voices in his head?
Just being unique doesn't make you useful.

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[[ Sanders is an independent who caucuses with the Democrats. ]]

Correction:
Sanders is a Marxist-socialist who caucuses with the democrats.

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Millions would freeze or starve to death, but socialists would feel noble about their intentions.

To the true liberal/communist/socialist in congress everything is Machiavellian.  The "cause" is immaterial to the means.  In this case "global warming" means nothing other than a way to further control the citizens by opening another avenue for control.  If liberals thought they could gain more control by saying there is too much salt in the ocean, they would say so and get "scientists" to prove it.  No, they don't care if the world burns up as long as they are in control during the conflagration.  ***evilkitty
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