Saturday, February 03, 2007


Everything you can do, I can do better

The race to secure the hearts and minds of world citizens and ease their minds on climate change has hit a new low. The British government announced that it will send a copy of Al Gore's film about global warming, An Inconvenient Truth, to every secondary school in the country.

This announcement follows the release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fourth Assessment Report - called Climate Change 2007. The report, not surprisingly, has signalled that the human race bares the responsibility for the heating of the plant. Although, there are still skeptics and many of them will be in the UK next week (Fraser Institute keep the blinders firmly planted).

The report was met with relief in Europe as politicans scramble to do more (better), little fanfare in Asia (where it matters) and sudden emergence of priority in North America where Bush and Harper have discovered green is the new black.

Canada needs to be world leader not just in rheteric (Liberals past and Conservative present). Harper is right, a leader sets attainable targets and hits them. Those targets were lacking in the Clean Air Act and now they get a do-over. It would help if the loser Stockwell Day would shut his hole for a second with his glib, tongue in check global warming jokes. He is such an embarassment.

Whooee! Yer on the money a hunnert percent's worth, sez I.

The Grits an' the Cons is two sides of a wornout coin. The DippyWips'll compromise an' the time fer compromise is over. 'Specially, when they're compromisin' with the Cons.

Canajuns who give a hoot 'bout ol' Mother Earth gotta get on board with Earth Mother Lizzie may an' the Greenies. The others is all talk an' no action.

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