The now-finished climate change summit in Copenhagen marks the "arrogance of man," former Alaska Quitter-Gov. Sarah Palin (faux-R) said this weekend on her twitter board, even though nobody asked her to post or give a press release to the media. Seems she can get media exposure anytime she wants now using new media platforms. Sigh. Will she ever shut up? No way. She's going to president of this God-forsaken country one of these days, mark my sad words.
Palin, who had urged current USA President Barack Obama, who some commenters on Anthony Watt's blog called WhatsUpWithThat call out as a "skinny black dude" -- one comment said "it's not over till the skinny black dude sings" and Mr Watts let the comment stay up on his blog even though it is blatantly racist. O America! -- not to attend the conference in something is rotten in the state of Dane-mark, blasted the agreement world leaders made late on Friday to begin stemming emissions that contribute to climate change.
This was Plain Sarah's tweet:
Copenhgen = arrogance of man2think we can change nature's ways.MUST b good stewards of God's earth,but arrogant&naive2say man overpwers nature
Translation: O the arrogance of humankind, to think that we can change Nature way's [since it is obvious that global warming is just a cycle of Nature and there is nothing we can do about it, and it certainly has nothing to with the amount of CO2 "man" [and "woman"] is throwing up into the atmosphere every second of every minute of every hour of every day of every week of every month of every year]. We must instead therefore in the name of Jesus Christ my beloved Savior who created this world and Nature some 6000 years ago be good stewards and stewardesses of Jesus the Lord's earth [Look! she does not even CAPITALIZE the word EARTH, what kind of attitude is that, she lowercases "earth"? ouch!]. It is indeed arrogant and naive to think that human beings can somehow try to mitigate the very dire situation that faces humankind as a species in regards to global warming and climate change and which will turn my state of Alaska into a huge refugee camp in the year of our Lord 2500 AD full of climate refugees fleeing an abandonned Lower 48 in search of food, fuel and power. [See Dan E. Bloom's very savvy oped in the Juneau Empire last week; he nails it. Not to the cross, but to the blogosphere, Well done, Danny! Shout out to you, former editor of the Capital City Weekly in Juneau!]
Her second tweet:
Earth saw clmate chnge4 ions;will cont 2 c chnges.R duty2responsbly devlop resorces4humankind/not pollute&destroy;but cant alter naturl chng
Translation: The Earth (earth is her thinking, not uppercase for sarah palin) has seen climate change for ions (ATOMIC TYPO HERE: she means EONS, as in EONS OF TIME, not IONS, but that's just a mere slippage of brain cells, everyone does that kind of thing, she is forgiven for that atomic typo). And humankind and the earth (sic) will continue to see changes as this is my Lord Jesus Christ's will. Our duty is to responsibly develop natural resources for humankind's benefit, and not to pollute and destroy. But hey, dudes and dudettes, we cannot alter natural changes that have taken place over time for ions (sic) of time.
One Capital Hill wit says of sarah lowercase palin's twin tweets:
"Those tweets and previous skepticism the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee has expressed toward global warming science has led some to label her a climate change "denier.""
But to be fair, Quitter Governor Palin has maintained that she does not deny that climate change exists, and that she only questions the extent of the change and what sort of policies should be put in place to address it.
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Palin lovers will call this nitpicking, but her lack of scientific understanding is epitomized by her use of "ions" rather than "eons", which is what she meant.