Skip to comments.AMERICA - The Right Way!! (Day 2261) [Remember the Trade Center!!]
Posted on 06/01/2007 4:29:35 AM PDT by Chairman_December_19th_Society
As we settle into the nighttime of despair, fret not, for the Sun will rise again!!
We, here, will never forget those who died on September 11, 2001, as we seek to protect the Republic from all who will do her harm!!
This morning the Washington Pravda (called the Post by the evangelists of the left) is running a piece that leaves absolutely no comfort whatsoever in the hearts of those desiring to protect the American Way.
President Bush appears to have caved on the subject of Global Warming.
The President yesterday took the initiative to put the United States out in front in agreeing to goals for reducing so-called greenhouse gas emissions--in particular, carbon dioxide. The President outlined this in his speech for his priorities at the G8 summit next week in Germany.
The problem is fundamental. Carbon dioxide is the end product of the process of combustion--the key to liberating energy from the most efficient of fuels. While it is true there is more than simply a casual relationship between the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and the ability to retain radient energy (the planet would be unlivable if this were not true as the surface temperature would be well below zero), no one has been able to answer a fundamental question--what is the mathematical relationship between the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and temperature change. Is it linear? Doesn't appear to be, otherwise planet temperatures would be far higher now as carbon levels have gone up by tens of percentage points over the last decades. So what is it?
Talk has been made of a so-called "tipping point", the point at which carbon dioxide levels would cause temperature increases. Again--what is that level? No one seems to be able to have an answer.
Then there is the anecdotal information available to everyone. Supposedly the planet is warming, but there have been record snowfalls over the northern United States in recent years--indeed, just a couple of years ago northern Virginia received over 60 inches of snow during the winter!
Simply stated, from iceagenow.com, you cannot say its getting warmer when the refrigerator is getting colder.
As has been pointed out on numerous occassions, the meteorological process that generates the east coast blizzards associated with the nor'easter storms requires the collision between warm and cold air masses. As cold air cannot hold as much water vapor as warm air (and the colder the air, the less water vapor it holds), the moisture is squeezed out of the tropical portion of the storm and falls. The greater this temperature difference, the more efficient the process--in other words, more precipitiation. Of course, if the difference is great enough, the cold side is below freezing at the surface, causing snow.
It is also well established that soil changes temperature far more readily than water (in fact, changing the temperature of water requires the transfer of more energy per unit of mass than just about any other substance). People usually intuitively know this--that's why we throw water on a fire to put it out.
Intuition would also suggest that if snowfall levels are increasing, then the process for creating such must be working better--and that there is more cold air available to create the outcome.
Problem is, all the hot air surrounding the subject of global warming is apparently melting people's common sense.
Unfortunately, the President seems to have joined that crowd.
Say good bye to prosperity.
For AMERICA - The Right Way, I remain yours in the Cause, the Chairman.
Good morning. At least it’s Friday!
Wonder what is making the price of milk go up,on local news they said the price of a gallon of milk will be $5.00 by Christmas, it is $3 plus now (?)
they than compared that to a gallon of gasoline......:)
I'll post links then have to skedaddle, but I'll be back to post later. It's been a busy week....busier than I'd planned.
There is more than likely a link between the requirement to sell more ethanol-enriched gasoline (what once upon a time used to be called gasahol) and the price of milk.
Have you noticed that corn isn't making its usual seasonal drop in cost? Or at least not as much?
Corn is being moved into the gasoline world to stretch the supply coming out of refineries.
Problem is, the ability to produce corn, while it can grow, can only grow so fast. Until then, supply and demand is driving things. So corn becomes more expensive.
And corn is part of the feed grain for cows. So, the product of cows--milk--will go up too.
Constitution Center in Philly, followed by a ride on The Duck.
So far it looks like we are going to have a good day even if we do need more rain.
I have a show out of my front door today, both roosters having a crowing contest and are squaring off ready to fight it out, apparently over Hill-o-ree.
I am going to plant some shrubs today around the big house and thinking about putting a few around my ‘Shack in the back’. I an going to put me a screen door on my front, and of course you ALL know that if you put a small piece of cotton on the sine it will keep the flies out.
Time is getting short to adopt J.T., they check his speech, his anger problem which he has and just a general physical checkup. Soon, we pray, he will be a member of our family and I will send a picture of him when this is done. He is 100% boy and now he has a home, a loving home.
Time to start thinking of a little girl to adopt. Of course I suggested a 22 year old blond but D scratched that idea.
My chicks are starting to eat ‘big boy’ chicken feed, they are growing like mad. Like I have said, time to think about an addition onto the oval office.
Wear a smile today when you meet people, a good morning or good afternoon is in order and it will surely make someone feel good.
Fred Thompson is in Michael Barone
CON, yes, I've called out Senators, and will again.
Raven, I tuned into Limbaugh yesterday in time to hear him discuss the Henninger WSJ piece which I'd similarly found distressing earlier in the day yesterday.
A gallon of moonshine whisy coast 2.50 a gallon, THAT stuff will run anything.
Ahhh, okay now I see the correlation.
Oh that is lovely! You okay?
Yes. Just busy.
And today I will eat a bowl of oatmeal..
If corn gets scarce and/or too expensive, Toby, you’ll have to save your grits for special occasions....or plant a money crop to cover their cost. (I have seeds for money plants. Need some? LOL)
Ha! Good one, Cmom!
Plenty of money seed, grew a great crop of it last year.
Good morning folks, nice to “see” everybody. Thanks for the links Molly, as always.
Had bad storms here again yesterday and a tornado or microburst (at minimum) sucked the windows out of a house just about 100 yards from where we are. Luckily nothing happened to us here, but too darned close for comfort especially being in a modular home without a basement.
Hopefully that’s the last of the really bad weather for a while.
Have a great day everybody.
Goodness. Happy you are all right.
Thanks for sharing.
Words to live by, lysie. Thanks for the treat.
No, I can’t login but I do suscribe to their newsletter. What’s the article?
Continuing to water here. I offered some plants to a friend, so I'm watering before digging them up.
This is our homeless family week to host, and again, we're having behavior issues: poor respect for property despite strong entry rules speech, and signs, etc. One of the other volunteer leaders has left on vacation - Tues. - and so it's fallen to me to go back to the volunteers and families and get the message across again.
I'm getting tired of the difficulties in the program, and will round out my 4 th year next spring, and move on. It's quite possible another person would be more effective and supportive of the lead volunteer - the one who's left for the week - than I am.
For example, I am not interested in taking over her spot, and it would be good for her to get someone into the effort who would be.
So that has kept me going this week, plus some household maintenance things, but, BUT...
Last night I went to the game to see the Tribe beat the Tigers! It was great fun, the place was bustling and noisy, and I loved every minute of it!
Man how I dislike this man..
>>Whats the article?
Not an article.
It’s a video of Henninger (yesterday) discussing his immigration article
Okay, Raven that must have been from the WSJ cable show? I heard a clip of that on some radio show.
I'm heading out to deliver the plants I dug up...after which I looked like that Mudpie girl from Peanuts...what'shername?
If you start burning out, back off for a while, get a rest, do some rethinking, you will guide yourself into the right direction.
oh I see, Raven...Henninger made the comments yesterday, while the clip I heard was from last weekend...sorry, the heat got to me, plus the dirt! LOL
We have a line of storms headed our way it looks like...
I can’t dislike the President, but I do wonder to whom he’s listening and believing. His stance frustrates me to no end. Keep thinking I might be missing something. More likely, I think he’s not getting good advice.
Maybe if we all write to Laura and share our concerns. For sure, he’ll listen to her!
I can’t go that far, but I feel betrayed in many ways by people I once trusted.
Speaking of the Det. Tigers, I've been meaning to ask you baseball buffs here, if you are familiar with Eldon Auker
He is the baseball hall-of-famer (I believe he's in the HOF anyway) that was born in Mr. Prairie's hometown.
Ever heard of Auker, anybody?
Those behavior issues may well be what contributed to those people being homeless in the first place. Sorry to hear it’s been rough again for your program and especially for you Molly.
>> More likely, I think hes not getting good advice
The old saying...if you stay inside the beltway long enough, everyone becomes a flamin’ lib.
Did I mention I have a parking meter in my flower plot>
My thinking on the whole matter is that if he said it was night at 11PM, the enemy would say it is daylight and 11AM. The attacks on OUR President Bush is taken as gospel.
My momma always said there are two things you never do, talk about another man’s wife and don’t spread hate.
I really, really wish I could be there with you.
Hold the fort down, gotta run for now, I will check in later or, talk to ya in the A.M.
Hold the fort down, gotta run for now, I will check in later or, talk to ya in the A.M.
I'm afraid you're right.
Hey Jem.....Wouldn't it be great if we could all go to that old fashioned Gospel sing with Toby?!!
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