Skip to comments."Religious" Leaders Urge Action on Global Warming -- Wolves in Sheep's Clothing Alert
Posted on 05/21/2007 10:31:04 PM PDT by farmer18th
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders are urging President George W. Bush and Congress to take action against global warming, declaring that the changing climate is a "moral and spiritual issue."
In an open letter to....
(Excerpt) Read more at news.yahoo.com ...
I thought the article said the letter was signed by religious people?
...leaders are urging President George W. Bush and Congress to take action against global warming, declaring that the changing climate is a “moral and spiritual issue.”
OK, guys, you scientific experts, go outside and start yelling at the sun....because the sun is what warms the earth. Yell really loud...it is a long way to the sun.
Why not? The Capital Hill repubs are bent on doing a “Ahhnold” anyway, maybe they can get those same folks to vote for them in 08.
THANK YOU for the ping Democrap.
I appreciate it.
Or how about:
...religious leaders are urging President George W. Bush and Congress to take action against abortion, declaring that the murdering of innocents is a moral and spiritual issue....
Most Christians are lead by Scripture. I don't see global warming in scripture.
I find it arrogant when I hear them regurgitating this pablum, replete with all the Libspeak, leading the sheeple to believe it is written in stone. The Martian ice caps are also melting and unless they can put SUV’s on Mars; Houston, we have a problem. Perhaps a little more research is needed before we go “chicken little” on this. :)
Our sun is the hottiest planet. -——Chris Elliott
Religion is man’s attempt to reach God on man’s terms. I believe the people who signed the letter fall into that category.
It's a geologic issue, not spiritual. The earth's temperature has been rising and falling since long before the advent of either politics or religion, or for that matter, man himself.
This just seems to really fit in right about now:
“Environmentalism as Religion”
by Michael Crichton
San Francisco, CA
September 15, 2003
Can someone tell me what happened to the "scientifically predicted" hurricane disasters the year after Katrina....that never happened??
It's May and we're still freezing in Upstate New York!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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