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September 13, 2007

Moonbats Lay Global Warming Groundwork For Ban on Meat

The campaign to harness vegetarianism to the global warming hoax is picking up steam. AP reports that the planet is doomed if we keep eating cows.

Supposedly the farts of farm animals raised for their meat account for almost 25% of all "emissions." So obviously we need to start living off rabbit food.

Squawks nutritionist Geri Brewster:

If people knew that they were threatening the environment by eating more meat, they might think twice before ordering a burger.

Evidently she kept her face straight as she asked us to believe that refraining from eating a hamburger will have a beneficial effect on the weather.

Nothing any witchdoctor ever chanted in a trance by the light of a full moon could be any loonier than the global warming hoax. Yet like some mindless killing machine in a horror movie, it keeps on coming, encroaching ever further on our liberties, impossible to kill because revelations of its phoniness and absurdity just bounce right off the liberal ideology of the bureaucrats who run our lives with the help of official pronouncements from politically motivated "experts."

Proclaims Dr. Maria Neira, director of the World Health Organization's department of public health and the environment:

[E]ating less meat could definitely be one way to reduce gas emissions and climate change.

No doubt people alive today will one day be dragged off to gulags by United Nations authorities for ruining the weather by consuming animal flesh.

steak.jpg   Add this to the long list of things liberals want to take away.

On a tip from Wiggins.

Posted by Van Helsing at September 13, 2007 7:27 AM


Just think how bad Global Warming would be if the white man hadn't killed off all them bison!

Posted by: Texan at September 13, 2007 8:22 AM

okay - i'll stop eating beef and pork when G-d quits making cows and pigs.

Posted by: nanc at September 13, 2007 8:43 AM

So if that's true, we can extend the danger of gaseous emissions from all animals AND people. Is the solution is to simply nuke ourselves to death, and the earth will be better off?

Oh, and filet mignon is too rich for me, no matter how wonderful it tastes. My digestive system can't handle it.

Posted by: Pam at September 13, 2007 8:46 AM

Guess it never occurred to these genuises that vegetarians/vegans probably emit more CO2/hydrogen/methane than do meat-eaters due to all that vegetation composting in their gut.

I promise however, to never eat a moonbat (in any sense of the word).

Posted by: fellowes at September 13, 2007 10:04 AM

In honor of these asshats, Im going to have a couple of nice juicy steaks for dinner. Normally Id have just one, but tonight? Im going for the double play.

Posted by: Anonymous at September 13, 2007 10:49 AM

The 25% would only but 'cut' if everyone stopped EATING, AND all the current meat animals were killed (vegan cow huggers would LOVE that). There would still be new "emissions" from the necessary increase in vegetable production if everyone suddenly went vegan. Forests would have to be destroyed to make way for more farmland (you can't always use the land animals can for vegetable production) - new vegetable farms would have to utilize more heavy machinery, etc. Who knows what the actual effect would be on total "emissions."

Posted by: JsinGood at September 13, 2007 11:59 AM

I have a better solution.

Kill all of the liberals, greenies, gloBULL warming idiots, and turn THEM into fertilizer. Then, we plant more trees, they suck up more C02, and we all live happily ever after minus moonbats!

Posted by: Conan at September 13, 2007 12:13 PM

You know, for all the times liberals and moonbats (was that redundant?) love to claim Bush is Hitler, and is taking away all our liberties . . . why this from the liberals themselves? It certainly isn't conservatives who are advocating we stop eating meat to save the environment!

Posted by: ToddonCapeCod at September 13, 2007 2:29 PM

Gee Wally, ya mean all those cows and chickens and pigs and turkeys will stop farting and polluting the environment with their greenhouse gases if we stop butchering them for food and keep them alive as pets?

Posted by: the paperboy at September 13, 2007 3:11 PM

But what about all the wild turkeys, and the prairie chickens, and the mountain sheep and mountain goats, and all the wild boars... peccaries... warthogs, and the um... wild cows that ran away and turned wild? Wouldn't we have to genocide all them too?

Posted by: the paperboy at September 13, 2007 4:08 PM

Get off my back, Moonbats! I'm eliminating cattle as fast as I can eat them!

Posted by: KHarn at September 13, 2007 6:17 PM

Let's not forget the insects. They do their part as well.

Posted by: Kevin at September 13, 2007 7:10 PM

Yes thank you Kevin for reminding us. It's true.
Politicians do their part.

Posted by: fellowes at September 13, 2007 10:11 PM

Eliminate all of the moronic Moonbats in Congress, on full, disgusting display this week in the Gen. Petraeus hearings/bloviation fests, and the "Global Warming" "crisis" is solved!

Damn, I'm good, and damn, VH, that steak looks good (I'm hungry; let's eat!).

Posted by: jc14 at September 14, 2007 11:02 AM

You are right Pam

Vegetarians do emit more of the most noxious and offensive of green house gasses than meat eaters. See:

The article starts out like this:

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization issued a report stating that the livestock business generates more greenhouse gas emissions than all forms of transportation combined. Wow! More than all forms of transportation combined? I am speechless, not really. That's the sort of stuff I've come to expect from the most corrupt bureaucracy on the planet.

I won't post the whole article here, but this just confirms the story above. Great line from the article -

As Marie Antoinette would have said:
Let Them Eat Steak!

What - MOONBATS!!!

Posted by: SteveB at September 14, 2007 6:02 PM

I LOVE beef, especially steak. That steak in the picture sure looks good. In fact, pretty much anytime I see a nicely- cooked steak, it can make my mouth water (even a scene in the animated film 'Ratatouille' which featured a steak being brought out had that effect). I went to Chili's last night, and had part of an excellent bacon burger for dinner. When I have the rest of it for lunch today, you can bet I'll enjoy every bite of it, and if the dirty tofu and granola eating hippies don't like it, then they can go suck on a lemon.

Posted by: Adam at September 15, 2007 8:29 AM