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November 19, 2009

Portland Greets the Goracle

Posted by Van Helsing at November 19, 2009 8:16 PM

Here's the reception Al Gore got yesterday when he came to hyperliberal Portland, Oregon to hype the global warming hoax and his latest book exploiting it:

The debate is over; we have a consensus: Al Gore is a liar.

On a tip from Oiao.


Comments

Ya won't see this on the dipshit media.

AL GORE'S A LYER!!

AL GORE'S A LYER!!

AL GORE'S A LYER!!

I like the way that sounds.

Posted by: Dave at November 19, 2009 8:27 PM


Ben and Jerry's had better crank up production cause someone is going to be drowning his sorrows in mucho ice cream....AGAIN.
And then,yet again, he'll have more chins than a Chinese phone book......

Posted by: christmasghost at November 19, 2009 8:29 PM


If I'd known that was going down I would have joined in!

What a tool.

Posted by: Psyclist at November 19, 2009 8:41 PM


Breaking News Story: Hadley CRU has apparently been hacked – hundreds of files released

Add this to 'Gore is a Liar'.

Someone had some nads. Interesting that Russian Servers were used for the FTP location........................

The Climate Global Warming Hoax - Data Hacked out of the EU....... Read some of the emails from 'Climate Professionals' in the below post.... Liars!


http://wattsupwiththat.com/2009/11/19/breaking-news-story-hadley-cru-has-apparently-been-hacked-hundreds-of-files-released/#more-12937

Posted by: Oiao at November 19, 2009 8:48 PM


ManBearPig disgraced in liberaland!? Not buying the lies anymore, OUTSTANDING!!

Posted by: TED at November 19, 2009 8:48 PM


Wow, my opinion of Portland just went up tenfold.

Posted by: IOpian at November 19, 2009 9:02 PM


And im sure he didnt arive in a balloon he certianly didnt flap his arms he didnt use pixie dust and he did say SIM SIM SALABIM and he wasnt beamed down by scotty HE CAME IN HIS O-ZONE DEPLEATING JET AND WAS DRIVEN THERE IN A GAS GUZZLING 4 MPG LIMO

Posted by: SPURWING PLOVER at November 19, 2009 9:05 PM


"Ponzi the Weatherman gets rich with his climatological House of Cards."

He needs to get a carbon footprint on his butt.

Posted by: Sylvia at November 19, 2009 9:18 PM


awfully amusing to see a site who rags on the left for "palin derangement sydrome", yet dedicate two posts to Al Gore with 100+ comments. Who has a problem?

Posted by: Anonymous at November 19, 2009 9:54 PM


Palin is not a liar, yet the left hates her for no reason.

Gore is a liar, and everyone who can seperate real scientific reasoning from politics (left and right) hates him for being, um, a greedy liar.

Posted by: Oiao at November 19, 2009 10:02 PM


Who has a problem?
Posted by: Anonymous at November 19, 2009 9:54 PM


you

Posted by: Anonymous at November 19, 2009 10:09 PM


There are just as many scientist against as their are for Al Gore and his scheme. It's about time people woke up to it...especially Oregon! Icing on the cake.

Posted by: Dante at November 19, 2009 10:20 PM


Dante - actually, when counting REAL scientists, it's about 100:1 against.

What Algore and the left consider 'scientists' couldn't poor piss out of a boot if the instructions were written on bottom of the heel.

Posted by: Jimbo at November 19, 2009 10:25 PM


Finally, a silver lining: Climate change is now projected to increase the supply of Filipino whores.

Posted by: Beef at November 19, 2009 10:36 PM


17 November 09
Energy industry front group plans "teabagger" protest at Gore's event in Portland

... Americans for Prosperity (AFP) is planning on protesting a presentation Al Gore is making tomorrow night in Portland, Oregon.

Under the guise of the "teabagger movement" AFP will do what it does best, which is protesting clean energy and green jobs.

It's hard to believe this is much of a grassroots "teabagger" movement when the organizers get so much money from the largest private energy company in the United States.

Below is everything you need to know about AFP and their president Tim Phillips that we've pulled from our research database.

All this will be passed on to the local Portland media to ensure that they include this important context in any reporting they do on this story. If you're from Portland or know anyone from the area, please pass this around to local bloggers and media.

Highlights:

- Here's a complete rundown of AFP's funding.

- AFP is the third largest recipient of funding from the Koch Family Foundations, manged by Charles G. Koch who runs the largest privately owned energy company in the United States, Koch Industries.

- AFP has also received money in the past from Exxon Mobil, who has been notoriously bad when it comes to funding groups looking to delay the movement away from oil to green energy.

- Tim Phillips is the president of AFP and has been fueling the anti-clean energy movement by making outrageous puiblic statements like, a cap-and-trade program would increases taxes by $1.2 trillion.

- Tim Philips spearheaded a direct mail, coalition building campaign for George Bush's campaign against John McCain in the 2000 primaries.

..I just thought since you are all "seekers of truth" in Batshitcrazyville, I would help out a bit.

Posted by: Still more inconvenient truth... at November 19, 2009 11:40 PM


..I just thought since you are all "seekers of truth" in Batshitcrazyville, I would help out a bit.

Here's some inconvenient truth for you: They were there protesting the number one recipient of "climate change" profit.

The rest of your post is spin and lies, but I'll keep this short so you can't pretend to forget about it.

Al Gore has made more than anybody else from climate change, and is poised to become the world's first carbon billionaire.

If you want to talk about corporate profiteering, what do you have to say about the millions of dollars in favor of cap and trade given by lobbyists connected with Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank, each of which will also reap billions from running the carbon market and trading in it? (like they already do with the commodities markets)

The best your argument can ever be is that this is one group of Big Business profiteers against another group of Big Business profiteers. The difference is that one of the two groups doesn't hide behind phony altruism and politically-funded research fraud to push a private, for-profit and for-power agenda.

We know where the other group stands. Their business model is under attack from junk science, a viscous hoax, and a scientific disagreement that, contrary to Gore's lies, has not been settled. Naturally, they are trying to shut down the scam that threatens to bankrupt the American economy.

Posted by: Anonymous Countermoonbat at November 20, 2009 12:12 AM


That was music to my ears; it made my day.

Posted by: obamasux at November 20, 2009 2:02 AM


Thank you people! Americans are FINALLY waking up to the fact that ManBearPig is a fucking goddamn joke.

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

Posted by: Fuzzlenutter at November 20, 2009 2:14 AM


And remember. folks. The inner earth is a "couple of million" degrees. Al Gore told me so...

Posted by: Fuzzlenutter at November 20, 2009 2:19 AM


Posted by: Still more inconvenient truth... at November 19, 2009 11:40 PM

Assuming what you say is actually true, so effing what?
At least its plausible instead of farsicle.

Did you mean moonbatshitcrazyville?

Posted by: Had it up to here :/ < at November 20, 2009 6:41 AM


"At least its plausible instead of farsicle."

Very well put, Had it up to here...

Posted by: Fuzzlenutter at November 20, 2009 6:44 AM


Countermoonbat... "If you want to talk about corporate profiteering, what do you have to say about the millions of dollars in favor of cap and trade given by lobbyists connected with Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank, each of which will also reap billions from running the carbon market and trading in it? (like they already do with the commodities markets"

...I would say its time to outlaw all lobbying by corporate interests, to stop allowing corporations to influence public policy in any way and close the revolving door between government and big business... to start running the country for "we the people" instead of the 1% of the population who now possess, control 95% of americas wealth. To severely re-regulate wall street, Roosevelt style, and stop allowing the use of the american economy as a casino table and for get rich quick schemes. To bring back anti trust and anti monopoly laws, including. Bring back pre Reagan tax rates of the 40s, 50s, 60s or 70s where the very rich payed twice or more as they do now which, besides obvious benefits to the general welfare, is one way of stopping people and corporations from becoming too powerful....

....and the teabaggers would scream "socialist!" "communist" "Nazi" "antichrist" ...

Gore is getting rich preaching about climate change? ....what about all those mega churches and celebrity "men of god" getting rich telling people stories about magic entity sitting up on a cloud somewhere who loves you and does stuff for you if you behave yourself and follow his 10 rules, or at least beg forgiveness every time you break one of them? Won't believe in science but will believe in fairy tales.

I have no doubt that many of you are sincere, but make sure you know who your allies are... you worry about about cap and trade raising the price of energy but not a peep about record profits when gas was up to $4 a gallon due to nothing more than speculation and greed.

Posted by: Still more inconvenient truth... at November 20, 2009 8:10 AM


Thank You PORTLAND!!!

Posted by: FREE at November 20, 2009 8:11 AM


What can I say? The truth is a beautiful thing!

Posted by: Keith at November 20, 2009 8:16 AM


Posted by: Still more inconvenient truth... at November 19, 2009 11:40 PM

And I'm sure that Kevin Grandia, the author of your cut and paste job and green jobs whore and global warming skeptic persecutor is a completely objective source for information on climate change.

Ha! You moonbats are hilarious!

Posted by: Judith M. at November 20, 2009 8:16 AM


Gore is getting rich preaching about climate change? ....what about all those mega churches and celebrity "men of god" getting rich telling people stories about magic entity sitting up on a cloud somewhere who loves you and does stuff for you if you behave yourself and follow his 10 rules, or at least beg forgiveness every time you break one of them? Won't believe in science but will believe in fairy tales.

Your magic entity cum scientific oracle believes the earth's core is several million degrees hot...

Who believe's in fairy tales again?

Posted by: Arch Conservative at November 20, 2009 8:43 AM


I don't read copy/paste jobs, as it signifies laziness. Not a trait I admire.

If I glean anything from my daily monitoring of the DU, it's that moonbats hate extreme wealth (anything more than their two nickels) and they hate corporate profits. You would think they'd be on board with this. Doesn't Al Gore's obscene wealth bother you the least little bit? If not, why not?

Posted by: Karin at November 20, 2009 8:47 AM


Big business can be just as corrupt as big government, but big government is always more dangerous than big business (think Mao, Hitler, Stalin, etc.)

And what a dumb idea to double everyone's tax rates. How is that going to create jobs? We've already witnessed how the government creates jobs. They don't. They spend gobs of money and ultimately end up destroying jobs. That's because the only source of productive employment is the freemarket, and businesses need capital to hire people. You would take that capital away and give it to greedy politicians who will use it buy influence. Why do you hate the American people so much? Why?

Posted by: Judith M. at November 20, 2009 8:57 AM


The liberal argument: So what if Gore is lying? You Christians are lying too, so there.


Two lies make a right? HUH?

Posted by: TrickleUpPolitics at November 20, 2009 9:00 AM


It's really interesting when people can't defend the Gore position they try to take the argument away from that aand start taking cheap shots at a persons personal beliefs about God.
The two subjects are in no way tied together so why bring it up other than to deflect the argument away from the Gore fanatical beliefs.

Posted by: Bj at November 20, 2009 9:36 AM


I'm just filling in for my colleague Ghost of Wellstone, who came down with a...uh..."social disease" - occupational hazard, I'm afraid. George pays me by the post, so let me stir up some more shit, I need the money. My allowance doesn't go that far these days.

Posted by: Still more inconvenient truth... at November 20, 2009 9:46 AM


PORTLAND is not like HOLLYWEIRD or SAN FRANFREAKHOLE they showed AL GORE what a jerk he is

Posted by: Flu-Bird at November 20, 2009 9:49 AM


Like all things in life there is seldom if ever 100 % proof for anything

Fact... the majority of scientists, I mean those not funded by various petroleum extraction industries and other free market think tanks, around the globe believe man is having an effect on our climate... Hence...The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change will meet in Copenhagen in december 2009.

...if you keep pissing and shitting in your own well and are confused as to why the water tastes funny and you keep getting sick... there's something wrong.

People who believe in miracles (magic) can and will therefore believe or not believe anything... a real problem with religious types. Especially when mixed with "exceptional-ism", arrogance and bone headed-ness.

If global warming is real and is caused by man that means certain people will have to stop living so high on the hog... also known as the American dream and that, my dear Batshitcrazyvill-ites is what you really don't want to hear... you want to keep driving your Hummer-esq vehicle to that All You Can Gobble Buffet and fill your fat white, pasty gut then drive back to your 3500 sq ft particle board fake McMansion, lay on the couch and fart as you digest your "meal"and stare at the TV machine with it's various airhead X beauty queens and almost Miss Americas with fake tits... and crying rodeo clowns too!

OOPs sorry...I lost my temper... don't know why that happens... I didn't mean it... it just came out

Have a nice day...I got to get to work. Keep praying for that new RV... I'm sure Jebus will get it to you.



Posted by: Still more inconvenient truths.... at November 20, 2009 10:19 AM


Try not to laugh too hard when you read the article at the following link. My personal favorite part is where it says climatologists are "baffled" regarding global warming "time out".

http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/0,1518,662092,00.html

Posted by: Judith M. at November 20, 2009 10:20 AM


Fact... the majority of scientists

Sigh. As a voice crying out in the wilderness, and as a scientist myself, I say yet again: scientific issues are not decided by majority vote. One man with dispositive data trumps 100,000 assholes with opinions. Got it?

And such dispositive data are not to hand. Even if every scientist on earth believed something, that doesn't make it necessarily true.

God, I'm sick of repeating this (rather obvious) point.

Posted by: Jay Guevara at November 20, 2009 10:45 AM


Have a good day at work. When you get there, make a double latte for me. I'll pick it up in a bit.

Posted by: Jay Guevara at November 20, 2009 10:48 AM


Biggest argument I can think of against Gore is the following:

If in fact GW is the greatest potential disaster mankind has ever faced, wouldn't the next step be to search far and wide for potential solutions? Some suggested solutions would have promise, some wouldn't, and some would be very expensive and some more affordable. But our corporate and government leaders, as well as scientists worldwide, would band together to come up with and implement the best comprehensive solution, even if it involved hardships and inequalities.

But that isn't what is happening. Al Gore and the Democratic leaders decide that Cap 'N Trade and carbon offsets are going to do the job, and summarily dismiss any other solution (and there have been dozens of proposed solutions - some rational and some seemingly far-fetched). There are Republicans caught up in this too - even Bush acted as if GW was a major concern. To me this is proof that their only interest is money and power. If we really, really needed to take action immediately, Cap 'N Trade + sending money to third-world countries would not be the important actions taken.

If anyone can come up with a reasoned counter to this I would appreciate hearing it. Also, if anyone can provide a citation link for claims of how many scientists support GW vs. opposed to it I would appreciate it.

Posted by: Left Coast Dan at November 20, 2009 10:50 AM


In my experience there are two types of people who buy the science by consensus bunk: those who know nothing about science, and those who are trying to get grant money to study the crisis of the moment.

Posted by: Judith M. at November 20, 2009 10:51 AM


... Although I agree completely with Jay G. that facts are not necessarily equal to majority opinions

Posted by: Left Coast Dan at November 20, 2009 10:54 AM


I'm just filling in for my colleague Ghost of Wellstone, who came down with a...uh..."social disease" - occupational hazard, I'm afraid.

I know a good proctologist who can help him out.

Posted by: baslimthecripple at November 20, 2009 10:58 AM


In my experience there are two types of people who buy the science by consensus bunk: those who know nothing about science, and those who are trying to get grant money to study the crisis of the moment.

Jawohl. I don't blame the latter group; it's unavoidable if you want to get grant money, i.e., have a scientific career. Much easier to swim with the tide than against it. But it's a mistake to take their pronouncements at face value. It's kind of like fielding the question, "Does this dress make my butt look big?" Answer truthfully at your peril!

Posted by: Jay Guevara at November 20, 2009 11:17 AM


I have more compassion for the scientists trying to get funding than I do for the politicians trying to build political capital off of this farce.

Posted by: Judith M. at November 20, 2009 12:01 PM


There's nothing to see here.

Posted by: Al Gore at November 20, 2009 1:18 PM


My problem with the politicians is their use of this nonsense not for their professional aggrandizement, but as an excuse to take over the economy and ram socialism down our throats. The people have spoken - hell, history has spoken - socialism doesn't work, and people don't want it. Conning them with bogus environmental crap to backdoor in socialism infuriates me.

Posted by: Jay Guevara at November 20, 2009 1:36 PM


Somewhere in TENNESEE a village is missing its idiot

Posted by: 300 lbs Parakeet at November 20, 2009 3:00 PM


Too bad the Al Gore environmentalists with their great big printed signs, attached to the thick wooden posts they were carrying, each the size of a little tree (7-8 ft.?), were left carelessly on the walkway when their job was done. (Note: the posts were tall and thick, conveniently made to rest on the ground, so as not to cause any possible discomfort for their astroturf puppets...they were not really "carrying" signs).

Posted by: Randi at November 20, 2009 4:47 PM


Posted by: Jay Guevara at November 20, 2009 10:45 AM

Among Communists, scientific 'facts' are decided in a majority vote.

Posted by: SK at November 20, 2009 6:44 PM


Al Gore wishes he could do what the commies did in Russia. They said Lysenko was right and then killed everyone who dare counter his folly. The clown car of "I Almost Invented the Internet"is losing its air fast! A couple of hackers have hopefully put it on badly bent rims!

Posted by: Anonymous at November 20, 2009 9:24 PM


I am proud to say that I am an Oregonian and that I was at the demonstration against Al Gore on Wednesday night. Native Oregonians like me care about our state and the natural beauty of it and we don't fall for the lies that come out of Gore and his cronies.

Posted by: Sage at November 20, 2009 9:39 PM


Al Gore and his climate change ilk are liars. I hope Al Gore fails. It is amazing seeing the Oregonians call Gore out for what he really is.

Posted by: apostle53 at November 21, 2009 4:40 AM


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