Will the EPA claim that water vapor is a pollutant?

A report published in the January 29, 2010 issue of Science Magazine shows that stratospheric levels of water vapor decreased by about 10% from the year 2000, slowing the increase in global temperatures by about 25%.

The 25% figure comes from the same horribly flawed bullshit models that are the basis for all the other bullshit claims of the climate “scientists,” but the key takeaway is, the alleged scientists are very embarrassed that they can’t explain why global average temperatures have stayed flat or declined in the face of steadily increasing atmospheric CO2 concentrations, and they are absolutely desperate to find an explanation which allows them to maintain the focus on rolling back humanity’s lifestyle.

Don’t be confused:  the global warming enthusiast’s motivation is a) lots of money and b) a Unabomber-esque political agenda which would be most gratified by a mass migration to unpowered yurts, global adoption of a vegetarian lifestyle, and men wearing skirts.

So, my question is, will the EPA declare that water vapor is a pollutant?  This would make as much if not more sense than its declaration that CO2 is a pollutant.  Water vapor is the most potent, the most significant, greenhouse gas, both in its impact per unit, and in its concentration levels in the atmosphere.

The bozos in charge of the IPCC process don’t know what the fuck they are doing.  The Himalayan glaciers hoax is just the tip of the iceberg.  Any cool rational true scientist will admit that climate “science” is not truly deserving of the name.  Saying that it is in its infancy is very generous.

The climate is an insanely complex system, and we don’t even begin to know all the things we don’t understand about it.  Here’s one of the most basic head scratchers, which ought to illustrate why all the modeling is currently doomed to failure:  we can’t figure out where all the CO2 being emitted into the atmosphere is going.  The numbers don’t add up.  Something like half the amount the doofusses claim is being emitted winds up in the atmosphere.  Some of it winds up being absorbed by the oceans, and of course quite a bit is metabolized by plants.

But, the numbers don’t work.  If the charlatans can’t get that right, how can their models possibly work, even if everything else in their models is correct, which, obviously, we know is not the case?

And these idiots want us to bet the lives of billions of people on their wild-ass guesses.

Same old Barry crap

Enrico watched as much of Barry’s SotU speech as he could bear, which was about 15 minutes.  I was live for the diss of the SCOTUS, but caught Justice Alito’s eye roll and head shake in slomo later on FoxSpews.

As a former professor of constitutional law, Barry is quite the guido.  He was totally incorrect, in stating that the SCOTUS ruling opens the way for foreign corporations to influence US elections.  The ruling has nothing to do with foreign corporations.

The speech was sooooo loooong and sooooo boring.  I know this because I kept flipping back to the majors, and there was Barry, droning on and on with his stultifying crap about how pure he is and how everyone else in the world doesn’t get it and has caused him so many problems.  Narcissistic much, Barry?

The over-under on how long it would take him to blame the previous administration for all of his problems was 3’20”.  The over won–he got going with the blame beat boxing going at about the 1’20” mark, but he didn’t work up enough steam to literally and actually call the previous administration out specifically until well after the 3’20” mark.  But when got rolling with it, it was a doozy.  Gee, you’d never guess that Barry’s previous gig was US Senator, wouldya?  What do you mean “they,” motherfucker?

The only way Barry could have delivered a good speech last night would have been to start off with a slew of resignations and firings.  Rahm Emanuel, Tax Cheat Tim Geithner, Helicopter Ben, Madame Squeaker, Dirty Harry, and even Barry himself.  Yeah, that’s the ticket, have everyone in the line of succession down to Fellatio Girl bow out.  O my god, what is Enrico saying??  He’d rather have Fellatio Girl??  Well, Fellatio Girl has bigger balls than Barry, so at least she’d probably be less likely to get rolled by Vlad Putin, the North Korean Troll Doll, and Ahmadi-Nejad.  Food for thought, Barry.

You may already be a winner

Sometimes an enterprising police force will conduct a round-up of parole violaters, chronic traffic ticket scofflaws, and bail jumpers with the following strategem:  they send the perps a letter telling them they have won a raffle, and that they should report to a given address at a given date and time to collect their prize!

The popo arrange for a faux local news film crew.  The perps walk in all smiles, high fiving everyone in sight, and are promptly slipped the bracelets.

Enrico recommends that we adopt this approach for the midterm election.  The unarguable premise:  everyone who wants to be in Congress is inherently unsuitable for the job, simply by virtue of the fact that they want the job.

So, hold the election, and at the first session of the new Congress, send in the FBI to cart everyone off to the pokey.  They have these zip tie thingies you can use instead of real handcuffs that will allow all 535 members of Congress to be manacled and frog-marched off in an hour or so.

Maybe we can contact the nations who offered to take the Gitmo detainees and see if they would accept delivery of THIS motley crew.  Yeah, you got it:  exile their sorry corrupt butts for life!

Then, I think the thing to do is to assemble a kind of a gigantic jury.  Give 535 randomly selected citizens Congress jury duty for two years.  Pay each one $500k per year, so that they (maybe) will be relatively temptation free.

Enrico guarantees a better outcome than the bullshit we’re doing now.

Kill the RINOs

Enrico is in a foul mood, as he contemplates the 2010 elections.  Yes, yes, it is wonderful, terrific, hilarious, etc., that Scott Brown wiped out Enrico’s fellow Eph Martha Coakley, and threw Barry’s attempted fascist unconstitutional power grab and massive handout under the bus.  Enrico had a good week, last week.

But, increasingly, it is obvious that both parties are just wings (perhaps “tools” is the better term) of the same firm.  There is really no debate about whether an uber powerful FedGov is appropriate.  Dubya proposed a massive federal bailout of financial firms which had stepped in the poo of their own volition, and Barry continued exactly, precisely, the same policies as Dubya.  Overwhelming majorities of both party’s congressmen voted for both disastrous schemes.

The difference between the parties is negligible.  The competition between them is simply, who can steal the most for their specific band of supporters?

So, what to do?

Well, while waiting for some kind of destabilizing insurrection, Enrico reckons the best thing to do is work his butt off for mischief.  Enrico wants as many bombthrowers as possible in the FedGov, as many people as possible who see that the entire enterprise of the FedGov lacks legitimacy, that it needs to be melted down, and that we need to start over.

Dennis Kucinich for chair of the Fed!  Peter Schiff for Senate!  Former Governor Moonbeam for whatever post he wants!  Ron Paul for Secretary of the Treasury!  Seewhaddamean?

Another key project:  defeat every single incumbent who voted for Dubya’s and Barry’s “Goldman Sachs Charitable Relief Acts of 2009.”

Enrico really doesn’t know (or care) whether the dudes who replace the incumbents are any good.  The key thing is, that the incumbents get fired, and that they know that they got fired for being totally immoral corrupt scumbags, and that everyone sees that we’re not going to stand for it any more.  If only we could erect a few dozen guillotines on the mall…

This week, Enrico highlights the Arizona primary for the GOP nomination for US Senate.  John McCain is the biggest, ugliest, stinkiest RINO in the herd.  He must go.  JD Hayworth is a very entertaining guy.  We need his mad skillz in Congress.  JD Hayworth is one of the few people on the planet who has ever rendered Chris Matthews speechless.  That’s surely qualification enough to be  a Senator.

Please do not talk to me about Sarah Palin.  She is an idiot.