Global Warming Scaredy Cats IV

Is Al Gore afraid to hear the views of Republicans on climate change?

Seems that way, as he refused to listen to the opening statements of Republican members before he testified on climnate change in the House of Representatives today.

Of course, its possible that he’s not scared at all — that he’s simply intolerant of other people’s point-of-view.

But if that’s the case, just how likely do you think it is that Al Gore’s views on climate change were formed after he carefully and impartially considered all points of view before reaching the conclusions he now preaches to the rest of us?

Yet he expects us to trust him about the science…

Note: Earlier posts in this “Scaredy Cats” series are here, hereand here.


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