Seriously, though, when we point out cold weather to mock global warmists, we’re satirizing the sort of cherry-picking arguments that global warmists routinely put forth. When it’s hot in July, it’s global warming. When it’s cold in January, climate isn’t weather. You science-hating idiot.
The Washington Post reports that a new survey finds public concern about global warming cooling: “Just under four in 10 polled say global warming is extremely or very important to them, the lowest percentage since 2006 and down from 52 percent in 2007. Just 10 percent say it is extremely important to them personally, down from 15 percent in 2011 and 18 percent in 2007.”
The average man, it would seem, knows enough to be skeptical of overheated rhetoric and fallacious arguments. Why are so many journalists by contrast so credulous?