I’m a Moon Landing Denialist. And a Nazi. To some, it’s because I look like one (and they would be stereotyping nimwits). But it’s Al Gore who’s calling me out on it. He’s comparing those who challenge Anthropomorphic Global Warming (AGW) to those who think in conspiracies.
I find the connection hilarious. Al Gore, who’s fat like me (but I look like a conservative), said on the upcoming broadcast of 60 Minutes that everyone believes in Global Warming is a small minority. He’s saying this at the same time the computer models are failing and the temperature of the earth is plummeting. Evidently, if everyone believes it, there’s no reason to make AGW films, or do a press tour on 60 Minutes, or buy ad time condemning you for being so wasteful. Hey, we’re all on board, right? Oh, except those of us who have problems with the “perponderance” of scientific evidence and the “consensus” of the IPCC (and all 5 of the climate scientists who signed amongst their hundreds of members).
It’s funny that the Left is so concerned with labeling people who don’t agree with them. AGW nazis or denialists. Fat conservatives. White male misogynists. Of course, I don’t resort to such stereotyping because it’s illogical– appearance doesn’t make the person. But the Left seems to think so, and is happy to label people left and right, although you try and label them and all hell breaks loose.
How about you interview me, Leslie Stahl? I’ll tell you all about the problems with the AGW theories. I’ll debate Al Gore on the show. And I’ll do it from the set of the Moon Landing.