Tuesday, August 2, 2011

How many times do I have to tell you, "Watch your backside!" ...there's a footnote to this

Update: Some viewers have not made the connection between the video and the narrative (these viewers are described in the narrative here).  Well for those psychological captives here is an over simplification of  the analogy: 
Consider the goalie (that's the guy with the red-orange soccer uniform; number 21) as the United States of America (that's your country) and consider the guy with in the white soccer uniform (number 30) as the United Nations (they want your country).  Then look what happens to the guy wearing number 21 when he lost the ball...and that's how you will look when the blue berets come marching through your neighborhood...  Do I have to say it again?  Watch your backside!
I would also hope you notice the score after the embarrassing steal...it's now tied 1 to 1.  Well right now Obama has the ball and if he keeps it for another term you will lose...end of story!

And you thought the United States rejected the Kyoto Treaty!  Well it appears (excuse my language) the bastards have been coming in the back door...an end around if you will.  This is definetly the work of the United Nations...including Bill 'the bastard' Clinton (you remember him, he's the SOB that signed the treaty).  So they conned some low-life mayors into accepting their revenue producing anthropomorphic garbage that will eventually engulf us all...engulf us under that blue rag of the United Nations...it is the one and only purpose of the Kyoto Treaty!  There's not a damn thing the United Nations, Kyoto Treaty or not, can do about climate change...it's been changing quite normally since the beginning of time...some days are hot some days are cold...get used to it, it will keep right on happening long after you and I are six-foot under!  In the following story they brag about 141 mayors signing the agreement... Did your mayor?  Better get rid of the bastard! ~  Norman E. Hooben
footnote: Of over 2000 posts on this website I've never had to resort to reducing another person's being to that of the lowly bastard...but can you think of a nicer way of describing someone who is stabbing you in the back while they're asking you for money?  Think about it...

U.S. Conference of Mayors Climate Protection Agreement  from USMayors.org
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Scientific evidence and consensus continues to strengthen the idea that climate disruption is an urgent threat to the environmental and economic health of our communities. Many cities, in this country and abroad, already have strong local policies and programs in place to reduce global warming pollution, but more action is needed at the local, state, and federal levels to meet the challenge. On February 16, 2005 the Kyoto Protocol, the international agreement to address climate disruption, became law for the 141 countries that have ratified it to date. On that day, Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels launched this initiative to advance the goals of the Kyoto Protocol through leadership and action by at least 141 American cities.

By the 2005 U.S. Conference of Mayors Annual Meeting in June, 141 mayors had signed the Agreement – the same number of nations that ratified the Kyoto Protocol. In May of 2007, Tulsa Mayor Kathy Taylor became the 500th mayor to sign on.

Under the Agreement, participating cities commit to take following three actions:
- Strive to meet or beat the Kyoto Protocol targets in their own communities, through actions ranging from anti-sprawl land-use policies to urban forest restoration projects to public information campaigns;
- Urge their state governments, and the federal government, to enact policies and programs to meet or beat the greenhouse gas emission reduction target suggested for the United States in the Kyoto Protocol -- 7% reduction from 1990 levels by 2012; and
- Urge the U.S. Congress to pass the bipartisan greenhouse gas reduction legislation, which would establish a national emission trading system

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+ Download The U.S. Conference of Mayors Climate Protection Agreement
+ Download a U.S. Conference of Mayors Climate Protection Agreement Participation Form
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Jeff O'Brien said...

Do they know that the average temperature of the earth hasn't changed in the last 10 years?
Will they attribute every change or non-change to CO2 production?
The earth is pretty big compared to a coal- burning power plant. You can hardly find one on Google earth without zooming in extremely close.
They want electric cars to dominate the market, yet, how much coal (or oil & gas) do you have to burn to produce the electricity to power a nation of electric cars? I can't see us all having a windmill in our back yard to charge our cars on a windless summer day so we can get to work, or a delivery truck to drop off some goods. Imagine the cost of Fed Ex or UPS. Imagine the cost of the U.S mail?? Electric mail delivery cars all over the U.S....Yet drilling for oil here is still taboo. No wonder Exxon Mobile does so much business overseas.

Storm'n Norm'n said...

This whole climate change fiasco is the brainstorm of the United Nations and collaborators such as TIME Magazine and the one-world-government clan...it's been going on since I was a child...I can even remember when Truman was President and he wasn't concerned about the weather as they (the UN) would like him to be. Somehow they have gotten it into their numbskulls that if they scare enough people and/or governments that those people would be willing to pay a tax that would develop programs that would prevent climate change... Most of the scientist that agreed with the UN's take on climate change have not studied it while some have admitted to being paid off to publish their findings in agreement with the UN. I've read many books on the subject of climate change with the end result being "Climate change is a natural occurring event and is not affected my man."
By the way...It used to be global cooling...then they changed their minds and called it global warming and as the weather patterns kept changing (naturally) they decided to call it "climate change" as if they have some controlling power over Mother Nature.

Findalis said...

How do you say Shmuck in Japanese? For that is what we've become.

Storm'n Norm'n said...

Ref:"How do you say Shmuck in Japanese?"


Schmuck, a Yiddish word, has a range of meaning depending on context. In its most innocuous use, a schmuck is a person who does a stupid thing, in which case "dumb schmuck" is the appropriate expression.

A schmuck's behavior ranges from pesky and inconsiderate, to obnoxious and manipulative. A schmuck's personality type ranges from jerk to bastard.

Schmucky behavior also falls within a range of intentionality. Some schmucks carefully plan their bad behavior, some only a little, and some not at all. For example, the bastard may spend considerable time planning his bad deeds. In contrast, the dumb schmuck and the pesky behave badly without any forethought.