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Boo Liberal Scientific Research! Hooray Neo-Conservatard Truth!

July 31, 2006

I caught a little bit of 60 minutes last night, which I know was a rerun, but one article caught my attention. In a segment called “Rewriting the Science” Scott Pelley interviewed a scientist from NASA named James Hansen.

Hansen is considered one of the premier researchers of global warming. Mr Hansen basically states that the Bush administration is restricting who he can talk to, what he can say, and is distorting his scientific findings about global warming.

“In my more than three decades in the government I’ve never witnessed such restrictions on the ability of scientists to communicate with the public.”


James Hansen

It seems that not only are the Neo-Conservatards in the White House willing to distort, mislead, and outright lie to the American public about foreign and domestic policies. They are doing the exact same thing to scientific findings that we, the taxpayer, pay for.

I know that they Neo-Conservatards are pretty smart guys; I just wasn’t aware that they were all uniquely qualified physicists, chemists, biologists, and climatologists as well.  

Wow, it seems that we really got more of a bang for our stolen votes that I originally realized.

By the way, the previous statement is totally sarcastic and meant to shame the deceitful Neo-Conservatards that block and distort Mr. Hansen’s and other government researcher’s findings. Not to point a finger at anybody specific, but Phil Cooney might have an ideal of who I am referring to. 

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