A homeowner in Waukesha for 20 years, Steve is president of the Waukesha Dog Parks Organization and enjoys motorcycling, fishing and staying on top of politics.
Don't you hate it when people are slow to pull over when a police car, ambulance or fire truck approaches with it's siren screaming away? Such is how it is with the revelations and questions raised by emails that prove, among other things, that data has been falsified in order to favor those claiming climate change is man-made and can be reversed by expensive changes in energy, industry and transportation.
Now it is revealed that important data that supposedly supported humanity's influence on the climate HAS BEEN DESTROYED! Even the most devoted believer in man-made climate change must wonder why such important data has not been saved. Could it be that the data says otherwise?
Why isn't the US news media screaming these points and questions? Could it be that rather than reporting the news, they are more interested in supporting an agenda? Would it show that the present political regime is a house of cards?
As of this writing, no comment on these questions have been made by our Senators Kohl or Feingold. On Senator Feingold's website is a speech praising Al Gore and acknowledging man's contribution to alleged climate change.
Today I attended a business meeting which discussed new product. It happens that these products which were once made in America are now made in China. One of these American owned factories in China is now making some product that once was made in Wisconsin. I doubt that anyone who lost their job here has relocated to China. What has this to do with climate change? China and India refuse to cooperate on carbon reductions knowing that it will cripple their economy. The flow of jobs from here to there can only increase if we don't, at least, demand the truth be found on these climate change claims.
Friends, this is important stuff. It is urgent that each of us demands answers. I ask that you question our Senators Kohl and Feingold about this. Should President Obama still sign the treaty at Copenhagen, the Senate must ratify it before it becomes binding. We cannot let that happen!