Mad not a scientists

It speaks for itself.

12 responses to “Mad not a scientists

  1. What would be great is if these clowns, like Dr. McCoy, would tell us first what they are, before telling us they aren’t scientists. For instance:

    Trump: “I’m a pretentious blowhard with hair that looks like someone put a beaver on my head, not a scientist.”

  2. ‘…I do not believe that human activity is causing these dramatic changes…’

    That must be very nice for you, now leave the room along with the rest of the belief driven dolts and leave the science to those who consider the evidence and reach conclusions based upon it.

    • Looks like he took advice from the tobacco CEO’s testimonies: “I do not believe that nicotine is addictive”. We know how that worked out for the tobacco PR.

  3. I am starting to wonder if Clinton’s campaign will be quite as boring and predictable as I might have expected.

  4. Horatio Algeranon

    “The Shell Game”

    Republicans deny
    And Democrats just drill
    The former tell a lie
    And latter write a will

  5. [Response: Good one.]

  6. But Lamar Smith, chairman of the House Science Committee, is a *Christian* Scientist… just sayin’.

  7. Horatio Algeranon

    What gets done?


    I’m not a scientist
    So wait and see
    I’m not a Republican
    So don’t blame me

  8. Stephen Spencer

    I sense a change in the public debate. The Democrats clearly feel that the Republicans are vulnerable on this issue and so will push it at the election.

    I am an Australian, and in my country the same appears to be happening. Our equivalent of your Democrats, the Labor Party, have decided to make Climate an issue at the next election. Their proposals are specifically a cap and trade emissions scheme and a significant increase in the Renewable Energy Target.

    • Yes, I think you are right. It is quite a contrast with the election of 2012, when the President largely ignored climate change until Romney was safely defeated.