I just tripped over a cow patty disguised as the musing of a concerned citizen (I’m okay). Titled, Time for N.H. to support renewable energy, this partisan attack on Gov. Sununu was cluttering up the Lawrence Eagle-Tribune like a pile of, well, you get the idea.
Tree Sap flows best when the climate changes. Cold nights, warmer days. Springtime. Late winter. Without these changes, each and every day, not enough sap, and no syrup. So, pardon my amusement by a pair of headlines that popped simultaneously about how Climate Change is impacting Maple Syrup in New Hampshire.
For the first time in a few years, the sap’s not running yet. No, I don’t mean Democrat contenders for President. We’ve got more of those that we can shake a stick at or maybe a tree tap. I refer to the annual ritual of “blogger writing about maple syrup as a canary in the …
..so it must be time to make fun of Jeanne ‘Global Warming’ Shaheen. (Or just Greene Shaheen if you prefer.) When Mrs. Greene Jeanne ran for the Senate in 2008 she made a point of making some dire predictions about the ill effects of Global Warming–if left unattended. (Back in 2008 they were still calling it that even …
In the “stupid things said by former governors of New Hampshire who have become US Senator’s category,” Jeanne Shaheen (Greene Shaheen) dominates. As another hack of the environmental movement she has said some incredibly stupid things and intimated plenty of others, forever making us proud.
Remember the halcyon days when the science of global warming was settled? Do you recall the dire warnings from green industry activists “experts” around the world, echoed by prominent herd animals Democrats, including some from from New Hampshire, that Global Warming was going to diminish regional snowfalls and ruin the ski and tourism industry?