A Sane World

In a sane world, we would develop all of the domestic and Canadian energy sources available, and stop buying from the middle east.

In a sane world, we would not even consider using intermittent energy sources as part of the power grid.

In a sane world, we would mobilize the citizenry to defend their communities, not disarm them while inviting terrorists in.

But we live in the Obama Era, which is the opposite of sanity. We have a drug abusing president, raised by communists, who had  a picture of a mass murdering African dictator on his wall as he got stoned.


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35 Responses to A Sane World

  1. Dave G says:

    No wonder he’s get stoned…. Deep down their communist Marxist philosophy is nothing but garbage.

  2. JPinBalt says:

    Photoshopped pic of Obama, not as good as some photoshopped Syrian passports going through Greece to Paris causing heat and global warming at Bataclan.
    We know it is true in theory, he admitted “When I was a kid, I inhaled frequently.” but sort of like sinking to Mann or Schmidt levels on manipulating the record with a fake pic here, or is Obama really just taking some ice core samples out of Vostok with the bong, got off course since Antarctic ice sheet rising for decades and did not know since assumed melting and delusion of rising ocean levels which could cause catastrophe in a few thousand years like last few thousand years same trend, and hit one of those volcanoes under the ice sheet to prove his point that an nonexistent warming trend is worse threat than radical Islam as 85% Muslims in US vote Democratic, so need to import some more?

    Surely there might be some more important issues for POTUS to deal with, like thousands of illegal migrants in Calais shanty town burning wood instead of fossil fuels to keep warm utterly destroying planet by CO2, this dwindling lack of solar energy by the equator causing the climate refugees crisis in EU with migrants moving to higher latitudes with even less solar energy this time of year and past tipping point with winter, and sun which needs to be redistributed, regulated, and subsidized.

  3. JPinBalt says:

    Or is this pic from Hawaii real reason why main CO2 level data gathering source/time series for decades at Mauna Loa has risen? Do the math, in ppm, parts per million, this bong hit and released CO2 could have a material and significant effect at say 00.001% that year given normal wind patterns, clear evidence old historic CO2 data needs to be adjusted downward for Obama bong hit bias, burning weed lets lots of CO2 in atmosphere near CO2 data gathering source similar to urban heat island effect (UHI) on HCN data series which is not adjusted/screened for that and nonexistent in RSS satellite data for troposphere.
    Tony, please immediately send this well documented pic evidence to NOAA, plus Galvin Schmidt at NASA GISS for data adjustment, CO2 is rising at much a higher and alarming rate at Mauna Loa than science thought previously.

    • Ted says:


      At least Martin and cfgjd use decipherable English. I’m not even clear about which side you’re trying to mock. I HOPE you were trying to mock something, I just can’t tell what.

      • dave1billion says:

        I’m with you Ted. Totally baffled at where JPB is coming from or staggering towards.

        • AndyG55 says:

          Sort of reminds me when I was teaching a low IQ class of 15 year olds.

          Even basic arithmetic was a challenge to them.

          A fellow teacher had the same class for English.. and he once made the comment…

          “If you value your sanity, never ask them to actually write an explanation about anything”

  4. Mervyn says:

    Oh yes, the guy in that photo on the wall was Obama’s idol … Uganda’s Field Marshall Idi Amin Dada, President for Life … a real tyrant who was responsible for the Rive Nile in Uganda literally running red with the blood of his victims… fellow Ugandans butchered by Amin. And of course, being a Muslim, he was able to live in exile in Saudi Arabia, the home of Islam, where he died in Jeddah in August 2003.

  5. sfx2020 says:

    “But we live in the Obama Era, which is the opposite of sanity. We have a drug abusing president, raised by communists, who had a picture of a mass murdering African dictator on his wall as he got stoned.”

    And an era where fake photos get idiots all riled up, instead of fact checking the source of the photo.

  6. As has oft been said before in many a context: extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.

  7. We don’t buy oil from or “depend” on the “Middle East,” we buy some of our oil from our good friend “Saudi Arabia.” It’s a global oil market. A little time spent on EIA’s site might help clarify. How ’bout lots more from Mexico? Maybe if their government would share, Mexico’s economy would improve enough to cut down on illegals.

  8. dmmcmah says:

    Now Obama says 99.5% of the worlds scientists agree with climate alarmism:

    “”But, look, here’s what we know: 99.5 percent of scientists in the world say this is a really urgent problem,” he said. ”


    • Jason Calley says:

      It must be getting more and more difficult for them to keep doubling down on their lies. What’s next? “143,6% percent of scientists in the world say this is a really urgent problem”

      • Ted says:

        Well, this did come from a man who campaigned in 114% of American states in 2008.

        • skeohane says:

          So 57 X 1.14=64.98 That means there are really 65 states, wow! Who knew?!!

        • skeohane … your math is backwards. It’s 114% of the actual number of states. You effectively multiplied the number of states by 114% … TWICE.

          57/50 = 1.14 = 114%

          50 * 1.14 = 57

          50 * 1.14 * 1.14 = 64.98

        • The “57 states” issue is actually a bit more subtle than that. From his entire sentence, it was clear that he was operating on the basis of America consisting of 60 states — and he’d been to 57 of them so far.

          “… and over the last 15 months we’ve traveled to every corner of the United States. I’ve now been in fifty …. seven states? I think one left to go. One left to go. Alaska and Hawaii, I was not allowed to go to even though I really wanted to visit but my staff would not justify it.”

          So, he was evidently thinking of “one left to go” in the continental US — i.e., the lower 58.

          Yes, the “bong” picture is Photoshopped. The original photo was enough on its own.

          Obama was actually a big fan of Franz Fanon, not Idi Amin — which has even more troubling implications for his current role. Here is how Obama’s literary object of admiration taught him to think of America:

          “Two centuries ago, a former European colony decided to catch up with Europe. It succeeded so well that the United States of America became a monster, in which the taints, the sickness and the inhumanity of Europe have grown to appalling dimensions.”

          And how to think of his own blackness, as he grew to increasingly resent his white half:

          “I am black; I am in total fusion with the world, in sympathetic affinity with the earth, losing my id in the heart of the cosmos — and the white man, however intelligent he may be, is incapable of understanding Louis Armstrong or songs from the Congo.”

          Fanon’s writings, like Obama himself, are seething with resentment.

          ===|==============/ Keith DeHavelle

      • catweazle666 says:

        (Un)skepticalscience have already claimed that CO2 is responsible for 110% of the Earth’s warming.


  9. darrylb says:

    I am not so much against some movement toward using current solar energy.
    For the most part we are using solar energy which has been stored for a long, long time or current solar energy.

    I am against government (us) subsidizing it. Let it develop and compete like any other industry with due environmental and respectful usage.

    Keeping in mind, that CO2 is an elixir of life and its emitance is a blessing despite the foolish junk being stated.

    Why do I think developing some alternative sources of energy? I think we have picked the lowest hanging fruit on the fossil fuel tree in only a century. Regardless of the time line it is a finite source.
    Also, when the idiots finally figure it out, consider the total solar energy rate (watts/m2), methodology for being used, (Wind, Cells, hydroelectric, ethanol etc) maximum possible efficiency, and world energy needs which are increasing, the so called green energy simply is completely inadequate.
    We will eventually use up all fossil fuels. Perhaps in many generations in the future, but we will use it up.
    So, with fossil fuels depleted and current so called green energy sources inadequate, what will man and womankind use for energy? The answer is obvious. We must use the immense energy in the nucleus of atoms instead of that stored in the outer areas.
    As Gail Combs once suggested here, eventually scientists will use nuclear energy as a source to create fossil fuel like compounds, which will have no contaminants in it and just like respiration will produce only water and carbon dioxide. when burned to release the energy.
    The human race is a long way from it, but it is inevitable.

    • Rosco says:

      The current problem with solar is the panels don’t last long enough to make a profit without subsidy and the solar thermal plants kill anything that flies into the field of reflected radiation.

      Perhaps the idea once promoted of encircling the Moon’s equator with solar panels is viable – after all the Moon has a long “day” period. By the way that was a serious proposal – place solar panels so that they encircle the Moon – obviously much cheaper than any proposal for Earth.

      • Jason Calley says:

        Very high voltage DC transmission lines are efficient enough to be used for moving electricity for thousands of miles. Run a cable across the Bering Strait, tie Asia and North America together. Put massivep solar farms in the Gobi Desert and in the American southwest. Heck, tie in the Sahara and the Atacamba too. It is alwat day time somewhere.

        Actually decentralized nuclear power makes more sense.

        • It is always daytime in space[1]. That’s where to put the power, plus the fact that there are trillions of times more acreage available, even when limiting oneself to 2D thinking.

          We will ultimately derive our energy from space solar power — it’s just a question of how much time we spend getting that done. And when we do, we’ll probably have to come up with other ways of keeping the CO2 levels acceptably high; plants are liking what we’re doing.

          ===|==============/ Keith DeHavelle

          [1] Technically, on geosynchronous Earth orbits, it’s nighttime for a few minutes at a time, a few days in a row, twice a year. But we’d have more than one solar power system in orbit, so this is hardly an issue. And there are countless other orbits or, as was pointed out above, the Moon.

      • darrylb says:

        Rosco, —- true, but there are other problems, several in fact, which will be mentioned at a later time.

  10. omanuel says:

    About sixty years ago, Senator Joseph McCarthy was discredited for claiming our government was infiltrated with communists.


    Almost fifty years ago, Buffalo Springfield sang “What’s Going Down?”


    The question is answered by the UN’s Climate Conference in Paris.

    • Mark Luhman says:

      The unfortunate part was he was right, the left discredited him, when we open up the KGB archives, all of what McCarthy said was right, only little minds cannot except that. The same is true with the WMDs in Iraq. The left never ever tells the truth, any fool that believes them generally end up in a unmarked grave after their usefulness is over.

      • Even the “Have you no shame?” quote addressed at McCarthy was a politician/lawyer (Welch) in a courtroom furiously defending his assistant, who had indeed been a member of the IWW (“the Wobblies”) exactly as McCarthy stated. And this was known at the time, but the media liked the anti-McCarthy drama and ignored the fact that it was a grandstanding distraction from the truth.

        ===|==============/ Keith DeHavelle

  11. I know the pic is a fake because you can’t toke a bong without putting a finger or thumb on the air hole. I don’t see his hand in the pic. Also, the pic on the wall is at the wrong angle.

    • Mark Luhman says:

      The picture might ne fake but is is certain Obama mind is either burned out or he is an moron. Pick which one the so call smartest man in the room is a intellectual light weight could put 2 + 2 = 4 if his life depended on it. Have you every wondered who pulled the string to get such an idiot elected, Not once but twice of is it simple that fifty years of liberal having control of our education have dumb down people so much that someone of below average intelligence could be sold as a the smartinst man in the room?

      • I’m not saying the guy isn’t an idiot and a commie shmuck, but look at the pic. The bong tube is full of smoke, which would never happen if he is inhaling and his finger is off the air hole. The tube would be clear of smoke in a second.

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