North Dakota Senator Wants To Make The State Colder

GOP senator from North Dakota wants to tackle climate change : NPR

Apparently -37F isn’t cold enough for his tastes, and he believes the solution is to make energy unaffordable and unavailable.

Bone-chilling cold grips Red River Valley; Fargo ties record low, Grand Forks sets record 

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6 Responses to North Dakota Senator Wants To Make The State Colder

  1. gregole says:

    You know I just can’t keep up with all the newest, fashionable Klimate Fads; what’s the latest gripe from the Klimate Klowns? What, it’s too hot in North Dakota… pity.

    One thing that has not really worked out all that well for our Klimate Katastrophists is the imminent demise of those lovable and fragile polar bears. Get a load of this:

    “We expected to meet (the polar bears) mostly on Wrangel Island, famous all around the world for being home for many bears. Not this year, as we found out later—maybe because of the very cold summer,” he writes.


  2. Rah says:

    This morning at about 11 eastern time I was driving East on I-72/US 36. There is a good sized wind farm west of Springfield, IL at about the 76 mm. In fact the 90 deg. Latitude line goes right through the center of that wind farm.

    It was 9 deg F at the time and the sun was shining. Not a single one of the bird choppers were turning.

  3. Conrad Ziefle says:

    I think it is a requirement for politicians to be absolutely stupid. A few, who aren’t, slip through, very few. The only requirement is that a politician know which direction the wind is blowing, and then to be able to pontificate vociferously enough to add to it.

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