Flooded Arizona Suffering “Devastating Megadrought”

“Democrats also agreed to a request by Ms. Sinema to include billions of dollars to combat droughts, according to officials briefed on the emerging plan, something that is crucial to Arizona as it suffers from a devastating megadrought. “

Krysten Sinema Agrees to Climate and Tax Deal – The New York Times

Pinetop, AZ 10-Day Weather Forecast | Weather Underground

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8 Responses to Flooded Arizona Suffering “Devastating Megadrought”

  1. Michael Peinsipp says:

    Humans actually believe they can ‘control’ climate and COOL the Earths’ climate.
    This picture shows/proves how insignificant Mankind is in the Universe and understand why Humans are Children needing to grow up and find/use Wisdom…

  2. GWS says:

    The NYT could care less about what’s happening out west, so they just make it up.

  3. Russell Cook says:

    For those who may have missed it here at RealClimateScience on July 31, I advised not to hold one’s breath about Sen Sinema displaying any sort of “moderate” Democrat position. It is simply not what she is: https://realclimatescience.com/2022/07/mann-threatens-us-senator/#comment-840002

    • Eli the PitBulldog says:

      If Manchin caved, she probably wasn’t in the game anyway, just holding out to see what she could get. One of those is a tax break for certain investors (her buddies)

  4. Gamecock says:

    Inflation hits Congress. Instead of printing up $400,000,000,000 to fight inflation, they are now going to print up $800,000,000,000 . . . to fight inflation.

  5. Paul Marks says:

    The government continues to spend-tax-and-regulate the United States to destruction. The latest excuse, screaming “drought” during heavy rain, is just one more in a long line of irrational excuses.

  6. Conrad Ziefle says:

    A lot of people buying into voodoo with these drought prevention ideas. I suggest building some altars in the desert and ripping a 1000 Democrats hearts out each day for three months. If you get a little sprinkle at any time, double or triple the number to cause rain intensification.

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