I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of seeing scientists showing off their money.
I mean, Rick Perry is right. He tells it like it is. The above video of Perry telling the world that scientists are using global warming as a get-rich scam is spot on. What, with all the scientists prancing around in their posh sport coats and ties.
Scientists! Those gluttonous, fat bastards!
They have the biggest houses, the best cars, and eat at all the nicest restaurants.
They are the fat-man stereotypes that you see in all the movies that expose the difference between the rich and the poor.
That’s Global Warming for you, just another way that the chichi scientists, flanked with the hottest women wearing the hottest silk suits, are taking the whole of the Earth on a ride in their gullible machine.
Here’s the deal. From now on, if you believe that a there was a Moses, a Noah’s ark, a giant killed with a pebble, a woman created from a man’s rib, or a man lived two thousand years ago, was murdered and raised from the dead, you don’t get to say things like, “I don’t believe in things that are presented to the world with stone-cold facts and evidence.”
Let’s take it a step further! The words: “I don’t believe in” shouldn’t be found in your vocal repertoire.
If belief in things unseen and un-mistakeably impossible is something you subscribe to in the most general way, you don’t get “I don’t believe in” privileges.