A few weeks ago, the good folks at Citizen Link published a video mocking Nobel Laureate Al Gore's $300 million ad campaign "to change the way you think about global warming" (embedded at right, h/t Joe D'Aleo):
To school-aged children all over the country, he'll shortly be as famous as that bear in the ranger hat who likes to put out forest fires.
The video then marvelously pictured what future transportation will look like in America if Gore and his sycophant climate alarmists get their way:
And now, introducing, the 2023 Mustang (video of horse and carriage). Zero to five in 4.3 seconds. Room for four. And a climate changing ONE HORSEPOWER!
Yet, maybe most important, the video asked a seemingly obvious question media won't dare:
Is it better to spend $300 million to convince people to give the government communistic control over your car, your thermostat, and your job in a futile attempt to regulate the temperature of an entire planet? Or, would it be better to spend $300 million to help people adapt to slightly warmer temperatures until the planet begins to cool down again?
Remember: Only you can prevent dumb ideas from catching fire!