March 3, 2009
Global warming alarmists get my vote as the funniest people in America. Not even falling temperatures and growing arctic ice can dampen their quest to stop global warming.
Global warming activists stormed Washington Monday for what was billed as the nation's largest act of civil disobedience to fight climate change -- only to see the nation's capital virtually shut down by a major winter storm.
Schools and businesses were shuttered, lawmakers cancelled numerous appearances and the city came to a virtual standstill as Washington was blasted with its heaviest snowfall of the winter.
It spelled about six inches of trouble for global warming activists who had hoped to swarm the Capitol by the thousands in an effort to force the government to close the Capitol Power Plant, which heats and cools a number of government buildings, including the Supreme Court and the Capitol...
One protester named Kat had planned to get arrested and be bailed out Monday but decided to stay put and donate her money to a good cause instead.
"I don't want to travel in the snow today. However, I am donating my bail money to fight mountaintop removal," she wrote to the Climate Action Web site.
Read the whole story HERE.
I am so glad that Kat is finding a way to fight the removal of mountaintops. I have not yet decided what I am going to do with my bail money. Any ideas?