Liberals will fight for the life of a convicted killer, but rally to take it away from a live baby in utero.
Progressives insist that private businesses need to provide services to anyone. Yet, elitists like Bruce Springsteen who support that thought, withhold business from people with whom they don’t agree.
Lefties want to hear whatever you have to say, so long as it doesn’t negate their point of view [see current protests].
And just for giggles, here’s a good one:
Secretary of State John Kerry winged his way Monday from New Zealand to the Middle East on the next leg of what may be his longest trip yet, a journey during which America’s top diplomat will account for roughly 16.5 tons of carbon dioxide emissions.
That’s more or less the amount of CO2 – one of the key greenhouse gasses blamed for global warming – produced by the average American in a full year, according to World Bank data.
Climate change features prominently on Kerry’s itinerary on his current trip, an eight-day haul from Washington to New Zealand to Antarctica – where he became the highest-ranking U.S. official to visit – and on to two Arab Gulf states and then Morocco before winging to Peru and then back home.
An imprecise calculation of the route Kerry is taking on this trip indicates he will travel around 35,300 miles, which would make it the longest of Kerry’s many journeys as secretary of state.
Using a calculator from CarbonFootprint.com, which bases its data on conversion factors from the Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Energy and equivalent agencies in Canada, Australia and Britain, a first-class passenger flying the distance of Kerry’s current trip would be responsible for roughly 16.57 tons of CO2 emissions.
Source: CNS News