Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Expert Witness, Continued

Once the press printed Prince Albert's view of climate change, it was only a matter of time before the Prince of Wales weighed-in:
Britain's Prince Charles said Tuesday the current financial crisis should not distract from the larger issue of global warming.

"The credit crunch is rightly a preoccupation of vast significance and importance. But we take our eye off the climate crunch at our peril," he said in a speech at a science museum in Tokyo.
Yeah, that's the ticket--because CO2 emission limits are perfect for the poor.

I note that the heir to the British throne previously proposed banning McDonalds to improve peoples diets, is pro-Palestinian. despairs of President Bush and generates a huge carbon footprint (the equivalent of 600 cars annually). Making Charles next in line for a Nobel.

(via Planet Gore)

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