Sunday, February 27, 2011
“God said the earth would not be destroyed by a flood.” John Shimkus, Republican on the Subcommittee on Energy and Environment
But since taking over the House of Representatives, the Republicans have packed science-related committees with lawmakers who refute such basic findings as the reality of global warming and the threats of climate change. Fred Upton, the head of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, has said outright that he does not believe that global warming is man-made. John Shimkus of Illinois, who also sits on the committee — as well as on the Subcommittee on Energy and Environment — has said that the government doesn’t need to make a priority of regulating greenhouse-gas emissions, because as he put it late last year, “God said the earth would not be destroyed by a flood.”
I used to be a Republican but I can't vote for Republicans anymore. They have become too god-soaked and too retarded. They have figured out the best way to get elected and reelected in Idiot America is by being as stupid as possible, and they're experts at it.
If Christians say they're pro-environment, they're lying. They think the entire universe was magically created just for them, so they can do whatever they want with it, including destroying it. Why not wipe out every species and pollute our rivers, lakes, and oceans? Jeebus will fix everything when he comes back.
Christian assholes are not just evolution deniers. They're science deniers. They are willing to throw out all of science to defend their dead Jeebus. They're willing to throw out our entire planet if that's lucrative for them.
Fuck off and die Christian scum.