Saturday, March 10, 2007

Endangered? Yah--If You're an Eskimo

Trenchant observations from Moonbattery:

Unaffected by the torrent of global warming lies that incessantly blasts out of the media with the force of water from a fire hose, polar bears have been thriving.

In the Davis Strait area, the population is up from 850 in the mid-1980s to 2,100.

Local Eskimos have been saying so for awhile. But global warming hoaxers won't listen to them because the locals have an interest in keeping the dangerous bears off the endangered species list. Liberals want polar bears on the list not because they are even remotely endangered, but because they hope to throw a monkey wrench into the economy by claiming that energy production must only be allowed if we can prove it doesn't inconvenience polar bears.

But there's even a BETTER reason to protect polar bears:

Polar bears are one of the few species on Earth that will hunt down humans and kill us for food, probably accounting for their immense popularity among environmentalists.

That's why you don't find too many Greenies camping out in AK. Too bad, eh?

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