Gov Brewer who once hallucinated headless bodies in the desert says Climate Change is caused by ‘other things’

The following words come straight from Governor Jan Brewer (R-Wow) who once hallucinated headless bodies in the desert, but  they also  echo  equally detached politicians who refuse to take human responsibility for climate change.  In responsie to a question about climate change she answered, “Where in the hell did that come from?”  Of course Brewer thought the mic was cut off.

Start at approximately the 0.45 mark if you don’t care to watch the entirety of the video:

Brewer said, “Everybody has an opinion on it and I probably don’t believe that it’s man made. I believe, you know, that weather elements are controlled by other things.” Unfortunately, she didn’t care to mention what those ‘things’ were.

Our friends at The Political Carnival noted:

Marco Rubio is unsure how old the Earth is. He is a member of the Senate’s Commerce, Science, & Transportation Committee.

Michele “Man-Made Climate Change is ‘Manufactured Science” Bachmann sits on theHouse Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

The soon-to-be forgotten moron on climate changeTodd “legitimate rape” Akin, sits on the Science Committee, as does Paul Evolution, Embryology and Big Bang Theory are “lies straight from the pit of hellClimate Change is a Hoax” Broun.

Global warming skeptic Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas) set to chair House Science Committee.

This is all just a bad dream, right? Please?

No you silly goose, it is not a bad dream. It is the GOP.

Straight from in 2007:

Scientists from 113 countries issued a landmark report Friday saying they have little doubt global warming is caused by man, and predicting that hotter temperatures and rises in sea level will “continue for centuries” no matter how much humans control their pollution.

A top U.S. government scientist, Susan Solomon, said “there can be no question that the increase in greenhouse gases are dominated by human activities.”

“The public should not sit back and say ‘There’s nothing we can do’,” Steiner said. “Anyone who would continue to risk inaction on the basis of the evidence presented here will one day in the history books be considered irresponsible.”

(my bold)

If Jan Brewer doesn’t want to believe the Fox News link, how about a Koch funded study which concludes, Global Warming is almost entirely due to carbon pollution.

From this post alone and Gotta Laff’s post, I count 5 ‘irresponsible ‘politicians. And it may be too late to turn this around. You sure showed us!

More reading for Jan:  Climate change in Arizona.

  • Richard Paul

    Will we as a world realize that global climate change is somewhat man-made, and that if we make the world as much as 2 degrees hotter we are going to kill ourselves, as in making the Human Species extinct?

    • Sad Blue Planet

      Not if it remains so politicized. We are an immature people. Politics trumps survival of our planet.