Saturday, August 26, 2006

Will the owner of a blue Volvo please come to climate customer service…

… your vehicle is causing a hurricane!



Thank heavens, this little girl is going to grow up to be educated enough to know that hurricanes didn't come along until the invention of the internal combustion engine.

Cailyn Fitzgerald helped make signs with slogans such as "gas fuels hurricanes," "exhausted of exhaust" and "cars are driving death: stop climate change."

Fitzgerald said the areas in New Orleans destroyed by the flooding would be rebuilt by now had they been higher-income areas.
Oops, that activist talking-point rolodex keeps flipping pages!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

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MapMaster said...

It is a shame! Terribly lazy of me… I should have also mentioned the unfocused and inscrutable vapidity of the "Climate Justice" slogan on the other sign, and the equally inscrutable association between automobile-induced catastrophe and the socio-economic status of un-rebuilt areas of New Orleans. Was the speaker on loan from the "Social Justice" lobby? I could have mentioned too the pathetic exploitation of children to further their parents' political agendas, but fortunately the commenters here were thoughtful enough to notice that.

David Drake said...

Flatulence from Michael Moore and Rob Reiner caused Katrina.

Wow - those CM'ers have **NO** sense of humor, at all, do they?

Indoctrinating children early in their life that some falsehoods are true is ALWAYS a good thing to do, isn't it? Isn't that how future liberals are made?

MapMaster said...

Bless the little ankle-biters, for they shall inherit the column space of middling community newspapers.

rhebner said...

Lack of cars caused most of the human misery during Katrina. If these people had cars they would've gotten the hell out of there before the hurricane struck.

Pietr said...

I'd just like to say-I've got a blue Volvo, and yesterday I put 54 litres of company petrol in.
They sell it to employees at 11 pence a litre less than commercial petrol!