He's got your 'global warming' right here!

Oklahoma Republican Sen. James (“Jim” to his friends, “Dickface” to most of America) Inhofe knows global warming is a hoax, as he has proven repeatedly, why won’t you dumb people listen to him instead of all those “scientists” who say otherwise? (No, not the scientists paid by the oil and gas industry to deny climate change is real; the other 99 percent of scientists who say yes it is TOO real.)

Well, FINE, here is Inhofe on the floor of the Senate, once and for all proving that global warming is not real because snow, and he happens to have that snow RIGHT HERE, CATCH!

Yup, guess that settles it, and global warming is a hoax invented by, Michael Moore, and George Soros after all. Well done, Sen. Inhofe, you win.

[h/t John R. Parkinson on Twitter]

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  • This man knows how to handle his balls, I guess the Koch Brothers are into that.

  • Zippy

    looks like James decided to erect a snow man straw man

  • Toomush_Infer

    The Chair: “Is it…… a snowball?”…

    • Cindyinencinitas

      Oh, lord, if only he would yield back the balance of his time to someone…anyone.

    • Gleem-McShinez

      “I just wanted to clarify for the record. The compacted white balls the senator from Oklahoma is displaying to us on the senate floor are not his testicles.”

  • Anarchy Pony

    When Oklahoma is dry as fuck this summer I’m sure that’s not a sign of anything…

    • MrBlobfish

      Dustbowl II: Electric Boogaloo

    • Biel_ze_Bubba

      It’s a sign that God is pissed (again) at the gheys getting married, and that he missed (again) with the retribution.

      • Anarchy Pony

        He really needs an atlas or something.

        • Blank Ron

          Or new glasses.

  • FlownOver

    A reasonable counter-argument would be the administration of a glowing lava enema to the senator.

  • Tallmutha

    If global warming is real, why is Mrs. Inhofe frigid?

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Because she’s never been to bed with a real man?

  • ArgieBargie

    And with people like Senator Inhof heading the Environment and Public Works Committee, America’s got a snowball’s chance in hell.

  • Toomush_Infer

    So….no science until 2017, then?…

  • MsAnthropesMr

    I have here this snowball, which lists 95 active members of the communist party.

  • SayItWithWookies

    Well if that’s the standard Senator Inhofe wants to use for evidence, then clearly the evidence also shows that he should never be allowed to fly an airplane again, either.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      This twit holds a flight instructor’s license? Clearly deregulation fever has hit the FAA if they’ve allowed the standards to slip this much.

    • formerChild

      The flying part isn’t so hard. Just the landing part. In a fluke of bad luck he lived through it.

    • Setag Mailliw

      So close. The article said he knew the runway was closed. What kind of arrogant S.O.B. he must be.

  • Villago Delenda Est

    The stupid. It burns and freezes at the same time! I guess that will show those pointy heads who think they are smarter than Jim “Dickface who makes a box of hammers look like high grade MENSA material” Inhofe!

  • MrBlobfish

    Al Gore is fat. Also, too.

    • Zippy

      and he flew in a jet once, so there, libtards!!1!

      • Esteban Rey

        and he has a house! Hypocrite!

        • Cindyinencinitas

          And Kylie is pregnant with Scott’s baby and she’s NOT sorry so suck it!

    • HobbesEvilTwin

      Don’t forget he also claimed to invent the series of tubes*

      * that reminds me, I haven’t mentioned how much MoDo sucks in a while. Fuck you MoDo!

    • Comrade Wingtardd 5467p

      How can the world be round if Al Gore can stand on it?

  • Rotational Symmetry

    On his lapel — is that symbol (which is NOT AN AMERICAN FLAG) there to signify his allegiance to a foreign Power?

    • FlownOver

      It’s a full-size model of his weewee. Senate rules discourage the display of the original.

    • Zippy

      lol, it’s a wired lapel mic. They are too stupid to use a wireless lavaliere and too cheap to pay a union audio tech

      • Rotational Symmetry

        Oh, that’s funny. I actually thought it was a cross.

    • Jukesgrrl

      It’s the stick he stabs into his ear every time he hears common sense.

    • gedjcj

      Sometimes a mic is just a mic.

  • Zippy

    Quite the snowjob, Senator

  • angertoad

    It’s actually a pig’s nut that his colleague Joni Ernst gave him.

  • JohnBull

    He didn’t call scientists “terrorists.” Guess he hates America more than Obummer.

  • cousin itt

    Winter. Nobody can explain that.

    • calliecallie

      Especially in Washington!

    • Villago Delenda Est

      It goes in, it goes out. It witnesses the Defenestration of Prague. No one can explain it.

  • Biel_ze_Bubba

    That snowball has no chance…

  • Not So Much

    I’ve never referred to him by anything as nice as ‘Dickface’…

  • Spotts1701

    Now, Senator. You know the rules. You gotta bring enough snowballs for everybody.

  • pattyp

    From someone throwing it at him, I hope.

  • calliecallie

    Senator, I have some nice beachfront property in the Maldives that might interest you.

    • SuspectedDemocrat

      Now’s the time to buy! The residents are selling cheap because they think the sea level is rising. Then, any day now when the natural cycle reverses itself, he’ll have a nice vacation home.

  • In related news, the soup I just ate proves that world hunger is no longer a problem.

  • Biel_ze_Bubba

    Not even gonna follow the links. “It’s snowing, ergo AGW is a hoax.”
    Somebody should stake this fucker to a dead tree in southern Australia for a week, and then ask if it seemed at all warm.

    • ShriekinViolet

      It’s cold in the Northern Hemisphere and hot in the Southern Hemisphere – you can’t explain that.

      Dog whistle alert: I’m sure there’s a deleted commenter just aching to explain why “certain people” gravitate to Southron climes.

      • House0fTheBlueLights

        Hobbits, for one.

  • Zak44

    That’s an insult to dicks everywhere.
    Also faces.

    • ShriekinViolet

      Dickface libel!!11!

  • That’ll certainly shut up all those climate scientists who have been claiming that winter no longer exists.

  • formerChild

    I’ll bet he was a riot on his high school debate team.

    • MrBlobfish

      He was equipment manager.

    • Zippy

      Did someone say riot?

      *Bill O’Reilly

  • ThePuckStopsHere

    He throws like a girl. I’ll bet his mother wears Army boots, too.

  • Ruhe

    This applies to Inhofe’s brain too, right? I mean until I see him holding it in his hands how do I know he actually has one?

  • SayItWithWookies

    Someone should tell Jim Inhofe that scientists believe that water contains oxygen so he can disprove that obviously inane idea, too.

    • House0fTheBlueLights

      This is a truly excellent idea.

  • Joshua Norton

    global warming is not real because snow,

    So ‘splain the dry heatwaves we’ve been having on the West Coast this winter Jimbo. Go ahead. I dare you.

    • Cindyinencinitas

      Jesus got a place for the winter in La Jolla Cove and he wants to go snorkeling. Duh.

    • House0fTheBlueLights

      This is the “were you there” school of proof. If it’s not happening to him it isn’t happening.

    • Anarchy Pony

      And the boiling summer in the southern hemisphere.

  • Callyson
  • OneYieldRegular

    “Well, Senator, to answer your question, I assume that you got it from the snow outside, which has been falling in near record amounts in the northeast this winter as part of increasingly intense storm systems just as predicted in empirical models by scientists who have identified a clear pattern of warming global temperatures and have connected this phenomena directly to human activity.”

    Is everyone asleep in that room?

    • Blank Ron

      When aren’t they?

  • Callyson

    Also, too:

    Thanks, Senator Inhofe, but I’d rather not play with any of your balls.

  • AmusedAmused

    If the Earth is round, how come we don’t fall off?

  • I don’t understand why the snowball didn’t come flying back at him.


    • Hardly Ideal

      You’d think at least ONE fellow senator would’ve stood their ground.

  • Peter Walford

    “I have in my hand a piece of snow …”

  • Toomush_Infer

    Inhofe: “Is this cocaine? I found it in my pocket. Is it?….It is?….okay…..

  • Blueb4sunrise

    The correct vile snark mob answer is: FROM OUT YER ASS YOU IGNORANT MOTHERFUCKER

  • docterry6973

    Dog almighty, what a jackass. And the best part is that this idiot thinks he has proven something.

  • Olav_Pompatus

    Silly me! And here I thought snow was a precipitation event, not a temperature plunge. Thanks. Prof. Jim!

  • Poly_Ester

    Snowball fights in the Senate chambers must be a violation of the Senate’s rules of decorum. Don’t you think?

    • Jukesgrrl

      Not if they’re throwing them at the girls like that uppity Lizzie Warren.

      • nmmagyar

        That is a fight that would get really ugly, really quick (and they would lose, really bad)

      • Hardly Ideal

        OT, but it reminds me of a bit from John Oliver about state legislators:

        (Utah’s 84-day session) isn’t a senate, it’s a summer camp! But instead of cooking smores and throwing sticks at possums, they’re restricting abortions and throwing sticks at possums.

  • ez

    If he’s so smart perhaps he can answer this question: Where does the Sun go at night?

    • Sam Hain

      Jim told me it dips into the sea of course!

    • Hardly Ideal

      And that’s why we don’t have solar energy; the Sun goes away each day and doesn’t even tell us where it’s going!

    • DahBoner

      It gets eaten by a giant snake. That’s why the sunset is red…

    • SayItWithWookies

      To the stable. The horses pulling the chariot it’s on need to rest and eat, jeeze. Next question.

  • Ilgattomorte

    This kind of stuff always begs a question for me, “Can he really be this dumb or does he just think we are that stupid?” The former is bad, but the latter is even worse. The reality is it’s probably a little of both. I find it really hard to crack jokes about this. It’s like making fun of a one-legged guy because he walks funny.

  • House0fTheBlueLights

    Snark off.

    Are you fucking kidding me? Isn’t he embarrassed? I know I’m embarrassed that this guy is a Senator.

    • Herasmus B. Lyon

      The Germans have a great word for the embarrassment one feels on behalf of someone who doesn’t have the sense to be embarrassed for themselves–fremdschämen.

      • sw19womble

        The Germans have a great word for absolutely anything and everything.

  • Biel_ze_Bubba

    Say, senator . . . you know all that water that’s laying around frozen outside? Guess why it didn’t fall in Oklahoma. And why a whole fuckton of water also won’t, over the next 50 years.

  • Zippy

    where the snow drifts as high as an elephant’s eye…

  • Bill Slider

    He sounds very sciencey for someone that is not a scientist.

  • docterry6973

    Pop Quiz: What is the smartest entity in that photo?

    • Zippy

      the lectern

    • GunToting[Redacted]

      The snowball.

    • Gleem-McShinez

      His genital warts? Oh, damn, trick question! I guess technically you can’t see them in that photo.

      • gedjcj

        I scrolled up to check his tie, but no.

      • DahBoner

        Dryer lint

  • Jukesgrrl

    He can’t possibly be this stupid. When he’s having dinner at the Elite White Men’s Club with his buddies from Exxon and BP does he say to them, “Now, boys, if I hold up a snowball, y’all won’t laugh AT me will ya? I think your customers will really fall for that.”

    • ShriekinViolet

      “He can’t possibly be this stupid.”

      I know, right? But, yes, yes he can be this stupid. Whether it’s feigned ignorance or actual stupidity, this is your Senate, ladies and gentlemen.

  • Gleem-McShinez

    The existence of a snowball proves the climate isn’t changing?

    Then I’m sure Inhofe would accept the existence of fossils proves the Bible isn’t true.

    • ShriekinViolet

      Not exactly…. Fossils were “evidence” placed by god to test the faithful while snowballs in winter prove that liberals are terrible.

      • SuspectedDemocrat

        And light from stars more than 6,000 light years away was created in-flight. Stoopid librals fall for that trick every time!

  • Skwerl King

    I can see from the packed chamber there was a lot of actual work being done.

    • Beaumarchais?

      More like a loaded chamber, if that drunk Inhofe’s around.

      • weejee

        Or chamber pot

  • Zippy

    No wonder Oklahoma is anti-education

  • trackhorse

    Is that a weird crucifix or a small pen in his button hole?

    • Spurning Beer

      IS THAT WHAT?!?!

      Oh, I thought you said “butt hole.” Never mind.

      • House0fTheBlueLights

        That’s okay, I thought he said “penis”. Welcome to Wonkette, where every joke is a dick joke.

        • Gleem-McShinez

          Let the Internet Of Record Note: Jim Inhofe had a small penis in his butthole, while he held his balls, OUT ON THE SENATE FLOOR!!1

  • SuspectedDemocrat

    I won’t believe in CO2’s heat-trapping properties until there’s no snow or ice left anywhere in the world. When we’re all sweltering and bunched up at the south pole, then we can talk about reducing our use of fossil fuels.

  • JohnnyZhivago2

    He breathes every 10 seconds which proves he must have a brain.

    • Goposaur

      Not a brain, merely a thickening of the basal ganglia, nothing more than autonomic nervous system.

      • Zippy

        or David Koch’s hand up his ass, moving his jaw

        • BeliTsari

          At least, it ain’t JUST all that money then? Might be unseen, but seems to elicit the same dead-eyed, drooling sneer they all have in common with FOX/CNN whores.

  • Spurning Beer

    In Oklahoma, the Wind comes right behind the Rain. In the dictionary. Because the Federal Government forces the far-left alphabet on them.

  • TellMeImDreaming

    These idiots think they’re so cute. At sea level water is a liquid at 211 degress and vapor two degrees away… so yeah moron, just two degrees cam make a hell of a difference

    • mayor

      as much as i agree with your sentiment, this statement is not accurate. It takes 1 calorie to raise 1 gram of water 1 degree in temp, but at 100 degrees c it takes 540 calories to convert it to steam.

      • Blank Ron

        Hey, enough, this isn’t about science!

  • HarryButtle

    Um…Arizona. Explain that away, Dickface!

    Dumb fucking cracker.

    • weejee

      And Senator Dumbhof, 600 miles to the north of DC in Seattle the crocuses and been and gone, daffs still here but past their peak, red bud trees in full bloom, leaves sprouting on trees, and no freakin’ snow in the mountains. And I have already had to mow the damn lawn.

      / puts unused skis away until next season

      • nmmagyar

        At (almost) 6,000 feet above DC, here in beautiful Albuquerque I already have Bachelor Buttons and Zinnias sprouting. We had about 1/128″ of snow all freaking winter. And I’m wearing shorts.

        • sw19womble

          Vancouver was really mild throughout January. Fog and mist out on the islands (but not in a John Carpenter type way, thank goodness). Not even much rain to speak of. The Daffodils were just poking up out of the ground when I left. Apparently there’s a decent sprouting according to the neighbours.

          • nmmagyar

            I’m really afraid the entire state is going to catch fire this year. We haven’t had shit WRT precipitation. And, of course, fireworks are legal.

          • weejee

            Same here, with lots and lots of trees on steep hills.

      • Candy Apple

        Utah checking in. We had 60-degree days all through February, in a state that once held the Winter Olympics, a state that historically has used the motto, “The Greatest Snow on Earth.” Except there’s no snow here, now, Inhofe. Explain that with your fancy sciencey snowball props.

        • Zippy

          When I was at Sundance, temps were in the mid fifties the second week. We’re talking about Park City, a ski resort area at 10,000 feet. The locals were freaking out as all the snow melted

        • Chris Haugen

          Here in Michigan we had the hottest Summers on Record and now the coldest February on record. Every year another record in some extreme. But hey, World Hunger doesn’t exist because look, I’m holding a cheeseburger. (as a friend of mine puts it.)

      • Drew Miner

        Dallas had ten minuets of snowfall this winter, the teachers took the kids outside to catch a snowflake on the tongue.

      • anniegetyerfun

        My dad broke my lawnmower last summer and I was feeling comforted by the fact that I wouldn’t really have to worry about fixing it until maybe mid-April? But no, the lawn is already at mid-calf and the neighbors are starting to look askance at us. More than usual, I mean.

      • House0fTheBlueLights

        Illinois here! 0 degrees at the beginning of March. Totally normal! Nothing to see here! Move along!

    • TootsStansbury

      Regular Arctic dumps into the mid latitudes are totes fucking normal you guys!

      • Anarchy Pony

        They are now that the Jetstream is senile.

  • weejee
  • beatbort

    Jim, here’s something that would prove your point way more effectively: you take that ball of snow, you remove your trousers and your boxers, and then you shove it between the cracks of your ass, then you hop around like a bunny and say, “Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.”

    • sw19womble

      Also known as Plan B for repealing Obamacare.

  • Paperless Tiger

    The oil lobby ordered a snow job. Sen. Inhofe thought they meant use snow.

  • Sam Hain

    Weather is not climate, weather is not climate, repeat ad infinitum….

  • Me not sure

    This goon thinks insolation is what is what you put between your houses walls to stay warm and albedo
    is your sex drive (climatological laughfest ensues) .

  • chascates

    But believe in an Invisible Space Giant? Shit yeah!

    • nmmagyar

      Space Giants was the greatest show evar!!!!! Goldar Rulez!!!

  • slugsucker

    So much Professor DGT’s caree!

  • TootsStansbury

    Isn’t this the idiot who got sick from swimming in a polluted lake? Do I have my idiots mixed up?

  • geoffalnutt

    “Where did I get this snowball?” Out of Ann Coulter’s hoo-hah?

    • DominicBruysPorter

      cold enough, but too dry

  • TootsStansbury

    I got no snark. These fuckers are more interested in short term profits over the survival of the human race. Planet wide. They don’t care, they’re set up. Fuck the rest of us. They think they’ll inherit some paradise; they’re wrong of course, but that’s what they think. Stupid idiots. Don’t realize the reality of human nature when it comes down to that whole hierarchy of needs thing. Yum, human meat.

  • Bill Slider

    Senator Inhofe of Oklahoma is but one example of why the United States is falling as a world power, and why we are at serious risk of proving our democratic republic as constructed currently is a failure as a form of government.

    • docterry6973

      I swear, if a dictator took over this country and gave it to the oil companies Inhofe would clap like a trained seal.

      • DominicBruysPorter

        well, after yet another election where the R candidate was elected by a minority of the popular vote (three in a row now? whereas Obama won the pop vote both times) i wouldn’t be so surprised if he is clapping right now.

        ok, had to double check, but Bush jr did squeak by a majority in 04, but a smaller majority than Clinton has right now and there’s talk about more recounts. It’s amazing you never hear freakouts about voter fraud from card-carrying Dems.

  • mrpuma2u

    And if you put the snowball down on the ground it doesn’t roll, so QED the earth is still flat. Amen.

  • JohnnyZhivago2

    Caption: “Something was rattling inside my head for months. I sneezed and this came out.”

    • weejee

      Figures a con artist would hack-up a snowball.

  • churst714

    MLK: “Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.” I would say Inhofe certainly demonstrates that. How can these people do completely not understand/refuse to accept reality? I guess because the Koch Bros tell them to.

  • dshwa

    Cosmos should be mandatory viewing for elected officials

    • PubOption

      Train Neil deGrasse Tyson’s dog to bite deniers like Inhofe.

    • Anarchy Pony

      You can lead a dumbass to knowledge but you can’t make him think.

    • Poly_Ester

      At best, it would confuse them. At worst, it would challenge cherished beliefs.

  • Poly_Ester

    A photo of the illustrious Senator

    • darnyoudarnyoutoheck

      Now you’ve insulted that perfectly harmless stump.

  • longtail

    Ah, the senior senator from Exon.

  • Incoming Ham

    “Snowpocalypse In The Senate”, starring James “Don’t know my ass from my elbow” Inhofe

  • DahBoner

    If that snowball isn’t melting, that means Inhofe is the Iceman.

    Here’s a picture of the Iceman before some tourist broke off his penis for a souvenir…

  • JAWs

    This is one of the warped snowman from “Calvin & Hobbes,” right? This can’t be a real person, can it?

    • Anarchy Pony

      Mutant killer monster snow goons?


    I just hope Elizabeth Warren doesn’t bloody her forehead too badly from hitting it on her desk over and over.
    And over.

    • Amy!

      Do you suppose that that’s the reason We Can’t Have Nice Senators? (or can’t have more than a couple at a time) Like the NFL guys, they get concussed and have to retire early?

  • ButIKnowWhatILike

    Ah the predictable rhythm of the year: From December to March, “Lookie, snow, what global warming, amirite?” From July to October, not a peep remotely referencing warming or any sort.

    • m3bosha

      We’ll to be fair, December is War on Christmas Season. So Global Warming Isn’t Real Season doesn’t really start until January.

      • BeliTsari

        SHEET! Dun I miss’d me Confederate HIS-Story Month agin? SHAZZAM!!!

  • ThatDale

    Sweet Cthulhu, what a dumbfuck.

  • Enfant Terrible

    Would it kill you to crack a science book, Senator?

  • Constant Gardener
    • Anarchy Pony

      Junk science, obviously.

    • SuspectedDemocrat

      Silly me, the way I was holding the map, my thumb was accidentally covering 90% of it!

  • Notreelyhelping

    Why he can believe pert near anything…for a suitable contribution.

  • deerwings

    In other news, World Hunger has ended because I just ate.

  • MilwaukeeKent

    Breaking weather records everywhere but nothing to see here, move along. To admit that climate change is real means doing something and there’s nothing the GOP hates more than getting things done.

  • Msgr_Moment

    Epic Whitehouse takedown (no, not that White House):

    • Thatsit Fortheotherwon


    • JaaaaaCeeeee

      Nice Sheldon Whitehouse! There are any number of GOP elected representatives, of whom you could also often say: You can believe the data or the senator with the snowball.

  • Virginia Dreaming

    Photographic evidence that Inhofe is actually an Ood, but with a strange mutation so that his accessory brain is larger and more useful than the one in his head. (And yes, I am a Doctor Who fan.)

  • willi0000000

    how long until the people of Oklahoma notice that this is not their senator?

  • beecroft

    By throwing the snowball upwards he simultaneously disproved the “theory” of gravity!

  • blaid droog

    he is such a nice sweet gentle spoken granpa figure, how could you ever doubt him?

    • OneYieldRegular

      Obviously you didn’t see what he tried to do to Galileo.

  • Idiot, plain and simple idiot. This is what he does to earn a paycheck. Idiots elected him. Idiots put him in charge of the Environment and Public Works Committee. I sometimes get the feeling that even the Republican base is beginning to tire of looking like a bunch of crazy jackasses, but then that feeling quickly goes away, and I’m left with that “What the F… just happened” attitude that is all too common for me these days. This can’t go on forever, can it?

  • Dylan

    It will never cease to amaze me that people, actual human beings, vote men and women like this into office.

    It would be more conducive to progression to not vote at all.

    • VirginiaLady

      That’s how he got into office in the first place. More people need to get out and vote for anyone else, preferably someone not putting on a paid for show of ignorance.

      • Dylan

        Voter apathy is a problem, but I’m not totally convinced greater voter turnout would keep people like him out of office. I would love to be proven wrong, though, as there’s nothing I’d like more than gaining a little more faith in the average member of the public.

        • Suttree

          No one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public.

        • Meegan King

          After what has happened in Iowa and Florida, we still believe our votes count? Really? The people are not nearly as apathetic as the corporations would have us think. Something is really wrong at the root of all of this all. It precedes even Citizens United. If you don’t believe that big money has become Machiavellian, then your eyes are closed and you are living in denial. Paranoia under certain circumstances is quite rational. It’s all about the money, and greed has no conscience.

      • Anthony Blanche

        I think it depends on where you live. In my deep red district and state, my vote is like a mouse squeak in a hurricane.

        • TundraGrifter

          Anthony Blanche: Half the people eligible to vote don’t register. Half the people registered don’t vote. The right wing nutz, fueled by equal parts of ignorance and anger, can be counted on to get out there and vote. It’s one thing they are good at. Progressives need to learn to be just as good at it!

          • Anthony Blanche

            Doesn’t apply to my district. You can damn near count the Democrats on one hand.

  • VirginiaLady

    So if he has a snowball, therefore hell IS frozen over.

  • SuspectedDemocrat

    Come and try that in California.

  • chiefkurtz

    Before my dad died, and he was undergoing chemo, some days he felt great, and asked me to take him to a movie, or for coffee. I never once felt to urge to congratulate him on beating cancer because of how he felt on one day. There’s a reason the news announces, ‘News, Weather and Sports’, and not ‘News, Climate and Sports.’

  • Professor Fate

    We are utterly doomed. if any form of civilization survives in the future they will regard this incident with the same shocked astonishment that history gives Caligula naming his horse as co-counsel.
    either the man is certifiable or figures he’ll be safely dead by the time the worst effects come along.

  • TundraGrifter

    I think Sen. Inhofe’s real complaint is that somebody sold him a SnoKone with no brightly colored sugar syrup on it.

    • DominicBruysPorter

      or cone to hold it in

  • Rickyphoo

    Stupid or Pandering. You decide.

    • Candy Apple

      ¿por qué no los dos?

  • Todd Barnard

    Using this logic, the drought must be over in California…rain predicted for LA over the weekend.

  • michiganhunter

    Any word on whether VP Biden caught the snowball?

  • Meegan King

    Yeah, I think the snowball fell through that hole in the ozone, Senator…

  • Virginia Dreaming

    Inhofe has a snowball’s chance in hell of proving that global warming is false because it snowed in Washington, D.C.

  • Guest

    The senator’s is BS flavored.

  • Zomin8tor

    According to a recent LA Times article, Al Gore bought a $9 million house in Montecito, CA. That’s on the COAST of California. If he’s so convinced of global warming and the coasts being swamped by the rising seas, why did he buy a house that will soon be under water due to global warming?? Can you say, “hypocrisy?” Sure you can. You are paying for that house through your carbon taxes. The global warming con men’s brazen approach would make Bernie Madoff blush.

    • Dylan

      Because that’ll happen in our lifetimes. Al Gore is really just retelling the Biblical myth of Noah, where a massive deluge fell over 40 days and flooded the entire earth.

      Or maybe he’s talking about the effect of climate change on our planet for the next few thousand years and his lovely little coastal home will be safe for the foreseeable future. From floods at least.

    • noneyo_getit_0011232

      Did you bother to check the elevation of the property? Or whether they took any number of precautions that can make a coastal property a solid investment?

      There far more serious issues at play than having the coast creep in 5 feet. It is called “climate change” because it can turn a temperate climate into something else, or turn central plains into no longer usuable farm land. Bottom line: There is no scientific body of national or international standing… NONE… that disputes the conclusion we are living in a warming world and humans are the primary cause.

      THIS SHOULD NOT BE A POLITICAL ISSUE!!! As a scientist I am disgusted by the way both sides (including non-scientist “activists” with liberal arts degrees) have turned it into one. Don’t mind us who actually study this stuff… have whatever BS argument you want to but when you are actually serious about planning for the future let us know… cause right now things are looking pretty bad.

      BTW Conservatives… we (scientists) don’t have the luxury of ever saying “told you so” because if we end up saying it that means we failed to give enough warning.

      • Zomin8tor

        Follow the money, dude. And by the way, if you are a scientist, I think you are correct to pretend to believe in this hoax. Let’s face it, you guys are getting TONS of grant money for boondoggles to the Arctic and all kinds of exotic places. Did you hear about the global warming scientist who got stuck in the Antarctic in his bunker-oil fueled polluter-ship and how he had to be pulled off the ship with polluting helicopters and put onto another bunker-oil fueled pollutership? Kudos to you for your chutzpah! Shame on you for ripping off the hard-working middle class taxpayers. BTW, so Algore said, nine years ago, that in ten years the earth will be scorched. Mr. Scientist, how do you explain that, in fact the entire earth is NOT a scorched wasteland as Algore predicted? It might be a hundredth of a degree hotter, but its not scorched. Also, the New York Times predicted that there would be no more snow due to global warming. In fact, we had lots of snow as you might have read about. We skeptics are skeptical for good reason. There is a lot of misinformation (ie, lies) put out for public consumption. And there are a lot of people making fortunes off of we working people. Also, why did Obama give China a ten year hiatus on fixing their pollution problem while at the same time crippling the US economy with punitive carbon taxes? Have you been to Beijing? It makes 70s-era polluted LA look like a clean room.

        • HardinsGhost

          “BTW, so Algore said, nine years ago, that in ten years the earth will be scorched. Mr. Scientist, how do you explain that, in fact the entire earth is NOT a scorched wasteland as Algore predicted?”
          1. His name is Al Gore or were you rage typing and just couldn’t bother with the space?
          2. He never said that – not in that way at least. What he was trying to say was that the consequences of emitting greenhouse gases would be felt far into the future so if we didn’t reign in emissions in the next ten years then we would be in danger of passing dangerous tipping points from which we could not recover.
          3. Um, have you looked at California’s water situation and the entire southwest lately? It’s pretty darn screwed up by a very long term drought that looks like it isn’t going away any time soon.

    • cinesimonj

      Al Gore bought a house on the coast – therefore science is an anti-freedom conspiracy of hundreds of thousands of scientists the world over.

  • noneyo_getit_0011232

    I am desperately hoping the Senator is playing to an uneducated base… because the idea that someone this scientifically/mathematically uneducated is a Senator is truly horrifying.

    The whole point of statistics is that human beings are very, very bad at distinguishing coincidences from statistically significant observations… it is called the placebo effect in medicine. That is the whole point of using mathematically sound methods to decide how improbable something is… that is why scientists are looking at numbers and not their “blunt observations”. The numbers and statistics are not matters of opinion… they simply are.

    I will never forgive environmentalists (most of whom are non-scientists) for hopelessly politicizing the issue of climate change. It should never have become political and now you have conservatives in a place where they can’t back down. The senator will always find a snowball in the US even if he has to go to Alaska… or his freezer.

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