Human Achievement Hour
This weekend, the homes of luddite idiots will be easily identifiable by their darkness, as liberal Kool-Aide–guzzlers switch everything off in honor of Earth Hour. If they can get enough people to turn off their lights, moonbats might temporarily achieve their dream of making America look just like North Korea:
Nothing sums up liberalism better than sitting in the dark, wallowing in deluded self-righteousness.
A more constructive use for your time would be to celebrate Human Achievement Hour:
This week CEI [the Competitive Enterprise Institute] announced the creation of Human Achievement Hour (HAH) to be celebrated at 8:30pm on March 28th 2009 (the same time and date of Earth Hour).
Our press release described ways people might celebrate the achievements of humanity such as eating diner, seeing a film, driving around, keeping the heat on in your home — all things that Earth Hour celebrators, presumably, should be refraining from. In the cheekiest manner, we claimed that anyone not foregoing the use of electricity in that hour is, by default, celebrating the achievements of human beings.
Moonbats see “Earth Hour” as a “global election” — basically, a referendum on whether civilization is good or bad. Like all things environmentalist, it is moronic to the point of self-parody, but you might as well cast your ballot by turning all the lights on. There’s more than enough darkness in the world.