Noted Guy With Giant Carbon Footprint Says We Should Preserve Our Public Parks From ‘Climate Change’

Here’s a guy who took a fossil fueled trip to vacation in an energy hog house and spent lots of time on golf courses, which are evil to anthropogenic climate change

(The Hill) President Obama used the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service to call for action on climate change, warning that rising temperatures and seas could destroy some of America’s treasures.

“As we look ahead, the threat of climate change means that protecting our public lands and waters is more important than ever,” Obama said in his weekly address.

“Rising temperatures could mean no more glaciers in Glacier National Park. No more Joshua Trees in Joshua Tree National Park. Rising seas could destroy vital ecosystems in the Everglades, even threaten Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty.”

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Meanwhile, people in Louisiana are suffering, and Obama won’t bother to cut his (taxpayer funded) vacation short to visit, nor does he mention it in his weekly address. Nope. He goes with Hotcoldwetdry to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the parks, which, remember, he shut down with Barrycades during the government shutdown a few years ago. Because they belong to all of us

“Because these parks belong to all of us. And they’re worth celebrating – not just this year, but every year.”

See? But, we couldn’t visit them when Obama had a snit fit over not getting his own way.

It’s all a scary story for him, right before he jumps back in a fossil fueled vehicle to head to yet another water intensive golf course.

But, let’s be honest, most of Obama’s weekly address was pretty good, since it is only the last two paragraphs where his Cult of Climastrology pedigree appears. He tells people to get out and see the parks….wait, wouldn’t that use fossil fuels?

Of course, he couldn’t help making this all about himself

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