Didn’t Barack Obama promise to stop the rise of the oceans and heal the planet?
From CNS News:
Speaking at an event held in a private home in San Francisco on Friday evening, President Barack Obama warned: “Well within our children’s lifetimes, on our current pace, the oceans go up maybe two, maybe three, maybe four feet.”
In the speech, the president said: “There are two things in particular that these days I’m spending a lot of time thinking about. The first is the changing nature of the economy.” The other, he said, is “climate change.”
Here is an excerpt from the transcript of the president’s speech, which was posted on the White House website:
And the second thing I spend time thinking about is climate change–because if we don’t get this right, then no matter how good we do on the other stuff, we’re still going to have some big problems.
John Holdren, physicist and professor at Harvard, is the head of my Office of Science and Technology–OSTP. And John, every couple of days, sometimes once a week, will send out a missive from the world of science. And sometimes he’ll circulate among our staff the latest picture from the Hubble of some cluster in a galaxy, and it will evoke wonder and remind us of what Americans can do when they put their minds to it.
Ever heard of John Holdren, the man Obama looks to for advice on “climate change?” Perhaps you have, but you probably don’t know that he is a complete radical lunatic, not an objective scientist. As Ben Johnson wrote back in 2009 in FrontpageMagazine.com:
When Barack Obama nominated John P. Holdren as his Science Adviser last December 20, the president-elect stated “promoting science isn’t just about providing resources” but “ensuring that facts and evidence are never twisted or obscured by politics or ideology.” In nominating John Holdren, his words could scarcely have taken a more Orwellian ring.
Some critics have noted Holdren’s penchant for making apocalyptic predictions that never come to pass, and categorizing all criticism of his alarmist views as not only wrong but dangerous. What none has yet noted is that Holdren is a globalist who has endorsed “surrender of sovereignty” to “a comprehensive Planetary Regime” that would control all the world’s resources, direct global redistribution of wealth, oversee the “de-development” of the West, control a World Army and taxation regime, and enforce world population limits. He has castigated the United States as “the meanest of wealthy countries,” written a justification of compulsory abortion for American women, advocated drastically lowering the U.S. standard of living, and left the door open to trying global warming “deniers” for crimes against humanity. Such is Barack Obama’s idea of a clear-headed adviser on matters of scientific policy.
Wait, though. I am still confused. Remember this infamous statement from B. Hussein back in June, 2008?
So, is he saying he DIDN’t stop the rise of the oceans in the over 6 years he’s been in office? I’m confused. Is this like “if you like your plan, you can keep your plan,” another broken promise? No, that wasn’t a broken promise. It was a premeditated, deliberate lie. This one is more like a messianic delusion from a mentally-disturbed narcissist completely unhinged from reality. In other words, Barack Hussein Obama.