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MrMilkdud December 12th, 2015 8:10pm

Wealth redistribution is the key to solving the climate crisis.

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cowboy Doors of Perception
12/17/15 9:09 am

What climate crisis?

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MrMilkdud
12/17/15 9:15 am

When has the truth ever stopped them l?

cowboy Doors of Perception
12/17/15 9:32 am

Our government learned a lot from Nazi propaganda. Show school children "drowning" Polar bears and that image stays with them.

Think Lovin Life
12/14/15 12:00 am

There is no crisis to solve. No problems are solved by income redistribution.

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Yogi2028
12/12/15 9:02 pm

Well Climate Change isn't even an actual thing. It has been proven bs for a while now but the left has brainwashed people so that they can get power. Great Britain is one of the worlds biggest believers in climate change in the world. One o the top newspapers in that country had a scientist do research on it and it came out that climate change is the biggest hoax of all time. While the fact that the Earth is changing is absolutely true, the earth has been changing throughout history way before mankind even came around. Stop believing in the lies spewed out from the left. The ice caps has even grown in the past years. NASA has even said to be ready for a mini ice age in the 2030's. And no, a mini ice age isn't even close to world ending. It just means that is will be like 2 or 3 degrees cooler. There was even one of them in the 1600's. Stop believing the left. God Bless 👍

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MrMilkdud
12/12/15 9:08 pm

It seems as though you have assumed I'm a climate change cultist based off of my wording in this question.
I'm very much the opposite. Knowing that, go back and read this poll and the other polls I've written about climate panic tonight and hopefully you'll catch on to the tone of this poll.
Also, don't make the mistake of assuming a question is a statement. I often phrase my polls in such a way that incorporates my opposition's buzz words.

4boot LaTrineodeur, MN
12/12/15 5:43 pm

Yes, give even more money to the Al Gores of the world so they can buy even bigger houses, cars, and personal jets...

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Hooah Fmr. Zia
12/12/15 5:16 pm

Those are two different things.

MrMilkdud
12/12/15 5:22 pm

Yes, but is one the solution to the other?

TomLaney1 Jesus is Lord
12/12/15 5:09 pm

Utterly ridiculous!

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Liberty 4,032,064
12/12/15 4:21 pm

Haha yes. If everyone was poor, then the weather would always be the same.

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MrMilkdud
12/12/15 5:23 pm

If everyone was poor, no one could afford SUV's!

Liberty 4,032,064
12/12/15 5:54 pm

I often wonder if an electric SUV or truck would still enrage liberals.

MrMilkdud
12/12/15 6:09 pm

Everything eventually enrages liberals

mhillsman Oklahoma
12/12/15 4:19 pm

Wow, people who said yes to this are a special kind of stupid

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think4yourself Not a safe space
12/12/15 3:49 pm

Lol. "Saving the planet" has been the left's best excuse so far to take other people's money. They should spend all that energy on earning their own instead.

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thebarr
12/12/15 3:39 pm

Seriously, what nincompoop said that?

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MrMilkdud
12/12/15 5:23 pm

All of them. All of the nincompoops say this.

jvc1133 61535
12/12/15 3:27 pm

Weather loves money. 🤓

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political Georgia
12/12/15 3:02 pm

Definitely Global Warming's fault!

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dxstap Bloomington, Indiana
12/12/15 2:54 pm

Planning how to live in a climate w higher temps is the key to solving the climate crisis.
Issues to plan for: underground habitat, population decline, crop engineering, clean water, utility requirements, ...

rons screw politicians
12/12/15 2:43 pm

Yes, I want more money.

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Diogenes FreeMeBe
12/12/15 2:40 pm

Not when the collectors are bringing in 64 billion and choose to give 1 billion to poor countries.

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Cole12 ...
12/12/15 1:28 pm

No. Reducing human population is the best way to combat climate change. Most people aren't into that, so investing in clean energy and helping poor countries develop in a sustainable fashion (which is what I'm guessing you mean when you say "wealth redistribution") are what we've decided on instead - this isn't necessarily a bad path, but I'm unsure if this plan goes far enough to successful.

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RJ1969 SoCal
12/12/15 1:20 pm

No. Sweeping it under the carpet will though.

Works every time.

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MrMilkdud
12/12/15 1:27 pm

Well, that was my plan, but thanks to this new Paris agreement I have to buy the broom from a group of African countries who have inexplicably set the price at $5 trillion dollars. And I'm required to buy the rug from India, and they're charging $3 trillion dollars.
And, of course, all of this needs to be inspected by a group of Chinese and Malaysian scientists who are going to tell me I did it wrong unless I can convince congress to sign an exclusive deal obligating us to build coal plants for them.

RJ1969 SoCal
12/12/15 1:31 pm

Since when haven't you been buying your carpets and brooms from India and China?

Besides, we need to save our trillions so we can be everyone's security guard.