Delusional Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe And His Crazy Climate Change Views Impact GOP Presidential Race
One of the issues he takes pride in is his insane position on the environment and climate change.
Inhofe believes that catastrophic global warming is a hoax conceived by the United Nations and spread by the “Hollywood elite.” He has also stated that Global Warming is “the second-largest hoax ever played on the American people, after the separation of church and state. Inhofe had previously compared the United States Environmental Protection Agency to the Gestapo and he compared EPA Administrator Carol Browner to Tokyo Rose.
In response to Rolling Stone awarding him the 7th spot on its list of the “planet’s worst enemies,” Inhofe suggested, “I should have been number one.”
“I called Rick Perry a year ago and told him, ‘If you’re running for president, I’ll be the first to endorse you,'” Inhofe said at a State Chamber of Commerce breakfast at the Tulsa Press Club.
“I’m going to be that person on Monday.”
Inhofe said he “likes Mitt Romney, but he’s a little mushy on environmental issues” and “Newt Gingrich, I always have this vision of him sitting on the couch holding hands with Nancy Pelosi,” but that he has no reservations about Perry.
Inhofe said he also thinks Perry has the best chance of any Republican to defeat Democratic President Barack Obama.
But, then again, Inhofe previously thought the best candidate to beat Obama was South Dakota Senator John Thune, because, according to Inholfe, he’s taller, better looking than and the same age as Obama.
In response, Mitt Romney did his usual flip-flop stepping back from a view of climate change he outlined earlier this summer when he said, “It’s important for us to reduce our emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases that may be significant contributors. “I believe the world is getting warmer, and I believe that humans have contributed to that.”
This is what Flip-Flop Romney is now saying. “Do I think the world’s getting hotter? Yeah, I don’t know that but I think that it is,” Romney told a crowd in New Hampshire Wednesday, according to Reuters. “I don’t know if it’s mostly caused by humans.”
Romney then embraced some of Inhofe’s ideas on the environment such as to not spend a time doing anything about it.
“What I’m not willing to do is spend trillions of dollars on something I don’t know the answer to,” Romney said.
These extreme Republican views are not only out of this world, but they would lead to putting the world out of its existence, including all of us who live on it. Just another reason why everything must be done to prevent these lunatics from assuming positions that would allow them to implement this madness.