John Cusack dons his crazy pants for insane global warming rant

After linking to an interview between Bill Moyers and lefty author Naomi Klein on eeeeeeevil conservatives’ and capitalism’s roles in anthropogenic global warming, Cusack was shocked to discover that not everyone was buying what he was selling. Several Twitterers, rightly skeptical of the extent of humans’ role in climate change, confronted the actor.

That evidently pushed a button in his brain, and the insanity-inclined Cusack launched into a death spiral of stompy-footed wailing:

Hear that, guys? Forbes has an agenda! Unlike, say, Bill Moyers or Naomi Klein. Or Al Gore.

You heard him!

It doesn’t take a genius to spell “genius” properly, either. But there you go.

We’re unclear on what about Cusack’s ramblings constitutes a public service, but laughing at him is making us feel pretty good.

Hmmm … we’re gonna need a translator for that one. Maybe one of his admirers can lend a hand:

Huh.

Meanwhile, skeptics continued to chip away at Cusack’s brand of climate change fear mongering:

  • $18912735

    Ya know, John Cusack was actually sane once, for about 5 minutes back in the 80s.

    • http://www.facebook.com/brian.mouland.908 Brian Mouland

      And still had a career left back in the 1980s

  • SwTk

    Just waiting for Keanu Reeves and Ashton Kutcher to chime in so we can have a moron hat trick.

    • TheOriginalDonald

      add Carlos Estevez for the Grand Slam #WINNING

      • SwTk

        Throw in a little Emilio – and we got us a party.

        • SwTk

          #moronparade

  • TwitWit

    So.. Cusack goes as far as blaming oil co. scientists for intentionally skewing findings, to keep the oil co making big money, BUT, does not give a blink of thought that the people pushing climate change & it’s alleged solution(s) are in no way profit driven? Give me a break!

    • GaryTheBrave

      If the conspirists (sic) want to prove that GW/GCC caused Hurricane Sandy then they can prove their point by emptying NYC and tearing down every single building. Then, if no more hurricanes ever hit, that would prove them correct.

      Of course those New Yorkers would have to live somewhere. Never mind.

      • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

        Yes, we should keep NYC in tact. Here in Nevada, we already have to deal with misplaced Californians, we don’t need New Yorkers too.

    • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

      Good point, TW. The carbon fleecers want to make the same kind of money as big oil, without actually working or producing anything.

  • GaryTheBrave

    There is evidence of LOCAL human influence in climate change. In the 1970’s the average daily humidity in Las Vegas was less than 10%. Today, due to construction of pools and golf courses bringing more water to the area, the average daily humidity there is over 30%.

    However, to extrapolate a LOCAL AND ANECDOTAL evidence into GLOBAL AND SCIENTIFIC proof is a stretch.

    • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

      Gary, there was also a large change in the number and location of weather recording stations. Many of the more rural and suburban ones were shut down and readings affected by the collected heat of asphalt and concrete of cities remained. That locally registered data showed a slight increase in temperatures where it was done.

      • GaryTheBrave

        True, Phil. Also technology was improved so what used to be recorded as negligible (trace of precip, for example) became measurable. Enough micro-measurements can add up to an inch in a year.

    • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

      I blame the LA smog for the general insanity of Hollywood.
      It’s just WRONG when your boogers turn black after 36 hours, visiting from happy-clean-air Midwest almost-farmland.

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      We’re getting more rain here in Vegas now, and that is NOT a bad thing, it’s good for the environment.

  • Jack Deth

    At least Robert Downey Jr. was brave enough to admit that he has a major drug problem that was damaging his credibility and trade. And took steps, involuntary and voluntary to repair that and make atonement.

    John Cusack?….. Not so much. Still Shat Bit crazy!

    • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

      Still Shat Bit crazy!

      Or as I like to refer to him, El Loco Guano!

      • GaryTheBrave

        El Loco Guano!

        I want to make that my screen name. :grin

      • BlueGood

        Dats some Crazy Schit there mine….LMAO!~

      • BlueGood

        Dats some Crazy Schit there mine….LMAO!~

    • Amos

      nuttier than squirrel poop

  • GEORGE_W_TUSH

    Science is not conservatists’ friend. From evolution to the age of our planet to climate change, conservatists disagree with the science. One thing they do agree on is an invisible beareded white man in the sky, so myths and superstitions are more their cup of tea.

    • soJa

      In other words, you have absolutely no idea what you are talking about. Glad we got that out in the open.

      • GEORGE_W_TUSH

        Thats it? Thats your brilliant reply? Please, move along son….

        • soJa

          Oh I’m sorry, I didn’t realize your asinine ramblings demanded brilliance. It’s clear, without any need for explanation, that your statement is ignorant. Carry on then; stay small.

    • ZoriahShepard

      There you go again – another Liberal lumping all conservatives in with those scary scary Christians.

      Idiot.

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      If we’re going on stereotypes: You must be living in section 8 housing on welfare, are receiving food stamps. You might not have graduated high school, and you didn’t go to college because you didn’t have the grades plus you can’t afford it. Am I at least close? If I’m not then I guess stereotypes on either side can be broken. Logic.

  • BorderLine Guy

    Did Cusack drop out of school in 3rd grade? That degree of grammatical slaughter is lack of knowledge, NOT “typos.”

  • GEORGE_W_TUSH

    The Rapepublicans Deny reality, reject science of climate change,

    They are predicting Armageddon but don’t believe in climate change?

    “We will never have the elite, smart people on our side.” – Rick Santorum..Amen mr Santorum, amen!

    Even though he didn’t win the race, Rick Santorum can be
    justifiably proud of having terrified millions of people

    • Jack Deth

      Oh, look!

      It’s the whiny ass, lamely snarky liberal Prank Monkey!

      Dance, Prank Monkey!
      Dance!

      • GEORGE_W_TUSH

        Awwww poor baby still Butt hurt about the elections?
        It will be ok lil fella…

        100 million sperm cells and you were the fastest??”

        • GaryTheBrave

          Hey W, as I said before, lets tear down every single building in NYC, heck, the entire east coast, return it to its previous pristine state before any human saw it, and check back in a few hundred years to see if the weather’s improved.

          Just because a Category 1 hurricane hits the east coast is no proof of GCC. However, there is proof that local construction does change the local conditions. It is the argument that it is global that is improvable. To be global it would need to be consistent all over the world. There is nothing that has changed consistently over both the northern and Southern Hemisphere nor the eastern or Western Hemisphere.

          Polar ice caps shrink in the summer and grow in the winter. Drought occurs in various parts of the world constantly. Some Winters are warmer than others and some Summers are cooler than others.

          The fact is Global Warming or Global Climate Change are just theories. So is Relativity. It is not proven. When science can prove a theory only then does it become a law such as the law of gravity or the laws of inertia. They have been proven and cannot be disproved.

          Even most scientists believe in God. God is not a theory.

          • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

            Well said. It’s all about Weather Patterns, which is the gist of what you said up there. Climates change all the time throughout the Earth’s history, and cycle back and forth.

    • TheOriginalDonald

      WE do believe in climate change.

      We just spell it W E A T H E R!

  • http://www.facebook.com/brett.mcmicken Brett McMicken

    i agree with mr. cusasck, and propose immediate agressive restrictions on the lavish hollywood lifestyle….no yachts, no limos, no mansions, no private aircraft, no wasted energy on garbage movies, no parties, no ownership of more than one vehicle, home, etc.

  • http://www.facebook.com/brett.mcmicken Brett McMicken

    i agree with mr. cusasck, and propose immediate agressive restrictions on the lavish hollywood lifestyle….no yachts, no limos, no mansions, no private aircraft, no wasted energy on garbage movies, no parties, no ownership of more than one vehicle, home, etc.

  • scalzo

    Surprised Tush didn’t get aborted. Science is theory not always about facts.

  • scalzo

    Surprised Tush didn’t get aborted. Science is theory not always about facts.

  • edward cropper

    ck. my blog for Al & John doing their thing
    http://edwardcropper.blogspot.com/

  • digitalPimple

    I am from the Chicago area. I can tell you first hand the Cusaks are complete moonbats.

  • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

    I think he’s either drunk or suffering from a late stage of Liberophrenia..or both!

  • Gallatin

    johnny johnny johnny, global warming skeptics paid and bought for by oil companies? Whatever. Next time you go on an incoherent rant please explain al gore’s net worth going from $2 million to $100 million over the last 10 years.

  • Gallatin

    Oh and johnny boy you can be rest assured that I will be doing my part to reduce my carbon emissions—by not going to your movies and by not buying dvds with you in them.