Here’s a million-dollar idea: write an app that automatically dials your congressman any day the temperature in New York City is unseasonably warm — and then sell one copy to Bette Midler for $1 million. One question, though: when the temperature drops back into the 30s by Friday without any new laws passed, how will the push for legislation maintain any traction?

Look out, we’ve got us a climate change denier.

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  • Avey Owyns

    You have to at least credit the environmentalists with how well they can deceive the masses with words – or at least, with how quickly they adapt. Global Cooling failed. Global Warming failed. Now it’s ‘Climate Change.’

    …and who among us can deny that climate changes? Just genius!

    I take my hat off to you, you environmentalist scum!

  • SanDiegoMerchantServices

    So what temperature does she think it’s going to be with “legislation” passed?

    • Michelle

      She thinks it will be pretty cool.

      • klem

        But what if the legislation causes too much global cooling and the glaciers return, what then?
        What do we do, what do we do, what do we do?

      • klem

        But what if the legislation causes too much global cooling and the glaciers return, what then?
        What do we do, what do we do, what do we do?

  • o0Nighthawk0o

    Hmmm, a quick look at historical data shows that in January 1916, 1876 and 1907 it was 64 degrees or higher in Central Park and one day in 1950 the record high was set at 72. Do these people do any research at all before opening their mouths?

    • klem

      That might require them to be able to read.

    • klem

      That might require them to be able to read.

  • digitalPimple

    Keep waiting honey…

  • J.N. Ashby

    Y’know when the weather was really REALLY hot? The ’30s. Before all that global warming stuff became a big deal. Some times the weather sucks.

  • Zach Peterson

    Apollumi.com titles their Bette Midler links “the wind between my cheeks”… which sums her up…

  • Zach Peterson

    Apollumi.com titles their Bette Midler links “the wind between my cheeks”… which sums her up…

  • HARP2

    Wit until she finds out hot it get in He!!

  • HARP2

    Someone ask the old hag how the ice sheets melted 10,000 years ago.

    • marvgoux1

      Still waiting for Beaches II…

    • klem

      I kid you not, but a few years ago some scientists wrote a peer reviewed paper which suggested humans caused the climate to change 10,000 years ago. They said that humans caused mastadons to go extinct, the mastadons did not eat their favorite dark trees anymore so the dark trees proliferated. Dark trees absorb more heat than lighter colored trees thus dark trees caused the planet to warm. Ergo humans caused claimte change 10,000 years ago. I kid you not. Lol!!!
      The greenie alarmist herd gobbled up this story like starving dogs. Wow.

    • klem

      I kid you not, but a few years ago some scientists wrote a peer reviewed paper which suggested humans caused the climate to change 10,000 years ago. They said that humans caused mastadons to go extinct, the mastadons did not eat their favorite dark trees anymore so the dark trees proliferated. Dark trees absorb more heat than lighter colored trees thus dark trees caused the planet to warm. Ergo humans caused claimte change 10,000 years ago. I kid you not. Lol!!!
      The greenie alarmist herd gobbled up this story like starving dogs. Wow.

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  • notenoughtime

    Seriously, Bette, have we not all suffered enough in our wallets for this mindless climate change. She needs to get out more. Most of us are struggling to feed our families and educate them. She has the means to throw her money away but most of us do not and certainly not in an Obama economy. Give it a rest!

    • klem

      You know that brings up a point, if the wealthy beleive in this climate alarmist religion so much, why don’t they simply build some wind turbines themselves? I’m not interested in paying for them, they can build as many as they want. But they still won’t do it, they want to force the rest of us to pay for them. Its their religion, they should pay for them.

    • klem

      You know that brings up a point, if the wealthy beleive in this climate alarmist religion so much, why don’t they simply build some wind turbines themselves? I’m not interested in paying for them, they can build as many as they want. But they still won’t do it, they want to force the rest of us to pay for them. Its their religion, they should pay for them.