As Twitchy reported, President Obama is blaming climate change for his daughter Malia’s childhood asthma. Because his smoking habit clearly couldn’t’ve had anything to do with it.

Anyway, Obama’s not taking this climate change stuff lying down:

President Obama launched an initiative Tuesday aimed at highlighting the connections between climate change and public health, bringing both medical and data experts to the White House this week.

Speaking to a group at Howard University, which included the school’s College of Medicine Dean Edward E. Cornwell, III and Tyra Bryant-Stephens, who directs the community asthma prevention program at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Obama that warmer temperatures contribute to health problems such as asthma both by increasing smog-forming pollutants and by fueling wildfires that emit fine particles, or soot, into the air.

“And so there are a whole host of public health impacts that are going to hit home,” Obama said. “So we’ve got to do better in protecting vulnerable Americans.  Ultimately, though, all of our families are going to be vulnerable.  You can’t cordon yourself off from air or from climate.”

Really? Because judging by what we’ve heard from this president for the past six-plus years, we could’ve sworn he was cordoning his brain off from oxygen!

Now, we could sit here and bust Obama for his climate change fear-mongering … but why would we, when there’s someone who can do it even better? Outspoken AGW skeptic Steven Goddard was more than up to the task, and we weren’t about to stand in his way:

Well, shoot.

Teehee! Bravo, sir!

And now, an exit question, if we may:



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