Jim Inhofe RSVPs to the Senate Floor with Naked Al Gore

Wednesday, March 17, 2010 , , 2 Comments

When you really want to discredit your enemy, your best bet is your enemy's own naked image. Right? Um... Inhofe is on his own with this one...


Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) addressed climate change on the Senate floor Monday, bringing along with him an unusual prop -- a naked Al Gore poster.

Climate change denial has become a become a routine subject for Inhofe, the man who was disappointed not to top Rolling Stone's list of the "planet's worst enemies."

Earlier this week, he took the opportunity to bring another element into the debate -- an enlargement of last week's Weekly Standard cover article featuring a nude, cartoon version of Al Gore in the Arctic.

"As soon as he saw it, he knew he wanted to give a speech," an Inhofe spokesman said, according to Roll Call.

In the Senate address, Inhofe railed against Al Gore's warnings of the dangers of global warming, including a lengthy op-ed in the New York Times last month.

"Gore seems to be drowning in a sea of his own global warming illusions. Nevertheless, he's desperately trying to keep global warming alarmism alive today," Inhofe said. "The notion that anthropogenic gases are causing global warming is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people," Inhofe continued, repeating a claim he made in 2003.

You tell 'em, homie! But seriously, can you please keep the naked Al Gore poster at home next time you're railing against the climate change hoax? Please?

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Anonymous said...

a long and proud history of scaring the shit out of the American public continues

the bait ball swims right, the bait ball swims left, the bait ball goes round and round chasing its own collective tail...


Inhofe is such a nut job & hypocrite in general. He got bailed out in the 1980s, out of an insurance company he owned and ran into ground, Quaker Life Insurance Company. He sure didn't mine dumping that on Oklahoma taxpayers.

Then, broke, he sued his brother, Bud Inhofe, who had outwitted him on break up of family insurance company, Mid Continent Insurance Company. Jim Inhofe won a lawsuit for a few million.

He's a consummate politician, playing to his ultra conservative constituency back in Oklahoma, while taking bailouts and oil company money.