Al Gore's Annual Planet Catastrophe

Fifty years ago the holidays were marked by the sound of Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole and Johnny Mathis.

Since 2000, Al Gore has replaced the crooners with his little global warming puppet show.  "We have a planetary emergency," said Gore yesterday. "I know it drives some people nuts when I say that, but dammit, that’s what we face."

Gore's yearly "planetary emergency" take nets him big bucks. Gore is paid north of $175,000 a speech for delivering his "planetary emergency" presages.

Al has made the exact same claim in 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008. Since 2001, Gore's assets ballooned from just under $2 million to an estimated $100 million plus.

Fourteen of Gore's green techs raked in over "$2.5 billion in loans, grants and tax breaks, part of Obama’s push to seed a U.S. renewable-energy industry with public money."

Gore says his motivation is not greed or avarice and is offended by the suggestion. Laughing. 

Oh yea. Gore did divorce Tipper and bought a beach mansion in Malibu.  Makes sense, after all, when you are riding the green money train it's a helluva lot more fun to be on the beach with the silicon-breasted set than back in Tennessee with your post-menopausal, saggy-boobed ex wife shoveling snow off the driveway.

NASA Blows Hole In Global Warming Cult 
Real Science: Global Warming Stopped 16 Years Ago