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No, Republicans… God Won’t “Take Care Of” Global Warming

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Congressional Republicans endangering the survival of the human varieties are telling fairytale about beautiful carbon bailouts to assist themselves sleep much better during the night. Cenk Uygur and also Ana Kasparian, hosts of The Young Turks, go over. Tell us exactly what you assume in the comment area below.

" A Republican congressman told his components on Friday that he isn't bothered with manufactured climate modification since God will certainly "care for it."

In the video, Rep. Tim Walberg can be seen telling a city center celebration at Coldwater, Michigan, that while environment change is real, he is persuaded that people can't influence the globe enough for it to present a legit danger. Beyond that, he claimed his idea in a Christian god conveniences him with the conviction that the divine being will prevent real catastrophe from taking place.

" I believe there's environment modification. I believe there's been environment adjustment given that the start of time," Walberg is seen stating. "Do I think guy has some influence? Yeah, of course. Can man transform the whole cosmos? No." *.

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  1. Posted by MoostyPlaysStuff, at Reply

    “Babe did you wear a condom”

    “Nah I love jesus and he loves me, we’re gucci”

    • Posted by Paul Delaney, at Reply

      MoostyPlaysStuff – hahahaha oh man, famous last words

    • Posted by realist out, at Reply

      Cheezus they’re idiots it’s not even worth replying to them. But they just loveeee paying hundreds of thousands for melania to live in NY, trump to go to mar a lago & play golf daily, and pay for trumps kids to go to foreign countries for personal business matters

  2. Posted by jarjon76, at Reply

    Politicians LOVE to hide behind the Bible to further their greed.

  3. Posted by RandomRobin, at Reply

    Don’t worry, the Magical Sky Zombie will take care of all our problems.

    • Posted by Punch Fukker, at Reply

      OMG That’s offensive, he’s a lich! Educate yourself, shitbeard!

    • Posted by CommanderM117, at Reply

      Professor Farnsworth ; sweet zombie Jesus

  4. Posted by DrChin Strap, at Reply

    When has prayer EVER done anything?

    • Posted by Bram Van Herreweghe, at Reply

      If, in any way, your parents are a very sensitive subject, I am sorry for using them as a fictive example in my statement.

  5. Posted by Malachi Owens, at Reply

    Family Guy did an episode about religious parents not wanting their child to the hospital cause they can just pray the cancer away. One of my favorite episodes from that series. Religion is dangerous when it’s in politics. So keep it out.

    • Posted by Nik, at Reply

      that happens all over the world. the real world. very sad.

  6. Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

    Even Trump supporters can’t defend this kind of religious BS!

    • Posted by humboldthammer, at Reply

      Liberal Nightmare #17: In year 5 of Trump’s Presidency, the entire Cabinet is merged into one Department of Government (DoG). This completely fools the dyslexic Evangelicals and Fundamentalists.

    • Posted by Callum Gibson, at Reply

      wanna bet!

  7. Posted by James Graham, at Reply

    Just think, in 2000 years, after climate change has fucked the planet, whatever humans are left will find a copy of Lord of the Rings and form a religion out of it.

    • Posted by tony bennett, at Reply

      +James Graham…Actually, James, you might be interested to know that Will self wrote a novel about this sort of idea a few years ago. It’s called The Book of Dave, and is worth reading.

    • Posted by yaimavol, at Reply

      Maybe you should look up the word: inalienable.   It means your rights are natural born — meaning endowed by a Creator.   If you don’t believe in a Creator, then you have no inalienable rights.   You only have what other humans decide you can have.    There hasn’t been a Western religious based war since the Pope tried to send the Spanish Armada against Liz the First.   That was 400 years ago.   You really have no idea how much religious organizations contribute to your community.    Christians are helping people all over the world in the name of their faith, and it is the political left that antagonizes, demonizes, physically assaults and attempts to silence them.   Sorry, everyone knows who the brownshirts are these days.

    • Posted by PotterheadGeeK7, at Reply

      Well, I certainly hope it’s LOTR and not 50 Shades of Grey. Imagine that religion. o.O

    • Posted by Ry An, at Reply

      James Graham Whatever humans are left……. lol

    • Posted by tony bennett, at Reply

      +Yaimavol…..Sorry to tell you that certain Christians were responsible for the spread of AIDS by lying about, and blocking condoms. Sorry to tell you that Christian “missionaries” went to Uganda to spread lies about gay people which led to the present state of witch hunts in that country.

           There have been no religious wars in the west since Liz because the enlightenment came along to provide the idea of common sense and proportion.

  8. Posted by Paul Thompkins, at Reply

    my faith is real and sincere but I really want the GOP to stop doubting scientific proof and relying only on their faith as the remedy for everything.

    • Posted by Tony Stark, at Reply

      +10Satoshi15 Turk was just talking about the only logical explanation on the subject of faith, its not alienating, just a conversation that needed to happen.

    • Posted by Ace L, at Reply

      Tony Stark why does it need to happen? If someone has faith and does not affect you at all, why do you care?

      Religion and its beliefs and ‘faith’ should NOT shape public policy. But religion CAN have positive impacts on people’s individual life. Just as much as non-belief/non-faith and its ‘liberation’ can.

      Concluding point – to each their own, and live and let live.

  9. Posted by doodelay, at Reply

    Republicans are now the most dangerous organization on earth.

    • Posted by Daniel Goforth, at Reply

      doodelay And Democrats aren’t the alternative because they’re Republicans in Democrat clothing.

    • Posted by Fahad Summan, at Reply

      The will end life in earth, I know it

    • Posted by doodelay, at Reply

      +minerva gloria musa well god doesn’t exist so there’s that

  10. Posted by K24 S2000, at Reply

    I wish all science deniers could have their technology taken from them.

  11. Posted by edward hickey, at Reply

    Cool, then let’s do away with hospitals and if you’re sick go to a priests & faith healers instead. I’ll sick with doctors!

    • Posted by John Bliss, at Reply

      Johnny Blazem Some people were Christian who founded the government we live in. Native Americans who were here first obviously weren’t Christians. The founding Fathers of the American government believed in a separation of church and state. Jefferson insisted this country, America, is not a Christian Nation. Many of the others wrote and said similar things. If you don’t like that, you can always leave the country.

    • Posted by edward hickey, at Reply

      Still horseshit no matter what fools believe lol

    • Posted by seelcudoom1, at Reply

      because apparently “relying on blind faith rather then addressing the problem is stupid” is the same as “christians and everything they make is bad and i dont want anything to do with them”

  12. Posted by It doesn't matter who we are, what matters is our plan., at Reply

    It’s the equivalent of “Dad will handle it.” Every time I hear it, I see a kid. “Dad will fix my bike.” “Mom will clean up my paper cut.” “Grandpa doesn’t like the gays.” Pretty amazing coming from these super independent “pull yourself up” people.

    • Posted by Epicenter, at Reply

      It doesn’t matter who we are, what matters is our plan. not really, at least those people confirm exist.

    • Posted by Flash, at Reply

      It doesn’t matter who we are, what matters is our plan. in a nutshell they’re essentially saying let’s avoid responsibility and let others take care of it

  13. Posted by Proud IrishAmerican, at Reply

    SCIENCE TOO DIFFICULT?
    TRY RELIGION!

    • Posted by William Rosser, at Reply

      Religion not working? Go back to Science!

    • Posted by Scott T., at Reply

      William Rosser Neither working? Try holistic religion for some reason, maybe.

  14. Posted by Golgotha_Mythos69, at Reply

    “Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful.”
    ~Lucius Annaeus Seneca

  15. Posted by jacksparrowismydaddy, at Reply

    right after he cures AIDS,  gets rid of cancer and stops the wars.

  16. Posted by frogstamper, at Reply

    Watching this from the UK I honestly believed that this sort of religious dogmatic bullshit was confined to the theocracies of the middle east. Its somewhat disconcerting to see an American politician telling his constituents not to worry about climate change as my imaginary friend will save us. People can believe whatever bullshit they like, but being of sound mind really is a prerequisite for a politician…..well, at least here in Europe.

    • Posted by Intricate Beliefs, at Reply

      *bullshit*
      referring to your ancestors ironically LOL

    • Posted by Science Major, at Reply

      Trust me. We’re extremely embarrassed in America by these Bible thumpers.

    • Posted by bane1980, at Reply

      frogstamper you wanna check out bill o reilly if you want a laugh. he once said to a scientist, think it may have been bill nye that he was wrong for not believing in his sky fairy for this very reason: the sun comes up the sun goes down the tide comes in and tide goes out and that is something you just can’t explain….

  17. Posted by danielgarrison91, at Reply

    Funny in history most of the religious people especially in Christianity were against medicine and science. If it was left up to religion we would still be in the dark ages. Alas but history must be taught and learned but some people still are ignorant to the past and rely on false promises.

    • Posted by Simon Giles, at Reply

      danielgarrison91 I have no religious axe to grind here, but this isn’t exactly true. Yes organised religion at times had fought against scientific discovery (the papal condemnation of Galileo for example), however Galileo was himself a Christian. Isaacs Newton was a devout Christian. Oxford and all the other mediaeval universities were originally essentially religious orders. It’s not a simple case of brave secular scientists against dumb religionists through history, I’m afraid.

    • Posted by wilsonroo16, at Reply

      Galileo was also jailed (under house arrest) for his scientific beliefs by Catholics….and at times Newton was described as a heretic by christians….so the case may be closer than you think. And if you review history one of the reasons religion even gave way to science is because as science was being introduced more and more to the world people began to turn away from religion. As a way to get those people back the church decided to have it’s own science department and were in control of higher learning.

    • Posted by humboldthammer, at Reply

      It is a dichotomy. The churches were the source for education and the spread of knowledge; they are also responsible for for stifling the spread of education and knowledge.

  18. Posted by Jullius Correia, at Reply

    All hail the flying spaghetti monster 🍝

    • Posted by Gevalia Amalia, at Reply

      RAMEN! 🍜

    • Posted by Chris Allen Stone 023, at Reply

      Jullius Correia In the name of the Pasta and the Sauce, and the Holy Meatballs- Ramen!

  19. Posted by Patrick Thomas, at Reply

    even the Pope believes in Climate change because hes not a Dumpass

    • Posted by Emma Cuacua Rodriguez, at Reply

      Patrick Thomas and he believes in taking action rather than just praying.

    • Posted by Patrick Thomas, at Reply

      exactly!