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November 7, 2014

Tom Steyer and the Death of 'Climate Change' As a Serious Political Issue


If you had to pick one person who embodied everything that is most irritating and wrong about the Obama administration
- the Solyndra-style crony capitalism, the war on free markets, small business and cheap energy, the hypocrisy, the injustice, the dogged pursuit of suicidal leftist causes - then liberal billionaire Tom Steyer is your man. And this is what is so good about the US mid-term results. Not only did they personally cost Steyer many millions of dollars in wasted campaign expenditure - nearly $75 million of the funding for his Nextgen Climate superPAC came out of his own pocket: think how many tartan ties you could buy with that! - but they represented the US electorate's comprehensive repudiation of the notion that "climate change" is the most pressing political issue of our age.
U.S. Mid-Terms,

Posted by gerardvanderleun at November 7, 2014 3:52 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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Help me out here. I'm trying to come up with a super-catchy summary name and individual names for the "Prog[tard] Archipelago". "La Costa Izquierda", "Cibola, "MileHigh", "NewJack", "ACaidja", etc. Something descriptive (culture and geography and cartographic), historical, and derisive.

Far flung islets afloat in the Heart of America.

Imagine doing a Sabo and pasting this map with the names on it all over ProgTown.

C'mon, let's brainstorm this.

Posted by: John A. Fleming [TypeKey Profile Page] at November 7, 2014 4:09 PM

"Utopia" is already taken.

No place...

Posted by: Andy Jones [TypeKey Profile Page] at November 8, 2014 7:04 PM

A fool and his money are soon parted.

Posted by: chasmatic [TypeKey Profile Page] at November 8, 2014 10:03 PM

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