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            Friday, October 24, 2014

Staggeringly Stupid People    Winner of Mosely-Braun Award for Dumb
South Florida Wants to Be the 51st State Because of Climate Change Worries

The Everglades are in danger of drowning! [...]

Harris has a particular bone to pick with Republican Gov. Rick Scott, who he says won't pay attention to Floridians' concerns about the climate. "This is a reality, even though our present governor doesn't think so," Harris says. "Other than the governor of this state, it's an issue that everyone recognizes." Scott is currently in a tight, ugly race against former Republican Gov. Charlie Crist, who is now running as a Democrat.

Reached for comment, the governor's spokesman pointed to an comment Scott made at a gubernatorial debate Tuesday night. Although Scott refuses to acknowledge that climate change is man-made, he said that he spent $350 million to address sea-level rise in the Miami area, and mentioned other large spending packages aimed at protecting Florida's coral reefs and springs.

Scott's office did not comment on southern Florida's moves toward independence. [Full Nonsense, via Helly]

While it's not only possible that Florida can disappear under the sea, it's likely inevitable as witness 4 billion years of mother nature rearranging her furniture, so to speak.  And, anybody who thinks a vote for Charlie Crist can make a difference is either certifiable, or a godless Progressive asshat. In either case, staggeringly stupid.

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" ✔@RobSchneider

I haven't seen the Democrats this mad since we freed the slaves!

I grew up in Iowa. The fields are littered with boulders. They were left by glaciers. That's all you need to know about the new ice age/global warming/climate change or whatever their calling it this week.
They're calling it. I'm so ashamed of my misuse of 'their'.

I think that Scott is deep dark trouble in this election. After all, Crist is the "complete candidate" that everyone has been looking for. . . .

He's been a republican, a independent and now a demoCrap.

p}=tongue in cheek
Sea level is rising around Miami at about 2.3 mm per year, which has been a pretty constant rate for over 100 years. Most of the rise is due to the land sinking and not rising water levels.
In Florida the water table is only about 5 feet deep. Twice I have been pal bearer at a funeral and there was water in the grave around the steel vault. If you drill down 25 feet you will find mostly sea floor but will also find two periods of glacial coverage. Things change. I have spent the last 15 years addicted to flats fishing. I fish in areas where high tide, IF, it does come in, will be 1 foot over the flat. For generations the Indians have been poling their boats in the same 1 foot of water. If the water rose just a little, it would be most obvious as places like Homosassa, Chocoluskee, etc would be instantly gone. -Anymouse
If we agree to split Florida above Port St. Lucie, which below they all refer to as the 5th burrow of NYC, I think we have a deal. People in Tampa don't want to be part of S. Florida as they have manners and are still basically decent. We can of course just fence Orlando off.-Anymouse
I completely agree with Anymouse (Navy man?) and especially concur that Orlando should be gerrymandered into the new map. In fact everything south and east of the intersection of Highway 50 and US 27 would be a good boundary. That would leave the old Clermont in the original Florida but Disney would be in the new.
If we agree to split Florida above Port St. Lucie,...

Your proposal is well regarded in North Florida. I'm in Sarasota, considered to be the northernmost nipple of South Florida. We've all heard, "the farther north you go, the further South you get." But please consider this alternative.

I think we should split Florida by drawing an arc from JAX, through Kissimmee, down to Homestead. Dems get the flesh-eating disease, psycho police, and everything else to the east.
I think Helly has the answer. The Miami/Ft Lauderdale/Palm Beach metroplex is more than welcome to secede.

Chadd,St Petersburg
Esteve, close, red headed step child, Marine aviation (Phantoms Phorever).
Helly, brilliant, I nominate you governor of the new free south -Anymouse
I figured you had to have read Naval Aviation News at some point in the past.
Perhaps it's the lack of hurricanes tearing the crap of of the infrastructure that is causing the problems?
I live in Florida. The farther south one goes the greater the rate of liberal Yankees and government parasites.
Naval Aviation News? I was the lead 'Attaboy' in Grandpa Pettybone in the May/June 1987 issue.
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