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Danny Glover: the Left's Pat Robertson
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What is it about natural disasters that brings out so much stupid on both sides of the political aisle?

Haitians are suffering. We should debate how best to help them in the short and long term.

But how about a ceasefire on this kind of crap, via Tim Blair:

“Actor Danny Glover believes that the Haitian earthquake was caused by climate change and global warming…”When we see what we did at the climate summit in Copenhagen, this is the response, this is what happens, you know what I’m sayin’?”

We already know the answer, but I’ll ask, anyway: Will Valerie Jarrett be as “speechless” over Glover’s fulminations as she was over Pat Robertson’s?


Wesley J. Smith weighs in at First Things: “Gaia has attacked people who have no impact on global warming because of Copenhagen? Good grief. Robertson and Glover have a lot in common, despite their worshipping different deities.”


The Anchoress continues her thorough coverage of the Haiti earthquake aftermath. Read her latest heart-breaking round-up and relief links round-up here.

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• Category: Ideology • Tags: Hollyweird