Over the last several years, I have searched the Internet and read newspaper and magazine articles on global warming.

As Keith O. Rattie, chairman, president and CEO of Questar Corporation stated in his speech to the Salt Lake Chamber Leadership in Utah, April 9. “Real science is not about forming a consensus. It’s about continually challenging and testing prevailing assumptions about how the real world works.”


Over the last several years, I have searched the Internet and read newspaper and magazine articles on global warming.
As Keith O. Rattie, chairman, president and CEO of Questar Corporation stated in his speech to the Salt Lake Chamber Leadership in Utah, April 9. “Real science is not about forming a consensus. It’s about continually challenging and testing prevailing assumptions about how the real world works.” The politicians have formed a “consensus” that humans are causing global warming mostly based on the fictional film produced by Al Gore (An Inconvenient Truth).
You can find his entire speech at; www.fcpp.org/pdf/UVU   and BYU speech.pdf. This is the most comprehensive and informative document I have ever read.
 It is 9 pages long and once you start reading, you cannot quit until you have read the last word.
At this moment, Obama, Harry Reid and Henry Waxman are pushing through a 900-page bill on Cap and Trade law that will inflict an incalculable (tax) burden on every citizen that draws a breath in this entire nation.
Not one person has read this bill, just like the $787 billion spending bill that Obama pushed through in February. When members of Congress complained about the length of this bill, Waxman hired a “speed reader” to read a portion of the bill to the members of Congress.
Nobody could understand a word this guy was saying. It was Waxman’s “in-your-face” way of saying; you don’t need to read it, just vote for it. We have an $11 trillion debt now. It is forecasted the debt will rise to $20 trillion in 10 years. Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and SSI are going broke. Obama is going to pass a $trillion dollar universal health care bill that will mimic Canada and Europe.
You can check out how successful those plans have been to find they are not what you would want. Anyway with Obama’s unchecked spending there will come a payday.
 If you are interested in finding out how this country will emerge a few years from now, go to;  http://www.runryder.com/helicopter/t506928p1/ .
This article is written by Jeffrey Kuhner 02/21/09 in the Washington Times. He gives a brief history of Argentina during that country’s time of prominence to where it stands today. There is a remarkable similarity with Argentina and what’s happening to the United States.

Howard W. Hall
Shawnee