Last night, at his pathetic cesspool for dimwitted losers who dwell in Mommy’s basement, Charles Johnson (AKA Nancy, AKA Chuckles, AKA Queeg, AKA Fat ass pony-tailed douchebag), owner of a once great blog called Little Green Footballs (Until he banned all the people that actually made it great), proved yet again that he’s not only a first class, stark-raving mad, brain-dead liberal moonbat, but also a liar of the highest caliber.
He claimed that Michelle Malkin wrote an editorial in 1994 that said, well, I’ll let you read how he put it…
Michelle Malkin’s 1994 Big Tobacco Recruitment Drive
It’s 1994, and who do we find shilling for the tobacco industry’s last ditch efforts to cast doubt on the scientific evidence that tobacco smoke is killing people?
Nancy provided a link to a story that was just about damn near impossible to read. I guess he figured no one would actually read what Malkin wrote, since it would prove (yet again) that he’s a pathetic liar.
Well, guess what Chuckles? I read it.
I simply followed the link YOU provided, and I used a little-known feature from Microsoft that works on all windows PC’s.
If you hold down the “crtl” key, and tap the “+” key on the keypad, the text (or whatever else you’re looking at- pics, etc.) gets larger until it’s large enough to actually read. Then I could read what Malkin actually wrote.
Charles, you’re a damned liar. Those of us here have known it for years.
And your “link” is to a pathetic website about the non-existent global warming threat and scare-mongering you lib losers have been perpetuating on other ignorant liberals (redundant, I know) for years.
You’re nothing but birds of a feather who scare other stupid liberals together. Get a life, loser.
This “TASSC” you’re so afraid of that you wet your panties is run by Steve Milloy, who also runs the website junkscience.com, which dispels and debunks all the BS claims such as AGW, over-population, and the catastrophic demise of the ozone layer you lib losers make.
Here’s what Malkin actually wrote, and you will not see one word defending, “shilling” or even mentioning, the tobacco industry. All she writes about is radical environmentalism.
[original story Charles links - click on the image to enlarge and read the whole thing- some of the text quoted below]
Slogans no substitute for sound science
Bv Michelle Malkin Los Angeles
Shaping of the nation’s environmental conscience doesn’t happen overnight. Only after years of shaky science, reckless reporting and inane sloganeering have we arrived at the current state of fear and paranoia about the Earth’s chances for survival. So, unfortunately, It may take twice as many years of sound science, informed reporting and responsible education to undo the damage. The Advancement of Sound Science Coalition, a new grass-roots organization. may be just the place to start.
It was formed In November to monitor the government’s abuse of science and manipulation of public policy. This is especially welcome at a time when the Clinton administration is fixing to raise the Environmental Protection Agency – a prime source of such abuse – to cabinet-level status. Among TASSC’s goals: To Inform the general public about the consequences of inappropriate science by focusing attention of current examples of unsound government research used to guide policy decisions; to establish an educational outreach program; and to offer resources to ensure that sound sclentific principles are applied. Former New Mexico Gov. Garrey Carruthers, TASSC’s chairman, says: “This group Is long overdue. We believe that science used to guide public policy decisions should be based on sound principles – not on emotions and beliefs considered by some as politically correct”
He’s absolutely right.
The Alar myth, concocted by unnamed scientists and CBS’s “60 Minutes”, needlessly alarmed the country’s schoolchildren and devastated the apple Industry. And the coalition should emphasize the outrageous cost to taxpayers of environmental regulations ($115 billion alone In 1991) that are based on dubious claims of supposed health threats. Even the EPA acknowledges the dismal state of much of its own scientific research. In a March 1992 report, the agency conceded that it “has not always ensured that contrasting, reputable scientific views are well-explored and well documented from the beginning to the end of the regulatory process”.
So before purchasing some environmentally correct product from the Body Shop, why not pick up a copy of Dixy Lee Ray’s “Trashing the Planet”? Or how about signing up for a free membership to TASSC? Taking these long-overdue steps to allay fears with facts may be one of the best gifts money can buy this holiday season.
Charles, you’re such a loser…But don’t worry. You’ll always have your dimwitted psycho-phants to tell you how great you are, while everyone else laughs at you.