Read here. There have been any number of articles, blog postings and statements by leftist/liberal/progressive/socialist elites about how the record snowfalls in the eastern U.S. are the result of global warming induced climate change to make one wonder if the whole left-of-center movement has gone freaking insane. As the vast majority of the public knows, the world and the U.S. have been experiencing a form of global cooling since 2001, not global warming. Yet the "elites" can't seem to understand the reality of what's happening - they've been entirely consumed by the myth of their own creation.
This refusal to accept that global warming is no more has become extremely embarrassing for the left, which really isn't all that bad since they're making complete asses of themselves. Fortunately, the voters are watching.
Below, for the leftist "deniers", we offer actual evidence of global cooling that has occurred, as reported by the major climate research centers, the NCDC and UAH. The cooling is widespread, and depending on the region, rather significant. This past cooling of the globe has facilitated the arrival of cooler weather and solid precipitation, commonly referred to as snow, in large amounts. (click image to enlarge)
"But the climate campaign's most ludicrous contortion is its response to the recent record snowfalls across the eastern United States. Ordinary citizens, repeatedly shoveling snow from their sidewalk, see global warming as a farce....In answer, the climate campaigners note that "weather is not climate" and that localized weather events are consistent with climate "change." They may be right -- yet these are the same folks who jumped up and down claiming that Hurricane Katrina was positive proof that catastrophic global warming had arrived, even though the strong 2005 hurricane season was followed by four quiet years for tropical storms that made a hash of that narrative."
"The ruckus exposes the greatest problem of Al Gore & Co.: They've pointed to any weather anomaly -- cold winters, warm winters, in-between winters -- as proof of climate change. That is, they can't name one weather pattern or event that would be inconsistent with their theory....The citizenry seems to prefer common sense -- opinion surveys show declining public belief in global warming."