Roger has really lost the plot (again)

Roger puts up another post (guest post, gotta love plausible deniability) about James Hansen:

blah blah blah....dictator who ordered millions of people to be gassed and then burned in crematoria...blah blah blah

No, he isn`t (yet) calling Hansen a Hitler, but we all know how Godwin`s Law works.

Or almost all of us...

[UPDATE: Things Break has a stronger stomach than I do, and he takes a more thorough look at Roger's latest. As usual with Pielke's positions, the closer you look, the less it holds up.]

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