election 2012

Dave Roberts notes the connection between the two right wing reality bubbles of climate change denial and Romney landslide predictions. But as we saw on Election Day, sometimes reality can come along and snap the spell of wishful thinking. It happened the week before Election Day too. That’s when a super-charged storm slammed into the east coast, leaving hundreds of thousands without homes or power. Sandy brought a heavy dose of reality and served as a kind of exclamation point on a year filled with droughts, wildfires, and floods — the hottest year ever recorded. According to climatologists…
Seen on RedState.
The reality of weather modification is no conspiracy theory.   Or at least, so say the conspiracy theorists.... Hurricane Sandy is being described as the “worst storm in 100 years” and will possibly mutate to super-storm status once it combines with a polar air mass over the eastern United States enabling it to cause widespread damage and chaos, but how convenient is the timing of this “natural” event in regards to the election? Is it possible that the storm is a contrived event designed to throw the election for Obama? Just askin'.... (h/t mandas)