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Monday, March 3, 2008

Are lawsuits the answer?

We learned earlier today that PM Stephen Harper has decided to sue Stephane Dion and the Liberal Party for libel to stop their ridiculous barrage of unfounded allegations which are nothing more that character assassination by an increasingly unpopular and desperate Liberal Party and its ineffective leader.

Now John Coleman, founder of the Weather Channel suggests suing Al Gore & Co. to hold them accountable for "climate fraud".

“[I] have a feeling this is the opening,” Coleman said. “If the lawyers will take the case – sue the people who sell carbon credits. That includes Al Gore. That lawsuit would get so much publicity, so much media attention. And as the experts went to the witness stand to testify, I feel like that could become the vehicle to finally put some light on the fraud of global warming.”
Are lawsuits the answer to politicians and climate alarmists who have run amok? They just might be. It should be interesting to watch these unfold.

1 comment:

John Nicklin said...

I think this is a brilliant idea, get the whole issue into an arena where facts must be presented, on both sides. Gore would lose big time.

I would suggest that we go one step further. Allow the media to spew what ever they want, on any subject, just as they do now. But, if they are found wrong, charge them, let's say $5,000,000 per incident. That might make them get the facts straight, before they present their propaganda.