Climategate: Where’s algore?

Have you noticed that with all the recent news about Climategate (at least in the British press) algore (AKA ManBearPig) has been conspicuously absent? I mean, here’s a guy who was all over the media until the Climate gate story exploded and the Copenhagen summit flopped. This story may explain his absence.

Mr. Gore and his financial backers earned millions of dollars in start-up “green” companies and carbon trading schemes. If the scam worked, he could’ve become the first “carbon billionaire.” “What goes up can fall down” applies to ill-gotten gains in the stock market or “carbon trading” schemes. In such schemes, it’s foreseeable that trusting investors will (a) not only get hurt when the scam collapses, but they’ll also (b) pursue legal remedies and sue him for fraud.

Mr. Gore’s financial gains were based on the contradictory and error-plagued assertion that man’s release of the trace gas CO2 will fry the planet. Once it becomes clear to everyone that the AGW theory is based on cleverly manipulated data twisted by rigged computer models controlled by several dozen IPCC politicians/scientists, we can expect that investors who lose millions by investing in these companies will eventually haul Mr. Gore and the insider IPCC scientists into court.

Here’s a guy (algore) who testified before congress just last year on the perils of global warming and the absolute necessity of passing Cap & Tax. When asked if he stands to benefit greatly from government policy, he smugly replied, “I put my money where my mouth is.”

Yep, and it looks like that may have been your downfall, algore.

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