Monday, July 14, 2008

My email to Governor Crist on "Climate Change"

Dear Governor:
"One of the most important things Gov. Charlie Crist has done in office is put Florida at the forefront of the global warming fight. His bold call for reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 80 percent below 1990 levels by 2050 will be a challenge to achieve."
Florida Governor Crist, Florida Times Union

Governor Crist, please pause and take a long look at your views on Climate Change. Thinking that we have anything to do with it is being shown to be a farce every day now. The climate computer models are flawed, the science is not sound, and more and more real scientists are coming down on the side of people. More scientists are leaving the ranks of the "consensus". Please see my blog, and see my views on this. The economics of "fixing" global warming will hurt the low and middle income folks in our state and our country and will devastate the poorer nations of the world. Look at the science, judge it objectively and you will find that this is the biggest hoax ever perpetrated on our nation and the world.

Like I've stated in the past on my blog, find one, just one scientifically reviewed study that proves that there was one moment in time that an increase in Co2 preceded an increase in global temperature and I will erase all my blog entries on the subject and donate $500 to your favorite charity.

Thank you for your time.

Thomas S. Kirk,II
Orlando, FL
The governors reply:
Thank you for contacting Governor Crist. The Governor appreciates your concerns about his environmental initiatives and asked that I respond on his behalf.

Governor Crist wants to know how Floridians feel about the many critical issues we face. The Governor appreciates the opportunity to review the information presented in your blog, and promises to keep your thoughts in mind as he forms policy for addressing these concerns.

Thank you again for contacting the Governor’s office. For more information about the Governor’s initiatives, please visit our website at


Willem J. de Greef

Office of Citizen Services

Boy, I feel better now....NOT!

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