And Federal Way is feeling its sting right now.
The kooks who promote foolish ideas are one target for ridicule, and this Frosty Hardison character is a prime example. He’s got a reply to the Seattle PI article that exposed him; it’s a MS Word file that doesn’t help his case. It starts off with a collection of bogus complaints about climate science, and just gets weirder and weirder. Here are a few choice bits.
It’s people like Al Gore, in both the Democratic and Republican parties and any other person on earth (no matter their political affiliation) that continue supporting the liberal biased politicians and judges legislating from the bench – that endorse gay marriage, kick Jesus Christ out of public schools and say Happy Holidays rather than Merry Christmas – that are speeding the curse and effect along. (did you see the play on words there? Cause and effect — curse and effect?)
I love the War on Christmas. It’s this easy signifier that you’re dealing with a ranting, raving, freaked-out kook. When said kook is so inordinately proud of his little “play on words” that he has to point it out to you…priceless.
It was also the point in his manifesto where the little voices in his head started telling him what to write, and it got really interesting.
The thing people should really be on the watch for instead of global warming, is a red celestial body (comet or asteroid) that will appear as a cross in the sky. That event will happen long before global warming makes a serious and noticeable impact into the lives of people on earth. People en mass do not want to hear of such things though, as they do not wish to be held accountable for the things they do here.
Hang on, though, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet. He offers us two solutions to global warming:
Baptize everyone on the planet within two years. Onward, Christian soldiers!
Build giant nuclear-powered refrigerators at the north and south pole. Nuclear power plants, of course, do not produce any heat.
Just as I have heard in the arguments for global warming “Ignoring the problem won’t make it go away” My position is that many people do not believe in the prophecies of the Holy Bible either, but once again Ignoring His Truth won’t make it go away . Just because your science can’t touch, feel, measure or produce evidence in God or you do not believe in God and the miracle that is His Son Jesus Christ, doesn’t make them or the History documented in the Bible any less real. The Bible has said for 3500 years that the end days would see global warming because the earth is under a curse because of mankind turning away from the one true God. Like it or not, It’s going to happen and like it or not the people CAN NOT change it. I say that they cannot change it for two reasons, first If it gets changed, it will be by God’s will and that will only happen if the whole planet got baptized in the Holy Spirit and accepted Jesus Christ as their savior within the next 2 years. Second being a man of God I always try to present solutions and not just complain about things. So I present this potential solution: One way this WORLD could make a dent in what has already transpired, would be to build several huge nuclear power plants in the polar regions and install several freezer coils at the edges of the polar glaciers to begin expanding the size of the ice and begin making more ice. What are the odds of that happening? There is your “INCONVENIENT TRUTH”.
I think we can agree that the man is a nut and needs help. He also needs to be discredited and ridiculed, because the real problem is illustrated in the cartoon up above: we have officials on school boards and other arms of government who take these loons seriously. Hardison is a fringe element who can babble all he wants on the internet and in his home; the real problem is school board members like David Larson, who thinks the existence of an opinionated kook in his district is a justification for compromising the education of the kids of every family in that school district.
And ultimately, I predict, the root of that crime lies in religion. Nothing is as potent in justifying a kook’s ravings as the cloak of the dominant religious belief—I guarantee you that if this clown hadn’t mentioned Jesus Christ in his argument, he would have been shooed out the door long before this became national news.
Work your way up the chain: ridicule Hardison, then Larson, and don’t spare the ridicule of Christianity, either.