Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Will it have more hurricanes?

The casual relationship George Bush has with environmental sensitivity is having disastrous effects 35 million miles away:
[F]or three Mars summers in a row, deposits of frozen carbon dioxide near Mars' south pole have shrunk from the previous year's size, suggesting a climate change in progress.
Because Al Gore says it's so, it's now accepted as common knowledge that the warming of the Red Planet will realized increased hurricanes. Granted, they won't be as strong as hurricanes have been in the past, but hurricanes, spilled coffee and headaches are all caused by global warming.

After the next hurricane hits Mars, Marvin will blame President Bush for not sending a few hundred nicely equipped inter-galactic personnel transports that are fuelled with organic power pellets derived from soy, when his own shuttles sit pruning in 5 feet of water within yards of the meeting point he broke from the evacuation plan to send the Martians to. President Bush will then be criticized for photo-opping by arriving to the battered Martian land too soon and he'll receive a stinging lecture from Marvin about the galactic consequence of not having signed the Kyoto Protocol.

Paul at Wizbang wonders too.

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