On yesterday's The Five, co-host Gret Gutfeld said this about climate change: "It's good for human beings. If a polar bear dies, I don't feel bad."
Co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle, pretended to be shocked without having to actually put herself on the line and disagree. "Now you've done it."
Gutfeld said, "When temperature goes up,human beings live longer. When you have cold spells across countries,people die."
Not really, Greg. Submerging of coastal regions, severe weather, food crises and spread of diseases is more like it.
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Kent Brockman commented 2012-04-13 11:50:19 -0400 · Flag
Wait until Gutty finds he can’t buy food at any price when the heartland burns up and blows away.
Joseph West commented 2012-04-12 23:54:45 -0400 · Flag
I guess Mr Gutfeld doesn’t keep up with news stories and hospital records of people (mostly elderly, like a significant portion of FoxNoise’s viewership—although, probably not as financially well-off) who DIE every year during extreme heat waves because they can’t pay for air conditioning. Or stories of homeless people (of course, these people don’t exist for the heartless b-tards at FoxNoise) who seek refuge in libraries during the summer or the stories of air-conditioned community shelters which open to the elderly seeking relief from the heat probably don’t make it to the FoxNoise teletypes.
Aria Prescott commented 2012-04-12 22:47:48 -0400 · Flag
Who the hell is Greg Gutfeld? I keep forgetting.