RUSH: Audio sound bite number eight, this is undated: Bill Clinton in Canada.
CLINTON: Global warming is occurring at a pace roughly twice as fast as had been previously thought, so I believe if we don’t change things by the end of the century, instead of going up four degrees, the earth’s temperature will go up nine degrees. And if that happens, we’re in trouble here. Eight percent of the whole Earth’s freshwater is on top of Greenland. As it begins to melt, if it melts faster, it could change the composition of the north Atlantic and interrupt the normal flow of currents, and ironically global warming could make some places colder.
RUSH: Global warming can make some places colder. Now, it’s up to these people to prove this, and, of course, they can’t.