Dedicated to the balanced discussion of global warming
Today, Barack Obama will take the oath of office to be the next President of the United States of America. I wish the man well in his endeavors. He will likely see many difficult challenges in the next 4 years and I don’t envy the man his job. Of course, we should all wish the man success and safety as he is undoubtedly on the list of a great number of hate groups and enemies of this country. If you are religious, I encourage you to say a prayer for the man today.
One of the biggest challenges that he will face will be to deal with global warming. He will have to decide for himself if it is getting warmer and if global warming is fact or fiction. I wish he would read this blog but, somehow, I doubt that he will.
I will do my best in the days ahead to watch the decisions of this government and this administration and point out areas that seem to be wrong. I will also try to bring up points of fact that support both arguments regarding global warming so that moderate and thoughtful people can come to their own informed decisions.
Now for a bit of housekeeping. I have historically published this blog using RSS on a partial feed. I am changing that practice as of today and will be publishing the entire article in my feed. I hope that this does not upset my current feed subscribers and I hope this proves to be more interesting for some of you that prefer this option.
On a final note, whatever your feelings regarding George W. Bush, please keep a tender thought and a prayer for him. He was probably not the greatest President ever but there is no doubt that he tried hard and he deserves our respect for giving 8 years to do a job that is incredibly difficult.Tags: Barack Hussein Obama, George Walker Bush, Presidency