We have seen the future, and it sucks.

Will We Relocate Hundreds of Millions of People….

11th November 2012

Ann Althouse speculates.

 Maybe you think it won’t happen, but what if it does? Can you picture the relocation that will be needed? Or do you picture storms or waves suddenly devouring whole populations before any full-scale relocation effort takes place? What does the island in your mental picture look like? Does it look like Manhattan?

Only in my dreams, lady, only in my dreams. Actually, my dreams are more comprehensive: They tend to run toward a 30-foot rise in the sea levels around the globe. Goodby, Left Coast. Goodby, Other Left Coast. Goodby, dystopian urban areas on the Great Lakes, where black administrations are corrupt and Democrats are lovin’ it.

Ah, well. Sometimes I wish that Global Warming wasn’t a left-wing fantasy; it would solve SO many problems.

2 Responses to “Will We Relocate Hundreds of Millions of People….”

  1. Dennis Nagle Says:

    Just as an aside, the Great Lakes are not part of the ‘sea’, and sea level rises don’t affect them.
    Just sayin’…

  2. Tim of Angle Says:

    Yeah, well, the Global Warming sea rise ain’t gonna happen, either; I said it was a dream.