April 1, 2012

A Rare Win?

My least favorite act of lefty nonsense passed with little fanfare this year.

In fact, the only reason I know that the "North Korea Hour of No Power" happened at all was that I saw several posts in opposition. Not even one of my beloved moonbat Facebook friends was talking it up this year.

On March 31, some people will be sitting in the dark to express their "vote" for action on global climate change. Instead, you can join CEI and the thousands of people around the world who will be celebrating Human Achievement Hour (HAH). Leave your lights on to express your appreciation for the inventions and innovations that make today the best time to be alive and the recognition that future solutions require individual freedom not government coercion.

Of course, there was one FB post about "not buying gas on April 15 this year." XOM trembles...

Oil and Energy Posted by John Kranz at April 1, 2012 12:04 PM

Jeeburz, anti-prosperity nonsense isn't quite as sustainable as the neo-statists had hoped, is it? They'll get another chance to try again, in about three weeks, on "Earth" Day.

(A special treat: Click through at the link for an old-timey Rick Santorum nugget.)

Posted by: johngalt at April 1, 2012 2:46 PM | What do you think? [1]