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Mass. to Hire Global Warming Propagandist for $100K/Year Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Wed, Jan 15, 2014, 01:52 AM

Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts plans to hire a leading Climate Change alarmist to spread Global Warming fears into the hearts of all residents in the Commonwealth. The appointtee will earn a generous six-figure salary subsidized by the State's taxpayers as well.

The Boston Herald reports that, "Gov. Deval Patrick’s move to hire a $100,000-a-year state climatologist as part of his climate-change agenda is getting icy reviews from fiscal watchdogs who blasted the new position as bureaucratic padding and a “complete waste of money.”

The Climate Change propagandist will be expected to select locations for Global Warming research centers.

According to the Boston Herald, "The proposal — tucked in Patrick’s rollout of $50 million in new climate initiatives, including grants to help cities and towns better protect themselves from the theoretical threat — would install a new hire at the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus and its Northeast Climate Science Center, with the university and the state office of Energy and Environmental Affairs splitting the roughly $100,000 salary, Energy Secretary Rick Sullivan said yesterday."

Former Vice President Al Gore is not a prospective candidate for the position.

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written by K. D. , January 16, 2014

This is the most ridiculas thing I have ever read! I hope this guy has to shovel snow all winter & into the spring!

written by grunter , January 27, 2014

Science much?

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