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The definition of “Climate deniers” has changed, thanks to ClimateGate

Just a few months ago, the term “Climate Deniers” meant someone who denied that Global Warming was an absolute, unquestionable fact.

If you asked why some areas are colder, or why the movie “The Day After Tomorrow” depicted massive cold fronts, or why Al Gore says that air conditioning is a killer threat while running around town in an air conditioned limo, then you were a knuckle-dragging climate denier.

If you didn’t fall on your face and instantly believe anything the left said about the climate, you were a climate denier.

If you questioned the “hockey-stick” graph, which has been abandoned for a long time by most climatologists, you were a climate denier.

If you wondered why the founder of The Weather Channel says the Global Warming movement is a hoax, you were a climate denier.

If you wondered why the planet has been cooling since 1998, you were a climate denier.

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