Rep. Jeff Miller (R-FL) said Monday that it is "foolish" to believe humans can cause climate change.Except we know the science is settled.
MSNBC host Richard Lui had asked Miller if he thought messaging against man-made climate change would be detrimental to Republicans' 2014 and 2016 election prospects. Lui cited a poll of Florida voters who said that on the issue of climate change they trusted scientists over Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), who does not believe human activity contributes to global warming, by a margin of 56 to 33 percent.
"Well, I think anybody would answer a poll and say that they believe the scientists, but you have to understand that it is not settled science," Miller said. "The issue of climate change has been happening for a long time, and for us to be able to think that we, as matter of fact, can change what's going on right now to any substantive measure is really kind of foolish in my opinion."
But that's not just where Miller's silly happens. That happens next. He said that it's always going from hot to cold and so on and when asked whether this warming is manmade, he answered:
Then why did the dinosaurs go extinct? Were there men that were causing -- were there cars running around at that point that were causing global warming?I guess he's not a young Earth creationist.
But with that pair of questions, Miller jettison's whatever science credibility he has. Mankind didn't produce that asteroid 66 million years ago either. So that of course means that mankind can't influence the climate.
The Party of Stupid, sorry.