Skip to comments.Kerry: ´We Call It Earth, but It Could Well Have Been Called Ocean´
Posted on 03/20/2013 10:07:10 AM PDT by Nachum
Describing himself as "a child of the ocean," Secretary of State John Kerry warned that the "fragile ecosystem" is threatened by climate change. "We call this beautiful planet that we are privileged to inhabit for a short period of time -- we call it Earth, but it could well have been called Ocean because three-quarters of it is ocean," Kerry told a gathering at the National Geographic Society in Washington on Monday. Kerry mentioned the "enormous challenge ahead of us," given an "energy policy that results in acidification, the bleaching of coral,
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I remember the day well. Some of my buddies that worked in the OPF just couldn’t wait to share.
A wise man once said:
“Shut up Thurston!” “But Lovey, we musn’t let the low lifes dictate what we do. Now, where did I place my yacht?”
Don’t Bogart That Joint!
OMG!! A child of the OCEAN ???? Pond Scum at best! What a BUNCH of IDIOTS are in this Administration!! Can you imagine if a Republican said anything like this or anything that Biden says??? LAUGHING STOCKS....
Boy he sure was busy for the THREE MONTHS he was in Viet Nam (before they shipped him back as "unfit for command")
I didn’t realize just how similar Kerry and Gore are. That spaced-out malarcky is worthy of Al the High Druid himself.
Too much ketsup will do this to you.....
How about popsicle since it is cold on top?
Or the World could have been called Cambodia.
We call you “Mr. Secretary,” but we just as well might call you “Traitor of the U.S. In Time of War.”
John Kerry should be honored for being the Rosa Parks of stupid.
When people demanded that he be smart, he stuck to his guns and stood tall for his right to be a moron.
Three quarters of the Earth’s SURFACE AREA is water. In terms of volume and mass, the amount of water is negligible.
I’ve read that if the earth were the size of an apple, our entire atmosphere would be about the same thickness as the skin. The oceans, while covering a large area are considerably thinner than the atmosphere.
Maybe he should spend some time learning about science instead of nodding his head in agreement with al Gore as he blathers on about how it's “millions of degrees” beneath the surface of the Earth.
Really Al? Really Sr. Kerry? Hotter than the surface of the Sun you say. An SUV will heat up the Earth you say.
I wonder if Kerry has any actual photos of the man-bear-pig ?
Sounds confused some. Secretary of State thinking he’s head of Department of Energy or something.
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