Governor Malloy and his crowd are trying to respond to the state’s perennial power outages. That’s fine and it’s a good idea because that’s what we all expect of a government, to address real problems. And the Gov’s right, we do have a lot of trees in the state which, when they fall, cause difficulty. But this? Give me a break.
Joe McGee, co-chair of Gov. Dannel Malloy’s two-storm panel, said Connecticut has one of the most dense tree canopies in the country, and when coupled with the relatively high population density, rising sea levels and lengthy coastline, the state is in a particularly vulnerable position to be hurt by strong storms.
Where’s your evidence for that, Joe McGee, and “An Inconvenient Truth” doesn’t count.
Last week the warmists were touting earthquakes and volcanos as direct results of Al Gorism, today it’s floods. Cry me a river.