Ann & Phelim
Not Evil Just Wrong
August 26, 2010
- A d v e r t i s e m e n t
Back in March James Cameron said, “I want to call those deniers out into the street at high noon and shoot it out with those boneheads.”
This put into motion the debate-that-was-not, starting with Cameron calling Ann McElhinney, Marc Marono, and Andrew Breitbart requesting a debate at the AREDAY summit.
But as soon as they accepted, Cameron started backtracking. His list of demands for the debate can only be described as diva behavior, changing by the hour and becoming more restrictive every time. Ban cameras, ban audio, ban the media, ban the public.
We met every unreasonable demand. Yet, when it finally came time to sit down and discuss Global Warming the outspoken environmentalist turned tail and ran, canceling while one of the debaters, Marc Marono, was in flight. “The whole house of cards is falling! Well done, Jimmy! I’m beginning to doubt the existence of the Titanic,” mocked Dennis Miller.
Canceling the debate didn’t stop Cameron from trash-talking skeptics at AREDAY. “James Cameron quickly went for the oft-traversed intellectual low road of ad hominem attacks, recently attacking skeptics of global warming as those of piggish DNA,” said Tim Daniel of The Daily Caller.