Monday, September 24, 2007


So California Attorney General Jerry Brown believes global warming is "the biggest problem facing the state."

Maybe he should share that opinion with the mother of a 23-day-old infant who was recently shot to death by a gang member in Los Angeles.

Brown has paid lip service to working on the problem of street crime, and recently 31 gang members were indicted in a Mexican mafia sting.

However, considering gang violence and the other very real problems facing our state, Brown's flatly stated belief that the state's biggest problem is global warming -- something that many reputable scientists consider a non-existent boogeyman -- is more than a little disturbing.

Global warming doesn't kill people. Gang members do.


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