Who wants to be part of the problem, not me.  Well not me when it comes to a rational discussion about an issue not an irrational one.

The South Bend Indiana mayor, by the way how can you be a Mayor of a city if you are never there?  Back to the issue at hand, the 2020 Democrat presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg said during an appearance on CNN's New Day discussing his Global Warming plan yesterday morning:

"I think the downside to us facing just how colossal of a challenge this is, is it can feel paralyzing...But we can rise to meet this and be proud of it. That's part of what my climate plan is about. It's not only about all of the things we've got to do technologically and with regulation and so on. It's about summoning the energies of this country to do something unbelievably hard.

“Mayor” Pete then said:

See, right now we're in a mode where we're thinking of it mostly through the perspective of guilt, from using a straw to eating a burger. Am I part of the problem? In a certain way, yes. But the most exciting thing is that we can all be part of the solution.

Are you part of the problem?

If so just stop using plastic straws and eating meat and save the world.

By the way if we stop eating meat the herds of cattle, pigs and all the other animals will just continue to grow and release more methane into our atmosphere, causing more global warming we are told.  If I eat meat should I not be considered the answer to the problem and not the problem itself?  Global warming enthusiast should be thanking all of us who actually eat meat.  In fact could we not then say that the people who do not eat meat are actually part of the problem.

Or do they want us to pay for their birth control or abortions to control the herds?

Wait I just thought that they might want to deprive these animals of ever having children, that sounds cruel to me, they would never do something like that would they?  More to come on that question.

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