FOXNews.com - Boxer Suggests Leaked E-Mails Represent 'Criminal' Hacker Conspiracy
I grew up being proud of my State, and jst being in School here made me prouder because when I went to school we lead the Nation in just about everything scholastic, and in economic terms of production and farming and it was a great place that was growing like mad.
Those days have been replaced with shame in part because of people who moved here for the east coast. Nancy Pelosi, queen of liars and haters is from Maryland, and Barbara the Beatch Boxer slithered in from N.Y.
Hopefully Boxer is in her last term and we can find a decent person to oppose her it sure as hell isn't Meg Whitman RINO supreme who just loves Van Jones.
Boxer is without a doubt one of the stupidest people I have ever seen in any public office and this last dumb ass move I hope is another nail in her political coffin. Why isn't she and the rest of the Dims (no spell error) exploiting these new revelations and saying: Hwy we didn't know we've been duped too.
Instead she's trying to change the subject away from the the people who should be up on charges.
Hell even the nitwit Al Gore changed his plans to attend the Global Warming HOAX convention in Copenhagen because this latest information along with movie now having to carry a disclaimer to be shown to school kids in the U.K. because of lies it contains he didn't want to face the music.
Boxer, Pelosi, Feinstein are all now on my list of useless has beens. Oh sorry on my list all three along with Reid and Obama are all on the never was list.
Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., is calling the leaked e-mails from climate scientists at a British university research unit a "theft" and "crime" that should be investigated, despite calls from Republicans to investigate the contents of the e-mails themselves -- not the way they were leaked.
One man's whistleblower is another woman's criminal hacker.
Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., is calling the leaked e-mails from climate scientists at a British university research unit a "theft" and "crime" that should be investigated, despite calls from Republicans to investigate the contents of the e-mails themselves, not the way they were leaked.
"You call it Climate-gate. I call it E-mail-theft-gate," Boxer said at a hearing Wednesday on the Committee on Environment and Public Works, which she chairs. She suggested that a criminal conspiracy might even be at play in bringing the once private e-mails to public light.
Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla, ranking Republican on the panel and a vocal global warming skeptic, has instead called for an intensive review of climate change science in light of the e-mails, which appeared to show scientists discussing the manipulation of climate research. He sent a letter to Boxer Tuesday calling for hearings.