In my hard copy of today's Los Angeles Times, there was an ice storm related cartoon zinger that I couldn't pass up.
It's by the consistently astute David Horsey, and he nails it in one measly panel. He shares his version of what people are saying about the the "extreme weather phenomena," aka climate change, and pokes fun at the undeniable denial of deniers, aka a whole lot of Republicans.
To repeat, weather is not the same as climate:
: the state of the air and atmosphere at a particular time and place : the temperature and other outside conditions (such as rain, cloudiness, etc.) at a particular time and place
: bad or stormy weather
: a region of the earth having specified climatic conditions
a: the average course or condition of the weather at a place usually over a period of years as exhibited by temperature, wind velocity, and precipitation
And to repeat times two, when it comes to "global warmin'" and ice storms, money talks, and right now it's screaming.
Here's Horsey's take, and please follow that link for his accompanying article: