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Dennis Miller Thinks Al Gore Is Just "Guessing" On Global Warming

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I know — the last thing you want to see this morning is a snippet of The O’Reilly Factor. However, I always find it important to hear what the other side is saying — even if it’s the same tired rhetoric backed by nothing but personal opinion. Case in point, Dennis Miller — whose arguments against Al Gore’s testimony yesterday in D.C. are so thin that he believes global warming science is “guesswork”. Obviously, Miller’s knowledge on the subject is derived from such scientists as Bill O’Reilly and Rush Limbaugh. He also had the audacity to ask “What happens if Al Gore is wrong?” Right — because if it turns out that climate change is not caused by humans, I’d hate for the end result to be a more sustainable nation with less pollution and increased energy independence. Damn, that would suck. Check out the clip below:

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