Wednesday, May 7, 2008

You'd Take Greenland From My Cold Dead Hands

Too bad the leaders of Denmark are a bunch of socialist, eco-tards:
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the Danish Prime Minister, travelled to Greenland – which has been part of Denmark since 1721 – to present a report that sets out the road to full sovereignty. The plan, which has been drawn up by a committee of politicians from Denmark and Greenland, envisages the phasing out of subsidies from Copenhagen as the huge island makes increasing use of its rich mineral and oil resources under a thick layer of ice.

Of course, what's really going to happen is the ice coverage will expand with the coming decade of global cooling and the newly independent Greenland will have to go crawling back to Denmark for it's sweet, sweet lutefisk subsidy.

Why wouldn't I let them be independent? Strategic snowmobiling interests, of course.

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