The Washington Times - April 29, 2011, 12:23PM

Yesterday Brad Johnson at the Center for American Progress Action Fund site posted a blog entry headlined “Storms Kill Over 250 Americans In States Represented By Climate Pollution Deniers.” (Screenshot below in case they wise up and take it down.) It is repulsive to exploit this tragedy to tout the increasingly discredited views of global warming alarmists. But the most unseemly aspect of the piece is the implication that this is a form of cosmic judgment on the people most affected by the disaster. Yet, it is fully consistent with the reasoning of many acolytes of the global warming theology to believe that Mother Nature renders judgment on humans for their political, social or religious views. Tornadoes have been common in that part of the United States for as long as history has recorded; maybe they think the Native Americans who lived there centuries ago got this deadly cycle started by refusing to recycle.