HOMER: Gee, Lisa, looks like tomorrow, I’ll be shoveling 10 feet of global warming. LISA: Global warming can cause weather at both extremes, hot and cold. HOMER: I see. So you’re saying warming makes it colder. Well, aren’t you the queen of crazy land! Everything’s the opposite of everything!
‘A Microcosm of America’ When the show addresses climate change and other environmental problems, it generally does so through the character of Lisa Simpson.
As Turner reports in “Planet Simpson,” key members of “The Simpsons” creative team identify closely with Lisa’s political beliefs. Writer George Meyer, like Lisa, is a vegetarian and an environmentalist. Producer Al Jean put it this way: “The character we’re closest to is Lisa Simpson, a character who reads a lot and hopes for a better life.”
In her crusades, Lisa frequently meets resistance from the apathetic and disdainful residents of Springfield, the fictional city in which the Simpson family resides.
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Once again Robot Theater helps us to understand how liberals can buy into the silly idea of anthropogenic global warming.
It’s easy to see why the number of people who buy this bunk is falling–down to somewhere around 30% of Americans now. Of course, it’ll probably never get down to zero; some people simply lack the intelligence to employ analytical skills, especially when emotionalism is so much easier than dealing with facts.