White House Spokesdouchebag Dana Perino only wants to talk about the good news since the bad news is, you know, such a downer and everything:
Q: And one more. You mentioned that there are health benefits to climate change. Could you describe some of those?
MS. PERINO: Sure. In some cases, there are — look, this is an issue where I’m sure lots of people would love to ridicule me when I say this, but it is true that many people die from cold-related deaths every winter. And there are studies that say that climate change in certain areas of the world would help those individuals. There are also concerns that it would increase tropical diseases and that’s — again, I’m not an expert in that, I’m going to let Julie Gerberding testify in regards to that, but there are many studies about this that you can look into.
Well, at least you know where Canada's Lowest Common Denominatrix is getting her talking points:
It Was 21C In Saskatoon Today
Warmer winters, wetter summers, and now - deader rodents.
I'm failing to see the downside in this.
Canada's Small Dead Animals -- when you're idea of "long-term planning" involves deciding between delivery or take-out.