Director James Cameron says of global warming skeptics, "I think they are swine."
According to a report in the Aspen Times, Mr. Cameron also complained about "the strong effect the right-wing punditry — Cameron named the regulars: Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh, who are known for their sharp attacks on environmentalists — has on Americans."
More: "Cameron and a host of other climate-change activists said there needs to be a broad educational campaign, one aimed at convincing voters and politicians that not being able to prove that fossil fuel-produced carbon is changing the temperature of Earth is not a license for inaction."
Well, if the goal is "convincing voters," calling them pigs may not be the most effective way to start.
And there's been a pretty broad and intense "educational campaign" already, including Vice President Gore, the New York Times, the Obama administration, and a lot of the educational, press, and corporate establishment.
The Aspen Times doesn't contact any global warming skeptics to get their response to being characterized as pigs.
Thanks to the reader-watchdog-community member-participant-content co-creator who sent the link.