WorldNetDaily is reporting that Air America is also spreading the far-left propaganda (surprised?):
Do President Bush and so-called "global warming" have anything to do with the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricane Katrina?
Yes, according to some politicians and public figures, who are already politicizing the disaster.
Among them is Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a lawyer and environmentalist who is a host on the Air America Radio network.
The report included the other side of the story:
Climatologist Patrick Michaels of the University of Virginia, a well-known critic of the theory of global warming, appeared on Fox News' "Special Edition" to dispel the notion of that any alleged climate change had anything to do with Hurricane Katrina. He said if global warming were indeed a global phenomenon that increased hurricane activity and strength, then the change would be measurable in storms across the entire planet.
A New York Times article quoted hurricane forecaster William Gray, a professor of atmospheric science at Colorado State University, as saying the recent onslaught "is very much natural."
The severity of hurricane seasons changes with cycles of temperatures of several decades in the Atlantic Ocean, the article noted.
No the sky is not falling. Note that we are in a "cycle".