I assume all of you have ripped out your A/C's and HVAC units replaced by fans and swamp coolers?
Keeping food in a Yeti down in the root cellar? Drive your Flintstone car with the windows down?
Refuse to draw power from coal plants and nuclear sources? why destroy the planet, Poser?
#9 | Posted by SheepleSchism
15 Logical Fallacies You Should Know Before Getting Into a Debate
Tu Quoque Fallacy
"The "tu quoque," Latin for "you too," is also called the "appeal to hypocrisy" because it distracts from the argument by pointing out hypocrisy in the opponent. This tactic doesn't solve the problem, or prove one's point, because even hypocrites can tell the truth. Focusing on the other person's hypocrisy is a diversionary tactic. In this way, the tu quoque typically deflects criticism away from one's self by accusing the other person of the same problem or something comparable. If Jack says, "Maybe I committed a little adultery, but so did you Jason!" Jack is trying to diminish his responsibility or defend his actions by distributing blame to other people. But no one else's guilt excuses his own guilt. No matter who else is guilty, Jack is still an adulterer.
The tu quoque fallacy is an attempt to divert blame, but it really only distracts from the initial problem. "
Since you're too stupid to understand this paragraph, I'll sum it up for you. It basically says that your "if you produce any pollution then you're just as bad as republicans who deny climate change and defend polluters" argument is pathetic horsecrap.