Sunday, April 20, 2008

Democrat debate attendees don't care about AGW

Newsbusters correctly points out that Americans really don't give a crap about this baloney climate change business, especially since it's still snowing in April. People say they support action against global warming because it's the current en vogue, chic, and politically correct thing to do, but in reality, any person with a brain willing to dig for facts will discover it is a fart in the wind.

NYT Whines About No Global Warming Debate Questions Despite ABC Poll:

The League of Conservation Voters, an environmental watchdog group, reports that in the debates in which five Sunday-morning television anchors — George Stephanopoulos, Tim Russert, Wolf Blitzer, Chris Wallace and Bob Schieffer — have participated (17 in total) and in their major interviews with the candidates (176 in total) only eight of the 2,372 questions asked have mentioned global warming or climate change.

That omission is baffling because the environment has become a big issue for Americans. Nearly 6 in 10 people responding to a Pew Research Center poll in January said that protecting the environment and dealing with energy problems should be top priorities.

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