Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Climate change absent from Presidential debates - for the first time since 1988

Marc Morano:
It is very surprising to see three presidential debates and one Vice Presidential debate pass without a single mention of climate change. This is the first time this has happened since global warming hit the national stage in 1988. Global warming activists are justifiably outraged by this. After all, Obama declared in April of this year to Rolling Stone that he would make global warming a key campaign issue in 2012. Obama let down a key part of his political base by going silent on climate.
What happened? How did climate change get reduced to a comedic punch line in the 2012 presidential campaign?
The answer is clear. ... ...


Alais said...

Of course the Marxist activists, which is really what the global warming/climate change agenda is about, would be outraged at the thought that their agenda is not being bought. The ones in Australia have even managed to have a dissenter sent to Maoist type re-education.

Anon1152 said...

"The answer is clear"?

I think there are at least two very different answers.

I just finished watching a documentary about this (that I'm sure you'd dismiss).

Anonymous said...

Actually I heard the moderator of the second debate say afterwards that she was disappointed they didn't get to the next question from the town hall citizens, a question about climate change. Thank God they didn't get to yet another 'liberal' topic.