Sunday, October 24, 2010

Alarmism isn't always a vote winner

It just might be wise for some of our extremists to realise this.
Rep. Bob Inglis (R-S.C.) said this weekend that his biggest stumbling block with conservatives was his insistence that climate change is real. 
Inglis, the GOP lawmaker who was ousted by a conservative primary challenger earlier this year, said that his support for the Wall Street bailout paled in comparison to his insistence that Congress do something to address global warming.
"[T]he most enduring problem I had, the one that really was difficult, was just saying that climate change was real and let's do something about it,"
Well Bob, that might be just because, it isn't in the sense that it is man made, nor in that we can do anything serious to effect it.

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