November 30, 2012

It's Not Global Warming OR the Economy

M. Sanjayan, Huffington Post


Huffington Post

In his first news conference since winning a second term, President Obama answered a question about global warming, an issue many hoped to see addressed during the presidential debates -- and that represented the basis for Mayor Bloomberg's campaign endorsement. His message? A disappointing "let the band play on."

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TAGGED: Mayor Bloomberg, Energy Jobs, Climate Change, President Obama, Global Economy, Global Warming

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