February 14, 2013

Will Prez Bypass Congress On Climate?

Geoffrey Lean, Telegraph


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Are we witnessing a strange kind of symmetry? In his first presidential election Barack Obama constantly talked about taking measures to combating global warming all the time – as, indeed, did his Republican opponent, John McCain. But, once in office, he did little or nothing about it. In his second campaign he hardly mentioned climate change at all. Does that, equally paradoxically, mean that he will now take action.

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