Therefore, your argument is that the rest of us should stand on the sideline and let the big corporations tell us what is good for the population?
It hard for me to comprehend how we can be so divided on a subject as the preservation of the environment? It was not that long ago when both Republicans and Democrats were in agreement that something needed to be done. You remember the commercial where Newt is on a loveseat with Nancy Pelosi? What happen to Newt? Why the sudden change of heart?
The list of Republicans that have sold out to big business is just endless…
In Mitt Romney’s 2010 book - No apology, he wrote; I believe that climate change is occurring. The reduction in the size of ice caps is hard to ignore. I believe that human activity is a contributing factor.
However, when he hit the campaign trail in June 2011, he reiterated his view. He even stated; it is important that we reduce our emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. By October, he suddenly declared himself a skeptic. He stated; my view is that we don’t know what is causing climate change. By the time he accepted the Republican nomination in Tampa (the following summer). Romney threated the idea of climate change as a joke even mocking President Obama’s position on climate.
Why the change?
A week after first reversing himself on the subject. He attended an event by the group Americans for Prosperity where Romney was also a speaker. Romney had govern Massachusetts as a moderate. But now had delivered a keynote address far more right-winged. Having potential supporter like David Koch in the audience made it appear as if he was auditioning.
I guess my question is; who do you trust???