Mitt Romney on the Middle Class & Global Warming.

Via Joe Mohr
on Sep 12, 2012
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2 Responses to “Mitt Romney on the Middle Class & Global Warming.”

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  2. Sadly, all topics about global warming nowadays in a lot of newspapers are politically tainted on which parties discredit each others' scientific findings and this has escalated into growing partition between the scientific community. In the past US elections, global warming and other environmental matters were mildly discussed as topics like immigration ruled the election.