The Competitive Enterprise Institute is today making public an internal study on climate science which was suppressed by the Environmental Protection Agency. Internal EPA email messages, released by CEI earlier in the week, indicate that the report was kept under wraps and its author silenced because of pressure to support the Administration’s agenda of regulating carbon dioxide.
The report finds that EPA, by adopting the United Nations’ 2007 “Fourth Assessment” report, is relying on outdated research and is ignoring major new developments. Those developments include a continued decline in global temperatures, a new consensus that future hurricanes will not be more frequent or intense, and new findings that water vapor will moderate, rather than exacerbate, temperature.
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Answer by grlygrlz2 at 9:13 AM on Jun. 27, 2009
Politicians assume people want to be anonymous, not make waves. Politicians assume people are ignorant and don't want to learn what decisions are being made.
Obama won this election on a larger base of 'zero liability voters'. Voters who either (1) Did not take the time to truly look at ALL sides of the coin of the hard hitting issues. He spoke eloquently and they bought into it. (2) Don't pay income taxes, earn EIC, and have not direct negative impact if taxes are raised (3) A combo of the above...
I wish people would take the time to look at ALL sides before the rush to believe in Obama.
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