Skip to comments.Rely on Scientific Information, Not Political Rhetoric Says Governor
Posted on 10/30/2007 7:59:16 AM PDT by skeptoid
Governor Sarah Palin on Friday called on Congressman Brad Miller to use scientific information, not political rhetoric, to set important public policy issues.
Miller recently tried to undermine the State of Alaska's April 2007 comments on the proposed listing of polar bears as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. He attempted to discredit one of 54 studies the State had cited. The study was one of many supporting Alaska's position that polar bears should not be listed. The State concluded the best available scientific and commercial data do not demonstrate that the polar bear is likely to become endangered in the foreseeable future.
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How delightgfully refreshing it is to hear a reasoned, researched assesment of Gorebull warming!
Is Governor Palin still the most popular in the nation?
She ought to be popular. She ought to be the vice president in 08.
I have no doubt that your information on Congressman Miller and staff is correct, but the good part of this story is that Governor Palin is standing up to him, standing up for what she believes in. She’s not letting this go unnoticed. I find that refreshing, and good on her part.
So as much as Miller and staff are obtuse, Sarah Palin gets it right. She does the right thing. Wouldn’t it be great if all the states had governors like this?
Noted scientist and Governor Palin is not quite as popular but still most popular.
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