This is just another attempt by the media to help 0bama by trying to drive a wedge between Romney and the GOP base.
I don’t care what he did as governor of the People’s Republic of Mass. as long as he doesn’t do it again.
Romney turned to John Holdren on at least one occasion to discuss “climate change”
On AT LEAST one occasion!?... (CAPS for emphasis only).
It would be interesting to know exactly how many times he turned to that radical John Holdren for advice, and what policies/issues pertaining to “climate change” were discussed...
Who would be surprised by this?
He has said he believes in man made global warming.
I’m so glad that we have a candidate who understands the need to fight this pressing and dangerous problem!
Rommey’s governorship was before the Climategate email leaks and the well-document problems with the IPCC reports.
So I would not be bothered that Romney at one time thought global warming was an important issue requiring government action. The real question is: What does he think POST-Climategate? (Same issue with Newt during the primaries.)
His buddy Rick Snyder here in Michigan is also a big greentard who gets off looking at pictures of windmills and talking about Michigan’s future in green technology.
I keep asking what the difference is between Obama and Romney and have yet to get a straight answer. I will only vote for Romney because I hate Obama so much. But the thought of having to vote for Romney turns my stomach.
That was before the AGW movement was outed as a fraud by the revealing of the conspiratory e-mails. A lot of intelligent people believed that it was settled science, until it was proven not to be.
What I remember of Romney’s terms as Governor was that he had to work with a overwhelmingly Democrat State Senate and House. Yes, he signed the Massachusetts Dem-care into law, but the bill would have been even more liberal if he hadn’t made some compromises elsewhere, so the Dems would compromise,if only, as Dems do, just a smidge. So, I am sure there were many more compromises he had to make, as there are so few elected GOP in Massachusetts State Congress. It was amazing that Mass had a GOP Governor to balance out the Dem State Congress.