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  • McCain, 10 Other Senators Diss The Climate Bill [still wants "rational" action on climate change]

    08/07/2009 9:31:28 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 14 replies · 1,068+ views
    The Business Insider ^ | 2009-08-07 | Jay Yarow
    Before the Senate takes its summer break, a handful of Senators are taking a chance to trash the climate bill. A group of moderate Senators wrote a letter to Barack Obama telling him that they cannot support the climate bill unless it's further weakend ease the burden of cap and trade policies. Seperately, John McCain ripped the bill while talking to Stephen Moore at the Wall Street Journal. . . . . . Over at the Wall Street Journal, John McCain takes a harder stance, saying, "this 1,400-page bill is a farce. They bought every industry off—steel mills, agriculture, utilities...I...

    03/21/2008 1:08:03 PM PDT · by calcowgirl · 18 replies · 471+ views
    MSNBC ^ | March 21, 2008 | Chuck Todd
    PARIS -- John McCain wrapped up his five-country swing to the Middle East and Europe by meeting with two familiar faces- one old and one new. In London this morning, former Prime Minister Tony Blair and McCain had breakfast together at the swanky Mandarin Oriental hotel. A quick photo-op for reporters before the official visit quickly became a reflection of McCain's recent travels. On the friendship with Britain, McCain said, "What I've learned from our trip is that our alliance and our relationship is still strong. There are areas such as climate change, transparency of international financial institutions, Israeli-Palestinian peace...
  • McCain and Blair discuss Middle East, climate change: spokesman

    03/21/2008 10:22:09 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 13 replies · 405+ views
    AFP on Yahoo ^ | 3/21/08 | AFP
    LONDON (AFP) - US Republican presidential hopeful John McCain Friday discussed the situation in the Middle East and global warming with former British prime minister Tony Blair, the ex-premier's spokesman said. Blair met with McCain in London as well as US senators Joe Lieberman and Lindsey Graham, McCain's colleagues on the Senate Armed Services Committee who are travelling with him, the spokesman told AFP. "They met, but also, obviously with Senator Lieberman and Senator Graham. The subjects they spoke about were the Middle East and climate change," he said. McCain, who is on a week-long tour of Europe and the...
  • FACTBOX: presidential candidates on climate change (McCain: I know that climate change is real...)

    03/20/2008 9:38:23 AM PDT · by rightinthemiddle · 47 replies · 673+ views
    Rooters ^ | Thu Mar 20, 2008 | Deborah Zabarenko
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Here's what leading presidential candidates have said about climate change and energy policies, and what they want to do. REPUBLICAN ARIZONA SEN. JOHN MCCAIN: "I know that climate change is real ... we've got to address it, we can do it with technology, with cap and trade, with capitalist and free enterprise motivation." Co-authored bill to cut emissions by 65 percent by 2050, favors unspecified fuel efficiency increase and overall energy efficiency. DEMOCRATIC NEW YORK SEN. HILLARY CLINTON: "We need to start on a path to slow, stop and reverse the growth of greenhouse gas emissions." Supports...
  • McCain Invites Fundraisers to London

    03/15/2008 6:12:50 PM PDT · by Shermy · 17 replies · 879+ views
    Washington Post ^ | March 14, 2008 | Matthew Mosk
    Sen. John McCain and his staff have been adamant for days that his upcoming overseas trip to Britain, France and Israel is not political. /snip ...Apparently, though, there will still be room for fundraising. McCain's campaign has sent out an invitation for a March 20 luncheon at Spencer House -- the neo-classical home built for an ancestor of Diana, the late Princess of Wales -- "by kind permission of Lord Rothschild OM GBE and the Hon. Nathaniel Rothschild." The price to attend is $1000 to $2,300. And the dress code for the event? "Lounge suits" -- British for business...
  • John McCain's 'Global Warming' Hearings Blasted by Climatologist (McCain Archives - Nov. 2004)

    03/11/2008 3:09:06 PM PDT · by pissant · 52 replies · 918+ views
    CNS ^ | November 19, 2004 | Marc Morano
    Washington (CNSNews.com) - Recent U.S. Senate hearings into alleged global warming, chaired by Arizona Republican John McCain, were among the "most biased" that a noted climatologist has ever seen - "much less balanced than anything I saw in the Clinton administration," he said. Patrick J. Michaels is the author of a new book "Meltdown: The Predictable Distortion of Global Warming by Scientists, Politicians, and the Media." He is an environmental sciences professor at the University of Virginia who believes that claims of human-caused "global warming" are scientifically unfounded. Michaels spoke with CNSNews.com Thursday following a panel discussion sponsored by the...
  • McCain, Republicans, and "Global Warming"

    03/09/2008 11:10:05 AM PDT · by Billg64 · 100 replies · 1,330+ views
    town hall ^ | 3/9/08 | Austin Hill
    Think you can sidestep the issue of “global warming,” simply by voting Republican? Think again. Now that Senator John McCain is officially the Republican nominee for President, global warming is, whether anyone likes it or not, an “issue” for both of our nation’s dominant political parties. McCain has been gravitating towards this issue for several years, and made his mark with it during his chairing of the U.S. Senate hearings on global warming back in 2004
  • To the GOP's self-righteous Purists

    03/05/2008 10:14:20 PM PST · by RussP · 362 replies · 2,174+ views
    Worldnetdaily.com ^ | March 5th, 2008 | Burt Prelutsky
    ... If there's a single thread that runs through the e-mails I receive from peevish Republicans, it's that none of the current candidates possesses the conservative purity of Ronald Reagan. One could almost get the idea that Dutch was betrayed by Pontius Pilate and crucified on Calvary. But that wasn't exactly the case. The fact of the matter is that Gov. Reagan gave Gov. Jerry Brown a run for his money – or should I say our money? – when it came to raising taxes here in California. But, in spite of the additional revenue, he was responsible in large...
  • McCainonomics: McCain's Economy Platform: Big Tax Cuts, With Caveats

    03/03/2008 1:32:46 PM PST · by calcowgirl · 53 replies · 146+ views
    WSJ ^ | March 3, 2008 | BOB DAVIS
    WASHINGTON -- Imagining how John McCain, the Navy war hero, would play the role of commander in chief has been easy. Imagining how John McCain, the policy maverick, would lead as chief executive of the U.S. economy has been tougher. In a wide-ranging interview last week, Sen. McCain offered the most-detailed account to date of his thinking on economic issues. (snip) Climate Change Sen. McCain's biggest regulatory effort is likely to come in the field of climate change. Along with independent Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman, who was then a Democrat, Sen. McCain introduced the earliest version of a cap-and-trade system...
  • Romney Attacks McCain on McCain-Lieberman

    01/27/2008 3:52:14 PM PST · by TheLion · 22 replies · 61+ views
    Fox News ^ | January 27, 2008 | Shushannah Walshe
    The former Massachusetts governor also brought up a new attack going after his rival on his legislation, the McCain-Lieberman Climate Stewardship Act: “Instead of seeing if there’s a way of stimulating the economy, McCain-Lieberman would depress the economy. His plan calls for a new financial burden to be placed on people who are purchasing gasoline or for that matter natural gas to heat their homes or to cook in their homes. The energy information agency has said that his plan would cost America 300,000 jobs. In addition, people would pay, they estimate, approximately 50 cents per gallon more for gasoline...
  • In Case You Missed It: Governor Romney On McCain-Lieberman

    01/29/2008 12:18:43 AM PST · by stickman20089 · 8 replies · 136+ views
    Governor Mitt Romney: "Well, he's spoken several times about it. He actually said that if he was going to select a Vice President, it would have to be somebody who understood the economy because that wasn't something he was terribly familiar with. "He spoke both in '05 and again in '07, both times saying that he was not terribly familiar with how the economy worked, and I think he's right. Frankly, I think the pieces of legislation he's noted for suggest a lack of understanding of how the economy works. "In particular, McCain–Lieberman, this is a bill that would add...
  • McCain-Lieberman: Higher Gas Prices, Anywhere From 26 Cents To 50 Cents To 68 Cents Per Gallon:

    American Council For Capital Formation Study: McCain-Lieberman Could Hike Gasoline Prices By 50 Cents Per Gallon. "A study by an economic research institute, the American Council for Capital Formation, underscored these findings, estimating that under S. 139: ... By 2020, gasoline prices would increase 30 to 50 cents per gallon." (H. Sterling Burnett, "Regulating Greenhouse Gas Emissions," National Center For Policy Analysis, 11/18/04) The EPA Estimated Sen. McCain's Plan Would Hike Gas Prices By 68 Cents Per Gallon. "The EPA has estimated what the McCain energy tax would mean to consumers. Since the bill's provisions are phased in, the full...
  • Ex-Gore aide gives McCain campaign finance help

    02/13/2002 10:02:58 PM PST · by kattracks · 28 replies · 290+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 2/14/02 | Dave Boyer
    <p>Former Gore campaign manager Donna Brazile lobbied the House yesterday on campaign finance, fulfilling a partnership she said began with Republican Sen. John McCain during the 2000 presidential race.</p> <p>Miss Brazile said she got to know Mr. McCain during the Republican South Carolina presidential primary in February 2000, when he was locked in a fierce contest with then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush and she was coordinating strategy for Vice President Al Gore.</p>
  • Huckabee, Romney, Rudy & McCain imitate Al Gore in Debate.

    12/13/2007 4:41:58 AM PST · by NavVet · 34 replies · 86+ views
    Michelle Malkin ^ | 12/12/07 | Michelle Malkin
    Well, fun was had by all yesterday covering the stultifying Schoolmarm and the GOP candidates in Iowa. Fred Thompson earned his gold medal for refusing to follow Schoolmarm’s order for a show of hands on an inane global warming question. Now, let’s dig a little deeper. As I noted yesterday, the rest of the leading GOP candidates’ responses to Schoolmarm’s global warming query demonstrate a rather disturbing greening of the party. And not just mild green. But bright, neon, Gore green. Total enviro-nitwit-ization. Can these guys really belong to the same party as stalwart, anti-fearmonger Sen. Jim Inhofe? Have they...
  • The One Environmental Issue (Huck and McCain side with dems on Gorebull Warming)

    01/02/2008 1:02:09 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 22 replies · 243+ views
    The New York Times ^ | January 1, 2008 | The Editors
    The overriding environmental issue of these times is the warming of the planet. The Democratic hopefuls in the 2008 campaign are fully engaged, calling for large — if still unquantified — national sacrifices and for a transformation in the way the country produces and uses energy. The Republicans do not go much further than conceding that climate change could be a problem and, with the notable exception of John McCain, offer no comprehensive solutions. In 2000, when Al Gore could have made warming a signature issue in his presidential campaign, his advisers persuaded him that it was too complicated and...
  • McCain heads overseas to observe global warming effects

    08/24/2006 6:55:01 AM PDT · by ZGuy · 33 replies · 758+ views
    Business Journal ^ | 8/23/6 | Mike Sunnucks
    Arizona Sen. John McCain will visit Greenland, Turkey, Georgia, Montenegro and Italy as part of a Senate delegation headed overseas during Congress' summer break. McCain and the other Republican senators want to observe the effects of global warming while in Greenland. They also will attend an A-list economic and political conference at a swanky northern Italian resort. McCain and U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn., favor legislation to cap industrial emissions in an effort to curtail global warming. Sens. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., Mel Martinez, R-Fla., Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., Richard Burr, R-N.C., and John Sununu, R-N.H., are slated to go on the...
  • The Turning Point on Global Warming (McCain and Lieberman Op-Ed Alert)

    02/13/2007 5:15:20 AM PST · by RWR8189 · 107 replies · 2,872+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | Februrary 13, 2007 | Senator John McCain and Senator Joe Lieberman
    THERE IS NOW a broad consensus in this country, and indeed in the world, that global warming is happening, that it is a serious problem, and that humans are causing it. The recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change concluded there is a greater than 90 percent chance that greenhouse gases released by human activities like burning oil in cars and coal in power plants are causing most of the observed global warming. This report puts the final nail in denial's coffin about the problem of global warming. In addition, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has identified...
  • World 'at tipping point over global warming' (McCain)

    02/17/2007 8:25:15 AM PST · by calcowgirl · 70 replies · 1,216+ views
    Telegraph UK ^ | February 17, 2007 | Alex Massie and Toby Harnden
    A leading contender for the Republican presidential nomination declared the debate on global warming "over" yesterday and said that the US would act to save the environment. Senator John McCain's speech at a summit on green policies indicated a crucial change in US political opinion towards climate change. "I am convinced that we have reached the tipping point and that the Congress of the United States will act with the agreement of the administration," said Mr McCain, who is a favoured candidate in next year's presidential primaries. "The debate is over, my friends. Now the question is: what do we...
  • McCain slams Bush on global warming, Iraq policy

    02/22/2007 1:14:48 AM PST · by FairOpinion · 31 replies · 1,126+ views
    LAT ^ | Feb. 22, 2007 | Michael Finnegan
    The Arizona senator criticizes White House decision-making during a tour of the L.A. and Long Beach ports. Republican presidential candidate John McCain was anything but subtle Wednesday as he took swipes at the Bush administration during a meticulously staged appearance with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on the bustling docks of Los Angeles Harbor. President Bush's record on global warming? "Terrible," McCain declared. His pursuit of the Iraq war? "A train wreck."
  • McCain: Global warming is fact, must be addressed [hurl alert]

    05/07/2007 4:22:06 PM PDT · by jdm · 75 replies · 2,595+ views
    Quad City Times ^ | May 7, 2007 | Ed Tibbetts
    Republican presidential candidate John McCain said today that global climate change is real and Americans must deal with its effects. "Climate change is a fact," the Arizona senator told a crowd this morning gathered under a large tent outside the Iowa Machine Shed restaurant in Davenport. McCain argued for a system that would cap emissions but allow individual companies to trade credits, within that cap, to put greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. A similar type of arrangement took place in the 1990s to battle acid rain. Several Democratic presidential candidates also approve of such an approach. "We can have an...
  • McCain Sides With Leading Dems on Global Warming

    05/23/2007 7:26:44 AM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 52 replies · 1,046+ views
    McCain Sides With Leading Dems on Global Warming By Nathan Burchfiel CNSNews.com Staff Writer May 23, 2007 (CNSNews.com) - A panel discussion on global climate change Tuesday found Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) staff agreeing with representatives for the leading Democratic presidential contenders. A cap-and-trade system for carbon emissions, they agreed, is the most promising solution to "global warming." A cap and trade system would involve limits or caps (lower than current levels) on the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions produced by polluters like power plants. But companies able to cut their CO2 output at a low cost would be...
  • John McCain Subscribes to Global Warming Hoax

    06/15/2007 1:38:19 PM PDT · by truthfinder9 · 7 replies · 870+ views
    In an interview in Backpacker magazine (Aug. 2007), Senator John McCain comments on global warming: "It’s the critical issue of our time. Perhaps the worst legacy of the last 10 years may be our government’s failure to meaningfully address the issue of greenhouse gases. Climate change is real...We are literally risking the future of our planet, our children’s and grandchildren’s future...The question is, will it be too late? My great fear is that we may reach a tipping point where the effects are irreversible." Is Al Gore writing McCain's material?
  • Huck, Mitt, Rudy, McCain blame you for global warming

    12/12/2007 4:26:26 PM PST · by pissant · 105 replies · 172+ views
    WND ^ | 12/12/07 | staff
    The Republican presidential candidates shown leading the race in recent polls all believe global warming is a serious threat and caused by human activity. When asked at today's Des Moines Register debate in Iowa to raise their hands if they believed climate change were indeed a real problem caused by people, Sen. John McCain, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former Gov. Mike Huckabee and former Gov. Mitt Romney all responded in the positive. "Climate change is real. It's happening. I believe human beings are contributing to it," Giuliani said, calling for a "Manhattan Project" to wean America off foreign energy sources....
  • Global warming fades from McCain stump speech

    01/29/2008 4:04:55 PM PST · by pissant · 23 replies · 62+ views
    Politico ^ | 1/24/08 | Jon Martin
    After hitting it in most every appearance he made in New Hampshire and Michigan, John McCain now rarely brings up the topic of global warming. McCain's strong views on addressing climate change play well among independents and Democrats, but most of the GOP base either disagrees with him about the issue or just has little interest in it. He didn't raise it often in South Carolina and, at a town hall meeting in West Palm Beach today, chose instead to focus his remarks on the economy and national security. South Carolina, of course, is a conservative state and even the...
  • Global warming bill advances in Senate

    11/01/2007 2:40:52 PM PDT · by pissant · 27 replies · 35+ views
    Yahoo ^ | 11/1/07 | staff
    WASHINGTON - Lawmakers took the first step Thursday on a bipartisan global warming bill that would impose mandatory cuts in greenhouse gases from power plants, industrial facilities and transportation. ADVERTISEMENT Sen. Joe Lieberman, I-Conn., pushed the legislation out of his global warming subcommittee by a 4-3 vote, agreeing to a number of changes aimed primarily at garnering the needed majority to advance it. The bill calls for setting limits on carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases that are emitted from power plants, refineries, factories and motor fuels. Polluters could exceed the limits by buying credits from companies whose emissions are...
  • Gore accepts Nobel Peace Prize (it's "time to make peace with the planet," BARF Alert!)

    12/10/2007 2:55:46 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 33 replies · 421+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 12/10/07 | Doug Mellgren - ap
    OSLO, Norway - Saying it's "time to make peace with the planet," Al Gore accepted the Nobel Peace Prize on Monday with a call for humanity to rise up against a looming climate crisis and stop waging war on the environment. The United States and China — the world's leading emitters of greenhouse gases — will stand accountable before history if they don't take the lead in that global challenge, the former vice president said. "Without realizing it, we have begun to wage war on the Earth itself," Gore said in his acceptance speech. "Now, we and the Earth's climate...
  • McCain Sides With Leading Dems on Global Warming (NH voter reminder ALERT)

    01/08/2008 7:31:32 AM PST · by wilco200 · 34 replies · 924+ views
    CNSnews.coom ^ | 5/23/07 | Nathan Burchfiel
    A panel discussion on global climate change Tuesday found Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) staff agreeing with representatives for the leading Democratic presidential contenders. A cap-and-trade system for carbon emissions, they agreed, is the most promising solution to "global warming." A cap and trade system would involve limits or caps (lower than current levels) on the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions produced by polluters like power plants. But companies able to cut their CO2 output at a low cost would be able to sell their left-over pollution permits to companies facing higher costs. John Raidt, a policy advisor to McCain,...
  • McCain AP Photo [no captions necessary]

    01/08/2008 9:41:30 AM PST · by ElkGroveDan · 136 replies · 412+ views
    AP Photos via Yahoo ^ | Mon Jan 7, 7:28 PM ET | Charles Dharapak

    06/04/2004 3:19:01 AM PDT · by JesseHousman · 16 replies · 599+ views
    EMail from ACU ^ | 6/4/2004 | David Kein
    Al Gore, billionaire Socialist George Soros, and John McCain have hatched a plan which according to Americans For Balanced Energy Choices is designed to: - Decrease your disposable income by as much as 30% - Increase unemployment by as much as 9% and, - Increase Inflation by as much as 27% This is no folk tale. It's a very real and imminent threat called the McCain-Lieberman Climate Stewardship Bill. This bill contains many of the dangerous and disastrous provisions of the international climate treaty negotiated in Kyoto years ago that the Senate rejected by a 95-0 vote. And -- like...
  • Promising Vote on Global Warming

    11/01/2003 7:30:43 AM PST · by OESY · 13 replies · 415+ views
    New York Times ^ | November 1, 2003 | Editorial
    John McCain has failed in his first attempt to persuade his Republican colleagues in the Senate to give the issue of global warming the urgent attention it deserves. By a margin of 55 to 43 on Thursday, the Senate rejected a proposal he sponsored with Joseph Lieberman to impose mandatory caps on the emissions from utilities and other industries that scientists believe are heavily responsible for global warming. But Mr. McCain, as we know, does not give up easily. He started his quest for campaign finance reform in 1995 and prevailed six years later. He promises to be just as...
  • EIA's Analysis of the Lieberman-McCain Climate Change Bill

    07/10/2003 5:24:30 AM PDT · by hinterlander · 5 replies · 405+ views
    Human Events ^ | July 10, 2003
    The Energy Information Administration (EIA) recently completed an analysis of S. 139, a climate change bill sponsored by Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-Conn.), and cosponsored by Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), along with 5 others. Simply put, S. 139 would implement the Kyoto Protocol, the flawed, unworkable international global warming treaty that the Senate effectively rejected, 95 to 0. EIA found that S. 139, just like Kyoto, would have disastrous effects on the U.S. economy. According to EIA, S. 139 will increase natural gas prices 16 percent in 2010 and 46 percent higher in 2025.
  • McCain Sides With Leading Dems on Global Warming

    02/02/2008 4:01:49 AM PST · by Caipirabob · 68 replies · 739+ views
    A panel discussion on global climate change Tuesday found Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) staff agreeing with representatives for the leading Democratic presidential contenders. A cap-and-trade system for carbon emissions, they agreed, is the most promising solution to "global warming." A cap and trade system would involve limits or caps (lower than current levels) on the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions produced by polluters like power plants. But companies able to cut their CO2 output at a low cost would be able to sell their left-over pollution permits to companies facing higher costs. John Raidt, a policy advisor to McCain,...
  • LAT Endorses McCain: Weak on Fences, Strong on Global Warming

    02/02/2008 11:39:58 AM PST · by governsleastgovernsbest · 31 replies · 109+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    The LA Times has endorsed John McCain in the GOP primary, and at least two of its reasons for doing so should give conservatives pause: the liberal paper likes McCain because he's weak on border fences and strong on global warming. Excerpts [emphasis added]: As the Republican field indulged this campaign season in an orgy of ignorance on immigration, McCain stood his ground, sponsoring legislation that would provide a route to citizenship for the 11 million to 12 million immigrants here illegally. His rivals have argued for mass deportations and strong border fences.
  • John McCain For President? (someone who favors higher taxes, illegals and global warming)

    02/05/2008 5:17:49 AM PST · by IrishMike · 48 replies · 85+ views
    Human Events ^ | 02/05/2008 | Lars Larson
    John McCain’s “Straight Talk Express” appears to have developed a wicked shimmy that should concern even his most ardent supporters. In the space of just four days, the man anointed by many in the mainstream media (since when did republicans take their view as gospel?) as the presumptive GOP nominee took three positions on one of the most important issues of the day. January 27, 2008 (on Meet the Press) TIM RUSSERT: If the Senate passed your bill, S-1433, the McCain-Kennedy immigration bill, would you as president sign it? JOHN MCCAIN: Yeah, but the lesson is that it isn't going...
  • Election Watch: Paul Bashes McCain for Global Warming Alliance with Gore

    02/08/2008 6:42:37 AM PST · by ovrtaxt · 94 replies · 158+ views
    Business & Media Institute ^ | 2/7/2008 | Jeff Poor
         You can’t teach an old dog new tricks in the eyes of Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul.      The Texas congressman had some harsh words for the GOP presidential frontrunner John McCain, a longtime U.S. Senator, on various issues including what Paul alleged was a one-time alliance with former Vice President and global warming cheerleader Al Gore.      “Now our leading candidate – guess whose position he holds on global warming? Al Gore, he supports the Al Gore bill on global warming.”       Paul spoke to the conservative audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference on February 7 in Washington, D.C.     ...
  • Global warming is the real deal, not 'Hollywood' myth, sez McCain

    04/24/2007 8:08:04 AM PDT · by presidio9 · 116 replies · 2,220+ views
    NY Daily News ^ | Tuesday, April 24th 2007 | Richard Sisk
    Without exactly being like Mike, Sen. John McCain yesterday join-ed Mayor Bloomberg in calling global warming a reality to be dealt with by weaning the U.S. off Mideast oil. "The world is already feeling the powerful effects of global warming," McCain said in calling for caps on carbon emissions, and "the problem isn't some Hollywood invention." The Arizona Republican did not directly address Bloomberg's environmental plan, which includes $8 tolls on cars south of 86th St. But a McCain spokesman said the mayor and the senator were in sync on facing up to a greenhouse gas effect that many in...