Skip to comments.Palin: Global Warming Not Man-Made
Posted on 08/29/2008 9:51:54 PM PDT by FocusNexus
In an interview for the September issue of the conservative magazine Newsmax, Gov. Sarah Palin, R-Alaska, said she does not believe climate change is caused by human behavior.
"A changing environment will affect Alaska more than any other state, because of our location. I'm not one though who would attribute it to being man-made," Palin said in the interview, which was posted online Friday.
(Excerpt) Read more at blogs.abcnews.com ...
“It’s nonsense not to tap a safe domestic source of oil. I think Americans need to hold Congress accountable on this one,” Palin told Newsmax about drilling in ANWR.
Does anyone else look foward to a breath of fresh air in DC?
Palin is the one who is bringing REAL change, REAL POSITIVE change.
Finally a politician that hasn’t been cowed by the PC police.
Voting for Obama and Biden is merely embracing Communism.
Exactly. I think McCain has pwned Obama and left him striped bare on the side of the road.
I agree with her. Too bad that the PC police will trash her point of view.
Yes!!!! A True Denier, she’s one of us!
Ire Xn.oo D.p!
That’s “God Bless her!” in Dvorak.
It’s the wife’s keyboard... she’s a librarian...
Or the militant feminists.
"Striped" like a skunk.
like a skank LOL!
So far she seems like one tough woman, who isn’t afraid of the militant feminists or PC police.
Remember how Hillary’s henchmen complained after a debate that all the boys were ganging up on her?
Hillary was supposed to be rough and tough, but I think Sarah might be tougher.
Imagine that Sarah becomes VP. After 8 years of being VP, she could be a front runner for president. And the nominee of the Democrats could be Hillary Clinton. Imagine an election with two women running against each other. A conservative Republican vs. a liberal Democrat. That would be interesting.
But we get ahead of ourselves. Let’s hope Sarah helps McCain to victory in November.
I think you should give credit to McCain for having the good sense to pick her.
One of the important hallmarks of a leader is to pick the right people for the right jobs around him.
McCain is doing exactly that.
I recommend going back to “McCain/Palin”.
We can all vote enthusiastically for Palin on the top of the ticket in 4 to 8 years, but this year McCain is proving much more sensible than any of us had suspected previously.
Now I could do that bumper sticker. lol
Yes, but only if the American people vote the congress critters like Pelosi and Kennedy OUT of office. Otherwise, it will be the same-ol’ same-ol’
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