Romney’s shortcomings on energy and the environment (as of 2007) on display.
The Daily Caller‘s Dave Martosko reports,
A video clip that surfaced on YouTube on Tuesday shows Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney discussing energy policy on CNBC’s “Kudlow & Company” four years ago, and agreeing that U.S. energy policy should reflect, in part, an acknowledgement that the earth’s climate is changing.
“With regards to global warming, that’s something which you’re right, the scientists haven’t entirely resolved,” Romney told host Larry Kudlow. “But no question about one thing — it’s getting warmer, and [there are] a lot of good reasons for us to use less energy, to use it more efficiently and to develop sources here in this country that could allow us to be more independent of foreign sources.”
In the Feb. 7, 2007 interview, broadcast just five weeks after Romney left the office of Massachusetts governor, included questions about gasoline taxes, U.S. dependence on foreign sources of oil, and carbon caps…
The full Daily Caller article is here.