Vitter asks Obama to defend climate change proposals

“Americans should not be kept in the dark.”

The Hill reports:

Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) sent a letter to President Obama on Monday urging him to send an administration official to a hearing this week and defend his proposals to address climate change.

Vitter said he’s skeptical Senate Environment and Public Works Committee Chairwoman Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) will maintain pledges to make the White House testify at a later hearing…

“The American people should not be kept in the dark regarding the scope of the actions your Administration is taking under the guise of controlling our climate – actions that have the potential to negatively impact employment, job creation, and our national debt,” Vitter wrote.
Boxer has said she wants to keep the hearing focused on the science of climate change…

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2 thoughts on “Vitter asks Obama to defend climate change proposals”

  1. So far, his cited reasons have been falsehoods. This is an invitation to officially misleading propaganda.

  2. “Americans should not be kept in the dark.” That IS the Dems’ climate-change plan. The dark, the cold, the (small) home.

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