CNN’s The Lead reports:
What impact is Gore’s heated rhetoric having on the climate change debate?
Carly Fiorina, former chairman and chief executive of HP, said Gore’s name calling is hurting the environmental cause.
“I think he is becoming such a polarizing figure. I think there are many people who suspect this is more about Al Gore than it is about global warming,” she said.
“I think anyone who is serious about global warming needs to be complete and factual in their assessment.”
“There are many things that Al Gore does that makes me want to sigh,” said Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank.
“In his defense, he’s not killing the effort on global warming because it’s dead already,” he added, pointing to menial movement in terms of legislation in Washington on the cause. Milbank said the public views efforts on climate change as too little, too late.