The New ‘Consensus’: 97 percent of Americans aren’t worried about global warming

“Obama’s climate agenda doesn’t seem to be gaining traction with Americans despite increased efforts to tie global warming to extreme weather, public health concerns and national security.”

Mike Bastasch writes at the Daily Caller:

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4 thoughts on “The New ‘Consensus’: 97 percent of Americans aren’t worried about global warming”

  1. Should we inform world leaders at the Paris Climate Conference that we the people created government to secure our right to enjoy life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, and that we are no longer willing to be manipulated or led by incompetent, fear-mongering world leaders that exploit uncertainties, by creating a chronic stress situation ?

  2. What should take precedence? Something that might or might not happen, 100 years from now or the possibility you could be blown up at the local mall. Hmm, I wonder.

  3. Given a choice between dealing with urgent issues and issues that are less urgent, but of greater perceived importance, any reasonable human being will attend first to what is urgent.
    Climate change is not urgent compared to dodging bullets.

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