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Anonymous asked in EnvironmentGlobal Warming · 6 months ago

Now the majority of republican voters want something done about climate change, does that mean that republicans are communists?

Update:

A Yale poll shows that "Most registered voters (73%) think global warming is happening, including 95% of liberal Democrats, 88% of moderate/conservative Democrats and 68% of liberal/moderate Republicans, but only 40% of conservative Republicans."

Update 2:

A strong majority of registered voters (70%) think the United States should reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, regardless of what other countries do. Majorities of liberal Democrats (91%), moderate/conservative Democrats (77%), and liberal/moderate Republicans (63%) take this position, as well as 46% of conservative Republicans.

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  • 6 months ago
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    Don't laugh, because the right wing probably believes those Republicans are traitors for even suggesting this.

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    Should the fact that the climate change scam is being perpetuated by leftists and liberals be a red flag to everyone?

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  • Justin
    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    Yeah, we want 'climate change' changed to 'polar warming' and addressed using industrial plants that create ice from sea water to replace what is melting and to sequester ozone depleting substances, (the ancillary cause of 'polar warming,' the primary cause being the sun).

    We can create 'artificial fossil fuels' to run the plants by processing the garbage no one seems to know what to do with. It is already floating in the oceans waiting for us to use it as fuel.

    Did you really think a bunch of burned out hippies would solve an issue created by industry?

    These are the same 'consensus forming scientific experts' who told that an 'ice age' was upon us back in 1967, that 'global warming' was going to destroy us in ten years back in 1977, (pointing to the melting ice caps which they had just pointed to as 'growing' and precipitating an ice age ten years earlier), which blamed farmers refusing to be subsidized by government for 'climate change' caused by 'desertization' back in 1987, which began to blame industry's 'green house gases' for our 'impending planetary doom' being caused by a large hole from 'ozone depletion' while feverishly soliciting money to 'colonize Mars for our survival' back in 1997, who helped Al Gore win a Nobel Prize in 2007 for convincing us that New York would soon be swallowed up by a tidal wave caused by rapidly rising sea levels, (complete with help from Hollywood computer animation), and who have now convinced people all around the world that 'polar warming' (isolated to the earth's poles), is actually 'global warming' and can only be solved by electing Democrats and continuing to 'recycle,' which has been shown to be a total fraud with most of our 'recycling' materials ending up in the oceans.

    And no, Henny Penny, the entire earth is not 'warming,' nor is there any significant change to the overall 'climate,' to existing weather patterns or even a greater incidence or intensification of powerful climate events. You really have to 'fudge' the numbers and strictly isolate them to the last 150 years to even try to make such a case.

    It helps to indulge in the newly legalized recreational marijuana though, if you want to continue convincing yourself that the sky is falling and that getting rid of Donald Trump is the only answer to all of our woes. Sensible people continue to know better. Let's just make some ice and burn some garbage.

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  • 6 months ago

    The US Republican Party is the ONLY political party in the world that denies humans cause climate change. Something like 97% of scientists on this planet agree that climate change is a legitimate challenge.

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  • ricky
    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    That’s not true. They acknowledge climate change. There is a very large region in Antarctica that has continued to get more snow and ice for the past 10,000 years. But it’s never mentioned.

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  • Elliot
    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    Oddly enough, only about 33% of conservative Republicans believed in climate change when Obama was president. They only want to do something about it when their guy is in charge of the executive branch.

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  • 6 months ago

    "Now the majority of republican voters want something done about climate change".

    A statement from the depths of a diseased mind. IOW, Complete and Utter Bullshlt

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  • 6 months ago

    This is why liberals will be extinct in 20 years

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  • 6 months ago

    Nope. .

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  • 6 months ago

    I am sorry,

    But before I slurp you fake news....I am going to need a credible source

    Climate change is not man caused, there is nothing man can do to change it, its part of nature

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