On CNN’s Late Edition this weekend, this is the best that the ever-annoying Sen. Lindsey Graham could come up with when asked how John McCain would be different from the current President Bush:
GRAHAM: I think there are a couple areas that would be different. One global climate change. John has been talking about global climate change for many years now. I think he would help lead the world to a solution there.
Give me a break. First, just a year ago the phrase was “global warming,” not “climate change.” But global warming doesn’t exist. Second, if that’s really the first, best selling point for McCain, then Lord Help Us All. Even if it did exist, which it doesn’t, at least not caused by man, “climate change” would NOT be the worst environmental problem we face. The worst problem is the decline of the world’s fisheries, which completely change the entire eco-system of the world’s oceans and seas, which in turn messes up the global food chain in huge ways. But instead of trying to fix that, the global warming numbskulls take all sorts of actions which barely make a dent in carbon use/carbon debt, but DO exacerbate, in very deadly ways, a problem with, yes, the global food supply chain. While Sen. GrahamÂ prattles on about climate change, his solutions are making people starve to death.
Please give us another reason to vote for John McCain.
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