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Tag: Say Anything To Get Elected
By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Any Republican pushing GreenTard crap is just plain nauseating.
"All of you believe in green chemistry, I believe in green chemistry, it's a wonderful thing," he said. "The world out there doesn't fully agree with that. There are people out there that are challenged when they hear the terms. It's largely one of additional education. It's not about arguing with them about why they're different."
So, repeat the lie until it becomes the indoctrinated truth. Gotchya, Rick.
In a brief interview after the event, Snyder declined to address the partisan divide between conservatives and liberals on environmental issues. But he said it's natural for people to "resist the concept of change" until they understand issues thoroughly.
Rick's being honest here. Most folks don't like being fed a line of bullsh!t, and now that they've figured out what a costly lie Al Gore Warming is they have soundly rejected the junk science that has perpetuated the fraud. Rick, have you taken time to notice that even the White House bailed on you?
Asked whether he believes that people are causing climate change, he said: "I'm reinventing Michigan, so I just stay focused on a lot of key issues right in front of us, but climate change is an issue we need to be concerned about."
The MI-GOP is a complete laughingstock among those that consider themself a Conservative.
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