When asked about climate change at the vice-presidential debate, Gov. Sarah Palin said, "I don't want to argue about the causes. What I want to argue about is, how are we going to get there to positively affect the impacts?"
Generally speaking, if we don't know what the cause of a given problem is, but we know there is indeed a problem, how do we devise a strategy capable of adequately addressing it? Or, in the words of Gov. Palin, "...how are we going to get there to positively affect the impact" (whatever that means).
In The much-ballyhooed vice-presidential debate, the issue of climate change received a bit of attention, but neither candidate was really pushed to develop their statements much beyond their original answers (Biden on his recent comment in a rope-line that the Obama-Biden ticket didn't support clean coal and Palin on her waffling position on the causes of climate change). But the format didn't really allow for deeper exploration either. >>Read the rest of this story at Red, Green, and Blue
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