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Sanders mocks House Science Committee for promoting article denying climate change: Was his criticism in bad taste?

  • Yes, I think so.

    Climate change is real and anyone denying it should be held up for ridicule and scorn. Breitbart is acting as a shill for the fossil fuel industry by promoting junk science, so kudos to Bernie for calling them and the House Science Committee out. House Science Committee posting on climate change doesn't link to Scientific American, doesn't link to Nature, shoot they don't even link to National Geographic! Noooooo! on climate change the House Science Committee links to Brietbart.

  • No it was not.

    Climate change is real and promoting an article that denies it is not doing anyone any good. The truth needs to come out and do his will not happen if there are government sponsored programs that are working at suppressing the truth and keeping the American public in the dark in order to serve corporate interests.

  • No, Sanders' criticism of the House Science Committee for denying climate change was not in bad taste

    No, Sanders' criticism of the House Science Committee for denying climate change was not in bad taste. He was expressing his view which is his right and responsibility. Normally, it would seem that mocking them was in poor taste and that he should have addressed the matter in a better way. However, the idea that a Congressional Committee would promote and article denying climate change is ludicrous and deserves to be mocked.

  • No, his criticism was not in bad taste.

    No, his criticism was not in bad taste. Everyone needs to recognize that climate change is the most serious problem affecting our planet. We cannot sit back any longer. We must begin to change. Sanders is right to call out others for their lack of recognition. We must save our planet.


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