yes, everyone is entitled to their own viewpoint on things, regardless of whether they are right or wrong. If Republicans believe that the ozone hole is a myth, they are entitled to express it, and put forward their opinion. It is up to history to judge if they were right or wrong in this approach.
Yes, if Republicans feel the need to complain about the ozone hole myth and how the problem is really not as complicated as it is said to be, then by all means do so. Unfortunately, it is not good to have a party that complains or as some would call it whines it makes for a weak attitude.
My first problem with this question has to do with the ozone hole, pretty sure it's not a myth, although it's not as big as it once was. Secondly, I don't think it's a simple problem, we still don't know how to fix it. Lastly, why on Earth would Republicans complain about this?
Republicans should not complain about the "ozone hole myth" because the ozone hole was and is a real problem. There is little point in debating that issue here, as there is ample scientific evidence that CFC's deplete ozone. Instead I will briefly mention that denying scientific evidence and claiming things that are easily proven to be myths will reduce the Republicans credibility on other issues, even ones where they stand on better footing. Fighting a pointless losing battle on the ozone hole could cost them support on things like school vouchers or 'right to work' laws where they can make a better case to the public.
Republicans love to complain about anything that liberals support, this includes the hole in the ozone layer. There is a hole in the ozone layer, it has been proven. They should stop complaining and do some actual work to fix the problem, and look to compromise with liberals. Their complaints also lead to more of a divide between the two parties, and prevents them from compromising and fixing issues.