“So would you take legislative action?” Kasich’s response: “Let’s not get carried away.”
Kasich: "I happen to believe there is a problem with climate change,” he told The Hill. “I don’t want to overreact to it, I can’t measure it all, but I respect the creation that the Lord has given us and I want to make sure we protect it.” But don’t mistake him for a climate warrior. He holds the dubious distinction of making Ohio the first state to freeze its renewable portfolio standard (RPS), which, before being frozen, had created 25,000 jobs and spurred at least $1 billion in private sector investment.
Carly Fiorina: 'I think it’s ridiculous for the Obama Administration to call ISIS a “strategic distraction,” and then go on to climate change is the single most pressing National Security issue of our time.'