'Gore mobilized liberals, but, once he became the global warming spokesman, no Republican could stand shoulder to shoulder with him and survive. Any slim chance of building a bipartisan national consensus was gone.'
Climate Depot Response: 'Add in the fact that the global warming movement used the scandal ridden UN as the source of their science and you have double epic fail.'
'But Morano plays smart, too. He's a favorite of Fox News & of Rush Limbaugh, & he and his colleagues have used those platforms to make it anathema for any GOP politician to publicly express a belief in the reality of climate change. Take Newt Gingrich. Hounded by Morano,Gingirch was forced to recant again & again. His dalliance with the truth about CO2 hurt him more among the GOP faithful than any other single 'failing'
Santorum: 'I for one understand just from science that there are 100 factors that influence the climate. To suggest that one minor factor of which man's contribution is a minor factor in the minor factor is determining ingredient in sauce that affects entire global warming & cooling is just absurd on its face and...unfortunately politicians who happen to be running for the GOP nomination for president who bought into man-made global warming and bought into cap-and-trade'
At the 28:25 mark, the host refers to Marc Morano as 'Marc Moronic' -- At the 31:10, D.R. Tucker says that Morano went after him, and ;whatever he [Morano] is for, politically, I am against...Any ideology that tolerates that sort of behavior is a movement or an ideology that is intellectually dead as opposed to science, which is intellectually alive'
'The Romney campaign exploited a 2008 video in which Gingrich and Pelosi cooperated to promote action on climate change. Those attacks intensified when the campaign suggested that liberal billionaire George Soros helped to underwrite the video by giving $5 million in 2008 to the Alliance for Climate Protection, the nonprofit championed by Al Gore that produced the clip'
Marc Morano: "Whether milk production increases or decreases, you can rest assured the experts will blame 'climate change!' If you pick both teams to win the Super Bowl, you can always safely say, you predicted the winner!"
HSBC: Stuart Kirk's perfectly reasonable comments: “Who cares if Miami is six metres underwater in 100 years? Amsterdam has been six metres underwater for ages, and that’s a really nice place. We will cope with it,” he said.