It’s no secret that Republican presidential contender Newt Gingrich has had a soft spot for climate change in the past. He sat on a couch with Nancy Pelosi talking about how we can all work together to solve global warming. He even wrote a book about our collective obligation to care for the planet, the sequel to which is currently in the works. But now that he’s running for the GOP nomination, Gingrich has cooled on global warming—and cut a chapter about the topic by a distinguished climate scientist from his new book. — Mother Jones
And Newt’s sycophants will GLADLY help him argue his hypocritical and all-too-common flip-flopping. Here’s the first, and very amusing, comment from a Miami Herald article, counselling Newt on how to respond to his constantly changing beliefs — Rasmussen Poll: Gingrich 41%, Romney 32% in Florida:
Posted by: Raymond Koepsell | January 23, 2012 at 10:08 AM
Racial dog whistling? You bet! That’s a winner with the Republican base. Climate change? Sounds too socialist or French… and definitely not as important as NASCAR.