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Let's focus on global pollution

Regarding John Carlson's column, "The cooling of global warming," global warming is boutique science (and I use the word science loosely) which is over-hyped and over-rated.

Now, of course, they are trying to hedge their bets by calling it "Global Climate Change." They say, “We don't know if it is getting warmer or getting colder, or that it isn’t too late already, but (they explain patiently yet breathlessly to the obviously inferior doubting intellect), we simply must do something about it, whatever it is, and whether or not it is really happening, and whether or not we can make a difference. We like solar, wind, and hybrids.”

And they dare call this science? Or leadership?

Global pollution is what we need to get excited about. It is real, it is proven, and we can do something about it. Wake up America and stop listening to the ranting of charlatans and pseudo-intellectuals (sorry for the inconvenient truth, Al.)

David Rogers

Bellevue

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