Saturday, June 28, 2014

When everything that comes out of their father's mouth is a lie...they will believe anything...

Via Politico:
The president was speaking on the first anniversary of his major climate speech at Georgetown University. He acknowledged that there’s more work to be done on climate change, but he said he’s working to “build momentum” for future efforts.
“When you take those first steps, even if they’re hard, even if they’re halting sometimes, you start building momentum and you start mobilizing larger and larger communities,” he said, adding, “Every step makes a difference.”
And he said young people largely support acting on climate change — citing his own daughters as an example.
“You talk to Malia, you talk to Sasha, you talk to your kids or your grandkids — this is something they get,” he said. “They don’t need a lot of persuading.”

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