Oh, this should generate some hate mail for the Washington Post:
The White House released a third iteration of the “U.S. National Climate Assessment,” claiming it is “the most comprehensive scientific assessment ever generated of climate change and its impacts across every region of America and major sectors of the U.S. economy.” The report emphasizes the need for “urgent action to combat the threats from climate change.” Well, here are five reasons voters don’t believe what the White House says on climate change…
…and proceeds to relentlessly list said reasons, which are: overreach; hypocrisy; hyper-partisanship; the impossibility of foreign cooperation; and a general inability to trust the government when it says anything. Absolutely, read the whole thing: I could have written it. That it showed up in the Washington Post amuses me; that it showed up under their PostPartisan label* makes me anticipate the screaming even more.
I must say, this new Era of Bezos has its points.
Moe Lane (crosspost)
*Oh, I understand the pun. I expect, however, that the radical religious fundamentalist crackpots who will get all het up over the perceived attack on their odd nature worship will not.