Re: [asa] Why the opposition to global warming

From: Bill Hamilton <>
Date: Mon Feb 05 2007 - 18:32:15 EST

--- David Opderbeck <> wrote:

> *I was a YAF belonging - National Review subscribing - Goldwater applauding
> -conservative candidate door knocking - card carrying conservative. So I
> know a bit about it from the inside.*
> Really! I knew there was a spark of something in there somewhere...
> Remember, even Darth Vader eventually came back from the Dark Side :-)
[big snip]
> At the end of the day, then, I think the comparison between the civil rights
> movement and global warming is superficial at best.
This may be true, but I think what George was driving at was the consequences
of being on the wrong side. I take that seriously, while agreeing with you that
the case for environmental action -- on the scale the environmentalists seem to
be calling for -- is less clear than it was in the case of civil rights.

Bill Hamilton
William E. Hamilton, Jr., Ph.D.
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