Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Ex-EPA Chiefs Blame Bush in Global Warming

Is it getting hot in here? Five former Republican leaders of the Environmental Protection Agency blasted President Bush today for a 'failure of leadership' on the issue of Global Warming. Where were they during the 2004 election? Better late than never, I suppose. -IFK Editor

Russell Train, who succeeded Ruckelshaus in the Nixon and Ford administrations, said slowing the growth of "greenhouse" gases isn't enough.

"We need leadership, and I don't think we're getting it," he said at an EPA-sponsored symposium centered around the agency's 35th anniversary. "To sit back and just push it away and say we'll deal with it sometime down the road is dishonest to the people and self-destructive."

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Ex-EPA Chiefs Blame Bush in Global Warming


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