11:06 am - Friday September 22, 2017

Jeb Bush suena igual que Rubio sobre el cambio climático y el calentamiento global‏

¿Cree que Marco Rubio es el único político de la Florida que está pensando en lanzarse para presidente, y que ha cuestionado a la ciencia en el proceso de formulación de políticas? Piense de nuevo.

 

Durante una entrevista en agosto del 2011 el ex gobernador de la Florida Jeb Bush dio su opinión sobre el cambio climático y el calentamiento global, y suena muy parecida a la posición de Rubio que sido ridiculizada en los últimos días. En esta entrevista Bush dijo, “…es fácil caer en la trampa creada por la izquierda. Y yo creo que el gobernador Perry, en lo que se refiere a el calentamiento global, tiene todo el derecho de sugerir que no es una certeza que todo es desproporcionadamente causado por el hombre.”

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Vea la entrevista acá: http://youtu.be/5zbUtLPRU6w

 

Con qué razón Bush ha “mantenido su distancia de los reporteros.” El periódico Tampa Bay Times tiene más sobre esta historia:

 

Jeb Bush sounds sort of like Rubio on climate change

·       Tampa Bay Times // Alex Leary

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Jeb Bush has kept a distance from reporters so we haven’t been able to ask about some current issues, including climate change. But an August 2011 interview on Fox News provides a glimpse of his thinking.

Host Neil Cavuto asked Bush about comments from Jon Huntsman who said global warming is real and Republicans can’t ignore it, adding, “Is he right?”

Bush replied: “I think global warming may be real. Whether it’s manmade or not is the point that Governor Perry was opining on, right? And there’s — there’s — it is not unanimous among scientists that is disproportionately manmade. And so have a conversation about this, defend your views. But I think on the left, I get a little tired is this idea that — the sanctimonious idea that somehow science has decided all this and so therefore you can’t have a view.”

That’s along the lines of what Sen. Marco Rubio said recently. Rubio has said the climate is changing, but adds that it always has and he casts doubt on man’s contribution.

Bush went on in 2011: “Science has decided that stem cell research, embryonic stem cell research is the way to go, and if you don’t agree with that, that somehow you are a Cro-Magnon man or something like that, when, in fact, embryonic stem cell research has been successful, it`s adult stem cells that has created scientific discoveries these days.

“So, it’s easy to fall into this trap that is created by the left. And I think Governor Perry, as it relates to global warming, has every right to suggest that it`s not a certainty that it`s all disproportionately manmade.”

The Buzz has asked Bush’s spokeswoman for fresh comments, including on the new scientific report that had bleak findings for Florida and the rest of the country.

 

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