Obama vows new fight over climate change

  • Article by: RICHARD W. STEVENSON and JOHN M. BRODER , New York Times
  • Updated: January 21, 2013 - 8:15 PM

He plans a new campaign built around his executive powers.

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avejoeconJan. 21, 13 8:32 PM

Oh good, even MORE regulations that will slow the economic growth that is already HALF of just an average recovery!

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rudo1212Jan. 21, 13 9:24 PM

"...a deliberately paced but aggressive campaign built around the use of his executive powers to sidestep congressional opposition." I can't even imagine what kind of damage this guy is capable of doing with this kind of stiff-arm approach. As a president whose run ends after this term, watch how he circumvents Congress to get everything he wants on his way out the door. That's what a narcissist does. Liberals talk about cleaning up Bush's mess? Watch for the trail of wreckage Obama leaves behind.

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bluedevil101Jan. 21, 13 9:28 PM

Let's do more work around green energy so we can power our cars and get to work.

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hecklesJan. 22, 13 3:09 AM

Global warming, schmobal warming. I'm with the conservatives, who needs an ecosystem anyway?

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Jakein08Jan. 22, 13 6:05 AM

Opposing view from the Koch brothers, what a shock! The people are on to this teapublican, money first-good of the country second, governing. We finally have a President who is willing to fight the most important battle of our time!

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rexmanJan. 22, 13 8:31 AM

"...he failed to win passage of comprehensive legislation to reduce emissions of the gases that cause global warming."

The above passage is a perfect example of the blatant propagandizing that passes for objective reporting on environmental issues. There is not one shred of empirical evidence to support this statement, which is nothing more than an unproven hypothesis that is here presented as "settled science."

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theagonybhoJan. 22, 1310:49 AM

Great spend your second term chasing a ghost.

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esandeenJan. 22, 1311:36 AM

"Obama vows new fight?" I think he vowed to take further action against the threat; whether he gets a fight depends a lot more on how others react. I don't think he "vowed a new fight," that's lazy headline writing in my opinion.

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