17 Oct '12, 7am

Obama and Romney spar over energy in second debate, ignore climate yet again

Obama and Romney spar over energy in second debate, ignore climate yet again

Of course, the candidates still could have mentioned climate change during their discussions about energy, and they didn’t. Instead, President Obama and Mitt Romney both reiterated their all-too-familiar talking points — Obama talking about an “all of the above” energy policy and putting some emphasis on a clean energy future, Romney talking about an “all of the above” energy policy and putting a lot of emphasis on the dirty fuels of the past.

Full article: http://grist.org/politics/obama-and-romney-spar-over-ener...

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