Obama Hits on Climate Change at State of the Union 2013

Called it - climate change is a big point in Obama's address to congress and the nation tonight. Thank goodness for someone who believes in science!

 

Called it again - President says he will take action using executive power if Congress will not act - can't wait to hear the rebuttal on this one "Obama wants to usurp power from the people!" At least he is using to protect our environment and thus our homes. Wants to create an "energy trust," interesting idea - and I'm glad he is challenging the US citizens to help reduce useage.

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