Should We Blame Gore?

Dec 11 2010 @ 6:13pm

Iceber-grafiti

Sean Carroll considers Randy Olson's argument that Al Gore may have done more harm than good with his climate change agenda:

Between January and September of 2010, Jay Leno made more jokes about Al Gore than about Sarah Palin. You read that right. This is while Palin was promoting books, making TV specials, stumping for candidates, and basically in the news every day, while Gore was — doing what exactly? Once Al Gore became the unofficial spokesperson for concern about climate change, it was increasingly inevitable that Republicans would deny it on principle.

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