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Mitch Daniels

The two columns below show quotes (left column) from Mitch Daniels paired with what the science says (right column). Click on text in right column for full details.

Quotes by Mitch Daniels vs What the Science Says
"I don’t know if the CO2 zealots are right, but I don’t care, because we can’t afford to do what they want to do. Unless you want to go broke, in which case the world isn’t going to be any greener. Poor nations are never green."
14 June 2010 (Source)

The benefits of a price on carbon outweigh the costs several times over.

"even if the zealots had their way, and the most extreme measures were taken, by their own computer models, we don’t move the world thermometer at all. "
4 April 2010 (Source)

If every nation agrees to limit CO2 emissions, we can achieve significant cuts on a global scale.

"There’s been nothing but dubious news about the science of all this now for about a year, including apparent scientific wrongdoing. "
4 April 2010 (Source)

A number of investigations have cleared scientists of any wrongdoing in the media-hyped email incident.

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