How interesting that Mr. DeBin would choose a fairytale from Hollywood to demonstrate his points about the Climate Stewardship Act, which is itself a fairytale being delivered to the American public from the radical environmental left.
Even the scientists associated with the environmental movement have stated that the movie "The Day After Tomorrow" has no basis in scientific fact. Then Mr. DeBin states that a recent Zogby poll shows that 79 percent of the American public believes that America should curb greenhouse emissions. In actuality, the Zogby poll he refers to never asked if America's greenhouse gas emissions should be curbed. It instead asked five separate questions and none of the responses to those questions ever generated a 79 percent response. In fact this poll only involved 1,008 people who were so-called "likely voters" whatever that means, out of an approximate population of 293,600,000, hardly a "scientific poll" and involved very pro-environmental movement biased questions, proving once again that poll numbers can be made to say whatever the pollster wishes them to say.