"I do not believe that human activity is causing these dramatic changes to our climate the way these scientists are portraying it,"
Senator Rubio is entitled to his opinion, but think about those words and then scroll through these tweets from various San Diego news sources.
Helpful for parents | What to do with kids during the fires http://t.co/JIcXQX3dAT pic.twitter.com/AWqYNUthuQ
— Matthew T. Hall (@SDuncovered) May 15, 2014
MANY RECORDS will be shattered, during today's extreme heat. Is your city one of them? #NBC7 #SanDiego pic.twitter.com/lFtC86ywVh
— Jodi Kodesh (@NBCJodi) May 15, 2014
LIVE VIDEO: Cal Fire updates efforts to stop San Marco wildfire. Watch now at http://t.co/nh5M93AurI pic.twitter.com/f87oH819hI
— Fox 5 San Diego (@fox5sandiego) May 15, 2014
Homes Destroyed, 21K Evacuated in San Marcos Fire http://t.co/zqpwuXDChs via @nbcsandiego pic.twitter.com/0NMlexLgAY
— Brad Luck (@BradLuckNBC) May 15, 2014
#BREAKING: New mandatory evacuation orders issued for San Marcos fire: http://t.co/juVqIMpe4j pic.twitter.com/Dxs5nsANAf
— 10News (@10News) May 15, 2014
SD COUNTY BRUSHFIRES seen from space. Photo is from Weds. afternoon. @CBS8 pic.twitter.com/SRLrSo7nh9
— CBS News 8 (@CBS8) May 15, 2014
Climate change is not some abstract political science theory for us to debate in intro to political science class. It is real it is happening now, not just in California and it is costing us a lot of money. You would think a fiscal conservative like Senator Marco Rubio would at least get on board with the disaster relief dollars we are pouring into the places like California, New Orleans, even his home state of Florida after massive hurricanes. Of course it is easier to play to the lowest common denominator and deny deny deny while places like California burn, burn, burn.