Survey: California's Ethnic Minoritie...

Survey: California's Ethnic Minorities Want State to Act Now on Global Warming

There are 2 comments on the Skanner Seattle story from Aug 12, 2012, titled Survey: California's Ethnic Minorities Want State to Act Now on Global Warming. In it, Skanner Seattle reports that:

A large majority of California's adult African Americans and Latinos want the state government to start reducing greenhouse gases and emissions immediately rather than wait for the economy and the jobs picture to improve, a new statewide survey found.

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#1 Aug 12, 2012
I can hardly believe this! only a crazy frootloop place like California could ever make this into a racial issue. I suppose this is based on the Liberal idea that somehow, "ethnic " people are more caring about the planet. Well, they aren't . Aborigines ruined Australia's ecology thousands of years ago with a Stone Age burn and hunt economy, just one example. THis is one of the most ridiculous bits of liberal looniness for years.

Union City, CA

#2 Aug 13, 2012
Wow playing the race card on this issue. A new low for journalism.

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