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Jeb Bush 'Concerned' about Climate Change Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Tue, Apr 21, 2015, 03:23 AM

$ 1AAabbbccbashclimate.jpgWhen Jeb Bush is not touting the virtues of his 'Common Core' education plan, he's hobnobbing with 'Limousine Liberals' to express his concerns over Climate Change.

The Daily Caller reports that, "Jeb Bush told a crowd in New Hampshire Friday that the “climate is changing and I am concerned about that.” Jeb added that the U.S. must “[b]e cognizant of the fact that we have this climate change issue and we need to work with the rest of the world to negotiate a way to reduce carbon emissions.”

NexGen is quoted as saying that, "In the coming weeks, we urge Jeb Bush to outline his specific plan to reduce carbon emissions and tackle the greatest challenge of our generation.  Providing strong solutions to reduce carbon emissions will not only mitigate the impacts of climate change but also strengthen our economy and create good-paying jobs across the country.”

According to the Daily Caller, "Environmentalists with the group NextGen Climate Action were quick to praise Bush for his statement, saying that he “demonstrated leadership today on the issue of climate change — distancing himself from the other Republican presidential hopefuls and demonstrating why climate change doesn’t have to be a partisan issue.”

Jeb Bush believes that endorsing President Barack Obama's carbon trading treaty is a surefire method to win the GOP nomination for the White House in 2016.

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