Tuesday, November 12, 2013
"(New Jersey Governor Chris) Christie has certainly been willing to buck his party before--whether he hugged President Obama or not, he didn't shy away from working with him after Sandy, even though it angered some Mitt Romney supporters. My state's voters rewarded him for it with a landslide victory Tuesday. As he starts courting the votes of an entire country experiencing the increased effects of climate change, maybe that'll be a lesson for him."
So writes Scott Dodd, editor of the Natural Resources Defense Council's On Earth blog.
His piece, Brilliant Disguise? was republished yesterday by the Huffington Post.
Give it a read and let us know what do you think in the comment box below.
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