Aristotle-to-Ricardo-to-Hayek turn the double play way better than Plato-to-Rousseau-to-Rawls
Well, you KNOW what they'll claim about this one: "Well, Mr. Clinton inherited the results of the bad policies of the Reagan/Bush era, while Mr. Bush enjoyed the fruits of the Clinton era environmental efforts".LOL.
Even apart from the unsupported assumption in such a claim, I note that basic economics normally dictates that additional marginal reductions in pollution are more difficult/expensive than earlier ones. Advantage--again--Bush.
It has never been about the actual quality of the environment. It is about saying the correct things about the environment, a proxy for being a member of one tribe versus another.The European method, making dramatic statements about the environment (or anything, actually) while somehow neglecting to do anything constructive, is more to their liking.My Turing code is "hippers."
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