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Sen. John McCain on climate change: ‘I just leave the issue alone because I don’t see a way through it’ – ‘I try to get involved in issues were I see a legislative result’

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Q. You used to be very engaged on the issue of climate change?

McCain: I’m still interested in it. And I think there are a lot of things that we can do like this transition that we’re making to natural gas thanks to our resources and I still believe in nuclear power as one of the big parts of the answers, and that’s almost impossible to get. And I think we need to address greenhouse gas emissions. But I try to get involved in issues were I see a legislative result… But there’s going to be no movement in the Congress of the United States certainly this year and probably next year. So I just leave the issue alone because I don’t see a way through it, and there are certain fundamentals, for example nuke power, that people on the left will never agree with me on. So why should I waste my time when I know the people on the left are going to reject nuclear power? I don’t believe that you can really succeed in reducing greenhouse gases unless you have a lot of nuclear power plants. They’re against them. Well, okay, I move on to other issues.

Read more: John McCain Speaks Out on Ukraine, Syria, Barack Obama, Climate Change | TIME.com

http://swampland.time.com/2014/03/02/john-mccain-ukraine-barack-obama-climate-change-ted-cruz/#ixzz2v0LJebtY

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