I am not sure what the argument of this post is. I'd also like to point out that a significant portion of Republicans believe climate change is an issue.
The point is that climate change is a thing. Some Republicans in positions of power deny that human activity or the burning of fossil fuel has a direct correlation to the climate crisis that we now find ourselves in.
Personally, I do have a problem with the Republican platform. I cannot ask my neighbors to conform to their vision of the future or lack thereof. I am willing to state that I do not agree with all facets of the Democratic Party either. However, given the fact that I find myself embedded in a two party system I am forced to choose the one that reflects an America that I can live with. Neither of these parties can I be "all in" with, but when choosing elected officials I find myself unable to reconcile Republican values with my own. Far more Republicans deny climate change than Democrats and for that reason alone I cannot justify voting for a Republican.
I wish the Green Party was viable, but in the current election cycle they are not. I will not cast a vote for a man I find repugnant. Nor can I throw away my vote on a third party that garners 2% of the polls.
I should have saved my comments on Inhofe for another time. My apologies for confusing the issues.
Edited by queenbee1, 05 November 2016 - 05:54 AM.