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Date Posted: 18:55:42 06/18/17 Sun
Author: :-)
Subject: Ok, so I have a question. What is against conserving natural resources and emitting fewer polutants?
In reply to: Too much deception to take seriously. 's message, "That was already going to happen in the 1970s and 1980s. Too much crying wolf. actual recorded temps have been changed to fit the models." on 10:22:50 06/12/17 Mon

It seems like that would be the more (small c) conservative policy and the way to be steward's of the earth which is a Christian value/teaching and yet it is the so called Conservative Christian right who tends to speak out against protecting natural resources and using renewables.

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