YES! Both will be asked about this gravely important issue.
20%
NO! Talk will focus on the cleanup, not the cause, of Sandy.
80%

Comments

dianhow 9 years 34 weeks ago

Fox & cohorts have ' convinced' people that Global warming does NOT exist Mass Ignorance is very dangerous

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HalFonts 9 years 34 weeks ago

36% of our expected vote-by-mail ballots are already logged in being pre-processed, with more arriving in the pipeline. After more than one miserable long year, this election is all but over. Even if the candidates were to discuss Global Change, most voters are so sick of filthy politics that they won't be listening. Start packing folks. We've had our chance, made billions -- one big GOTV push for the late voters, and it'll be time to go home and count our loot.

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rob321pgh 9 years 34 weeks ago

I Voted no but some pundent should ask the question

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