This climate change politicisation is something I never got. Why is it a political issue, when it’s actually a social one. And why is GOP hopping from foot to foot?

The Atlantic article states:

“If conservatives fail to put forward our own agenda, climate change policy will likely go the way of health care—the Democrats owned the answers, and we ended up with Obamacare,” Faison wrote in a Politico op-ed.

The freshest Politico article, states something worth solving.

The Republican tactics are partly aimed at an audience abroad: countries that have long expressed doubts about the sincerity of the United States’ climate efforts.

And  Nate Silver, a while back, had done some number crunching which HuffPo had contested, and others had too. Someone give me the summary.

Is there something I don’t understand?

Meanwhile, back in motherland, Mr. Modi, sticks to the generic right wing stance, with a bit of philosophy to boot.

“Climate hasn’t changed, we’ve changed”, it seems. Dude, please read up no? For the sake of the little girl who rehearsed so much before asking the question? (/v @prsng)

Full disclosure: I live in Singapore, and as a full blown weatherwhiner, I’d love to see the damn climate change. Would love to see some snow here.