Delivering the official Republican response to the State of the Union, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio dismissed climate change as a challenge beyond government "control," and disappointed environmental activists in the Senator's home state hopeful that Rubio would acknowledge the issue given top billing in President Barack Obama's speech.
"When we point out that no matter how many job-killing laws we pass, our government can't control the weather — [President Obama] accuses us of wanting dirty water and dirty air," said Rubio, who gave the live televised address from the House Speaker's Conference Room.
Rubio's speech also made reference to clean energy sources such as solar and wind energy, but added, "God also blessed America with abundant coal, oil, and natural gas."
ok golden boy first disappoints his constituents, second reference to job killing is code for deregulation, which will result in dirty air and water, so far this guy is trying to beat out Ryan as party chief liar.
gov't never said it could control weather the regulations were aimed at those who pollute through shortcuts and underhanded disposal his benefactors.
he would be a perfect candidate 2016 he already has all the republican criteria to run, and deliver us a win.