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Democrats taking a nonsensical approach to climate change

Imagine there's a movie about a meteor heading toward earth. It will be here in 12 years. Following Hollywood convention, once you got past the part where the maverick scientist or precocious kid discovering it struggles to convince the world about the threat, you'd expect the president or the military to leap into action.

Congress is usually left out of such plots, but it's not a stretch to imagine that Congress would race to authorize a plan

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