Some reasons why Bush doesn't want you to know about Global warming
Read below, and maybe you'll start to see why it is the GWBush keeps working so hard to keep his country in the dark about "global warming" . Funny how other countries know, and are acting!
"Although George Herbert Walker Bush began his career in the oil industry, he eventually served as a congressman, head of the Republican National Committee, ambassador to the United Nations, director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and vice president and president of the United States."
At the age of two, Bush moved with his parents from Connecticut to Odessa, Texas, where his father embarked on a career in the petroleum business. At Yale, Bush was considered an average student. During Bush€™s time at Yale, college students all over the country began to hold protests about a variety of issues, including protests against U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War (1959-1975). Bush was uncomfortable with the growth of the student protest movement, and he generally refrained from participating in campus politics. Like his father, he first entered the oil industry as a €œlandman,€ someone who helps organize oil-drilling ventures by bringing together geologists, property owners, and investors. In this position, Bush searched property records, studied geological reports, and negotiated deals. His Democratic opponent attacked Bush as an outsider and a newcomer who did not understand the needs of voters in Texas. Bush captured the financial and political support of the oil industry, but his opponent won the support of rural and agricultural voters.
After his loss, Bush resumed his career in the oil industry, starting a series of small, independent oil-exploration companies, including Arbusto Energy Inc.
Critics said he neglected environmental concerns, children€™s health insurance, and rising poverty. Under his watch, Texas continued to rank near the bottom of statistical evaluations of the environment, children€™s health insurance, and childhood hunger."