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At this point I think that although it is close I would have to say that there has been more propaganda on man made global warming.
Eventhough there is a significant scientific community that is not convinced, those that oppose this idea are compared to holocaust deniers (this was on a History Channel special). It is ridiculous. There are facts on both sides and both sides should be considered. Calling those that disagree holocaust deniers is pure propaganda.
I agree that the earth is warming. I am not convinced that it is all man's fault. I believe that it could be a natural cycle of the earth, and we do not have records going back far enough to say for sure one way or another. While man may be at least partially at fault, I am not yet willing to take all of the blame, there needs to be more facts, more debate, and less name-calling on this issue.
I think that this is true to a certain extent. I believe that McCain will be the next President and I am sure that there are some people that will vote for him out of racism towards Obama. This is very sad. The real reason that people should vote for him is that he has the experience to run a nation.
I like Barack Obama, and in a few more years I would probably vote for him. However, at this point in time I do not believe that he has the necessary experience to be President of the United States. He is a junior senator from Illinois. That is not enough experience!