When I think of the GOP presidential candidates, I often think of Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul and Rick Perry.
All of these candidates have a history of promising to save humanity from the ravages of global warming.
However, all three of these men have come under fire for the fact that they are running on a platform of fossil fuels.
As I wrote in September of this year, I’m not surprised that candidates who promise to cut carbon emissions will lose support in the fossil fuel industry.
It’s not as if they are doing anything to save us, they just want to cut taxes and keep their power.
That’s what fossil fuel companies want, and they’re doing everything they can to prevent anyone from challenging them.
The reason is simple: The fossil fuel lobby is trying to shut down anyone who doesn’t agree with them.
So, candidates are pandering to the fossil fuels industry and trying to paint themselves as “green.”
I can tell you that there is a lot of misinformation about the Republican party that’s been out there for years.
For example, the idea that you can only vote for the GOP candidate if you are a fossil fuel supporter is not only untrue, it is also extremely misleading.
It leads people to think that the only way they can vote for a candidate is if they support fossil fuels and the Republican Party.
This is just plain wrong.
For example, in January of this, the New York Times reported that Republican candidates “have been waging an aggressive campaign to undermine the Republican brand in the wake of the party’s embrace of President Barack Obama’s climate agenda.”
So, the Republicans are trying to convince people that they don’t want to be seen as “fossil fuel supporters.”
They are also trying to keep their image as the party of the oil industry.
They’re trying to make it look like they are the party that wants to fight the fossil gas industry.
If you’re a Republican candidate, this is a good thing.
I’m sure you want to keep your vote, but if you’re going to support a party that supports the fossil oil industry, it might as well be for your political career.
It’s also important to remember that it is not the fossil-fuel industry that is going to decide whether you support or oppose fossil fuels in the future.
If a candidate says they are “fiscally conservative,” they are not actually a fiscal conservative.
They are a tax-and-spend type of Republican.
If you are the type of person who believes that we need to have a carbon tax and that we should be cutting back on oil, then you are likely going to vote for fossil fuels regardless of what you think about the candidates who are trying that to save our planet.
So, I think it’s important to note that the fossil industry isn’t the only one who is trying its best to undermine your political support for fossil fuel interests.
You are also going to be voting against the interests of the millions of Americans who are losing their jobs due to climate change.
Furthermore, in many cases, these voters are not even supporting Republican candidates because they believe that they will be rewarded if the Republicans win the White House.
As a result, candidates like Jeb Bush and Rick Santorum are losing support.
For Jeb Bush, it’s because he’s running against the policies of George W. Bush, and the Bush administration has actually been actively trying to promote climate change denial and reduce energy efficiency.
For Rick Santorum he is losing support because he is running against President Obama, and he has been actively working to undermine efforts to combat climate change through a tax on carbon.
It’s clear that the GOP’s climate policies are not working.
This has been a huge issue in this election cycle, and that’s a problem that the Democratic Party will have to address if they want to stay relevant.
If we are going to defeat the GOP, we have to continue to be true to our message of protecting the environment and standing up for people.
While it’s always important to keep the environment at the top of our priorities, the reality is that fossil fuel industries have been working overtime to deny climate change and push their policies in favor of fossil fuel extraction.
So it is up to us as a movement to keep our focus on these issues and fight for climate justice.
With the 2016 election approaching, I have a simple message for candidates and the fossil power industry: If you support the Republican agenda, you will lose your future and your voting base.
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