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If you're so rich, why are you dumb?
December 6, 2010 - Harry Eagar
Ted Turner, not my go-to guy on climate anyway, bids for dumb climate remark of the week in an interview with Bloomberg.
He thinks Obama made a "big mistake" by going for health care instead of an energy bill aimed at climate.
Nut graf: " 'The climate bill is much more important than health care because the climate situation is about life and death whereas the health-care bill was much more limited,' Turner, 72, said."
Yeah, because health is not about life or death, or something, I guess.
You'd think after being snookered so badly by Steve Case, Turner would be more circumspect.
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