Alex Massie Alex Massie

A Rare Question To Which The Answer Is Actually Yes

Paging John Rentoul and Oliver Kamm for this exception to the general rule that most questions asked in the press are best answered in the negative. Here’s Eliot Spitzer  – or, as Radley Balko puts it, “disgraced former tyrannical prosecutor Eliot Spitzer” – flying this beauty:

After reading the Gettysburg Address, does the idea of a carbon tax to finally move us away from an oil and old-energy dependence that is fouling not only the Gulf of Mexico but our entire climate, foreign policy, and economy seem so outrageous?

Why, yes it does! If, that is, it’s the Gettysburg Address that acts...

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