Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul told an Iowa gathering of rural interests that he is “for the seasons” when asked about climate change.
Earlier in the week, Paul told Glenn Beck, “man might well have an influence on [climate change]. The unknown question is how much is man and how much is nature.”
“This is a question I love to ask to the apocalyptic crowd, the alarmists,” Paul added. “How much is man and how much is nature? Do you acknowledge nature has been changing the climate, nature has had an atmosphere with much higher carbon than we’ve had today, and much lower. How much is man? How do you give a proportionality to how much is man and how much is nature? They seem to think it is like 99.99 percent man, and nothing nature. They don’t even acknowledge the natural climate.”