|The Contrast Couldn’t be Clearer
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Did you catch Mitt Romney’s convention speech last night, when he openly mocked climate science? We don’t think there’s anything remotely funny about droughts and extreme weather… or about Romney’s disastrous energy plan.
The Romney dirty energy plan brought Big Coal and Big Oil lobbyists out of the woodwork in Tampa. Big polluters’ allies are lining up to support Romney’s vision of unrestricted drilling, unregulated pollution, and unprecedented industry profits.
After Romney’s dirty oil and coal energy plan was laid out last night, the contrast between his vision and the accomplishments of the Obama administration couldn’t be clearer.
It’s no surprise that Big Oil’s richest lobbyists from the American Petroleum Institute held the largest, most extravagant party at the convention. A Romney administration would give them unfettered access to drill off our coasts and protected areas and the ability to make even greater record-breaking profits at our expense.
We can’t allow the White House to be taken over by big polluters.
Share our infographic on Facebook and Twitter. Show your friends the amazing accomplishments we’ve made in the first Obama administration, and the utter nightmare that we would face with a pro-polluter Romney presidency.
There’s a good reason big polluters are so fired up about the Romney-Ryan plan: It offers a very clear vision for America’s energy future… a path that contrasts wildly with the one set out by the Obama administration.
The Romney-Ryan energy plan is beginning to make some serious noise. Dirty energy industry lobbyists are working the phones, pumping money into Romney’s campaign coffers, and trying to build momentum to make the plan a reality. By the time Election Day comes around, they hope to have the Romney-Ryan plan firmly entrenched in Washington, ready to roll out in a new Congress or a new White House.
With the battle lines so clearly drawn, we need your help to make sure everyone understands the stakes for our environment this election.
Thanks for all you do to protect the environment,
Sierra Club Political Director
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