Friday, August 10, 2012
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York came to campaign for Congressman Martin Heinrich's Senate campaign in Albuquerque and Santa Fe on Friday evening. She won her seat after Hillary Clinton became Secretary of State. She is running for a full six year term.
Both Gillibrand and Heinrich, in front of a nice gathering at the home of former Attorney General Patsy Madrid, promised that the issue of climate change would come back on the radar after the election. It better had because we don't want to see cows and people fighting over an ear of corn as crops fail in a heat induced drought. I am not sure how they will deal with the wacko anti environment crowd in DC, but they need to concentrate on this. This is no laughing matter. And when Obama is reelected he better get on board.