Daniel Schrag, a Harvard climatologist, is disgusted at the way the democratic process handles his issue. So disgusted, in fact, he issues a veiled threat:
I am not counting on government, or at least this government, to lead us toward a solution. As our leaders accept the outrageous spectacle I saw the other day as just a normal day in Congress, we will have to take the first step without them.
Did he really just say that? Because the political process is not going the direction he would like fast enough, has Schrag decided that justifies extra-political, perhaps extra-legal, action?
If global warming alarmists decide that the U.S. Constitution does not constrain them, then that really is a catastrophe.