As Hugh mentioned, Sen. McCain was in CA on Wednesday. Here's more from the LA Times story:
"As for the fight against global warming, an effort that Schwarzenegger made a centerpiece of his reelection campaign, McCain portrayed California as a model for Congress to take action. He voiced support for the kind of mandatory reductions in carbon emissions that California enacted last year."
The Flash Report counters:
... Maybe John McCain should read this.
Okay, enough policy. Here's a strategy to consider:
Every time McCain starts to gain some traction with conservatives, he goes and does something like this. It seems to me that if his staff just locked him in the basement for the next few months, he'd win in a landslide. Maybe a "Weekend at Bernie's" campaign (figuratively speaking, of course) is in order?
On the other hand, this is interesting:
So I guess the question is: Has the conservative paradigm shifted? I know what conservative pundits think. But will Primary Election voters buy into Global Warming? If so, McCain may be ahead of the curve. If not, this is just one more reason for conservatives to question his commitment to conservative values ...