Obama: My Daughter’s Asthma Was Caused by Climate Change
Uh huh. Sure it was…
Obama: Malia’s asthma attack made climate change personal
President Obama says climate change first became a personal issue for him when his 16-year-old daughter was rushed to the hospital 12 years ago after suffering from an asthma attack.
“What I can relate to is the fear a parent has, when your 4-year-old daughter comes up to you and says, ‘Daddy, I’m having trouble breathing.’ The fright you feel is terrible,” the president told ABC News in an interview broadcast Wednesday.
“And if we can make sure that our responses to the environment are reducing those incidents, that’s something that I think every parent would wish for,” Mr. Obama said. “And the good news is there are concrete steps we can take to do something about it.”
A pack of Nicotine gum would probably do more to fight Malia’s asthma than a big government program on climate change.
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