The recent climate change march in New York City was well-attended, with a variety of issues presented tangentially to global warming -- but largely aimed at targeting climate change deniers. Will Cain and S.E. Cupp of Cain & Cupp on TheBlaze Radio have a simple way to win any argument with a climate change activist: Agree with their premise, that it exists, and then say, "now what?"
Protesters take part in the 'Flood Wall Street' demonstrations and march on September 22, 2104 in lower Manhattan , preceding the United Nations's 'Climate Summit 2014: Catalyzing Action' in New York. (TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)
Here's all you have to do, according to Cain:
By giving them the premise that is the purpose of their life, man is causing climate change. I am unconvinced of that fact, by the way, SE. I don't care. If I confront one of those people, my first thing to say will be, 'you're right.'
Cupp agreed, and had a slogan that gets to the crux of the matter: "Climate change is real, and man is behind it. That's it. Now what?"
What do you think? Listen here (the conversation starts up at approximately the 42 minute-mark):
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