How Sandy Got Obama Elected

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The powerful winds of Hurricane Sandy seem to have blown in the direction of President Barack Obama.At least that was the general consensus among political pundits on the Sunday talk shows who also expressed surprise that the devastation caused by rising waters and Sandy’s high winds have put the issue of climate change at center stage in a presidential race where environmental policy was hardly mentioned.The damage along the East Coast caused by 70 mph winds and surging tides – projected to cost as much as $50 billion – may indeed end up a deciding factor, but polls suggest it is still an election that is just too close to call.  Dr Michael Zey , Professor at Montcalir State University, author of “Ageless Nation”, “The Future Factor, “Seizing the Future”, and several other books.  For more information on Dr. Zey go here: show sponsored by