I think there is a debate about whether it's caused by mankind or whether it's caused naturally, but it's a worthy debate. It's a debate, actually, that I'm in the process of solving by advancing new technologies, burning coal cleanly in electric plants, or promoting hydrogen-powered automobiles, or advancing ethanol as an alternative to gasoline.
Goodness! First we're told there's a debate (even though all but the most deluded of us are aware that there isn't); then the Prez tells us that he's solving the debate (as though a debate is a puzzle or something); then he tells us that he's solving the debate in ways that make clear that the side of the non-existent "debate" that he can never ever ever admit is right actually is right (otherwise, why do any of that stuff?).
And then there's the wording: apparently Bush is personally advancing new technologies, he's personally burning coal cleanly, he's personally promoting hydrogen-powered vehicles, and he's personally advancing ethanol. He's doing all that stuff personally, in the same way that Al Gore personally created the Internet. What do you want to bet that Bush's statement will be read the same way Gore's was? Nothing? Yeah, that's the smart bet.
After more than five years of the "Uniter and Decider", I for one still miss the "Joker, Smoker, and Midnight Toker".