I would like to say that the urge to say 'I told you so' really is to be resisted at all costs.
As a convert myself I don't think it worthy to attack a changed position and I will confess that I have a streak of respect overall for the man. I think he made an arse of himself with the AGW debate but I was a former proponent of AGW myself. He can't quite bring himself to say he was wrong with AGW ..yet...but he will and will more readily do so if he feels he ain't going to get his head shot off the moment he raises it.
He is going through a painful transition and should be supported through it as the force is at least moderately strong with him and a powerful ally he would make....yeeeeerrse....
Am I being too fair?
No - not being too fair, although I've never believed in AGW - it's a red herring designed to throw us off the scent and away from resource depletion due to population numbers. When the Green Party had a policy on population growth I voted for them in local elections. I think they dropped it around the same time our New Labour overlords decided to make us a multi cult nightmare of a country. So I
I'm still not convinced about nuclear power, but only from point of view of the fact that we've imported a load of medieval nutters into our midst and Govt policy is to get as many of them into these types of institiutions as possible. Duh!
What has made the political elite so suicidal on our behalf for the last 50 years?