The statistical I quote I gave was not something that Romney said, but was in reference to the link earlier in my argument. However, I am sure Romney was just making an off-the-cuff remark, but if policy decisions had to be made, you better believe he would defer to the expert opinions of those he trusts and are environmental experts. Again, Romney is a businessman and politician not a scientist. That's why they have cabinet members and various experts in his administration that would help him make more educated decisions.
As for trouble with percentages. I get what you are referencing, but overall he's been pretty good with numbers and doing quite well as a businessman.
Here' are some other fun articles for you to ponder as you cling to your belief that "climate change" will one day doom us all.
This one says global warming started before the industrial age.
This one says that there is a build up of ice in Antarctica.
So I ask which is it? Warming or freezing? And as humans, have we really made much of an impact? I'd say no.