The "Savages" director says: "I think there's kind of a weird statement coming right after ... Mother Nature cannot be ignored."
With less than a week to go before Election Day, Oliver Stone is sounding off on Hurricane Sandy and President Obama and Mitt Romney's lack of debate on the issue of climate change.
"I was a little disappointed at the third debate when neither of them talked about climate control and the nature of the situation on Earth," the controversy-courting Savages director told The Huffington Post.
"I think there's kind of a weird statement coming right after ... this is a punishment ... Mother Nature cannot be ignored. That's all I thought about," he said of Sandy's destructive tear through the East Coast.
Stone also revealed that he voted early for Obama, partly attributing his decision to the president's capacity to "brilliantly" perform during his showdowns with Romney.