For my own records, if I need to refer to what a crock of bull this widely-media-covered instance is: The Economist's Blog: Democracy in America, and in case that URL ever goes dead, it links to two more scienc-ey blogs, Tim Lambert and Things Break.
I'd also note that the Economist's #1 "most recommended" comment is from a climate change denialist discussing one of the other supposed problems revealed by the e-mails (again, which would not even be important if not widely covered by Fox and other television stations), namely, that one of the e-mails talks about keeping two denialist papers out of the IPCC report, by nearly any means necessary. The truth is that those two papers _were_ in the IPCC report, so nothing was ever squelched, and the further truth is that, after being published, they were both found to be full of holes... un-publish-worthy in the first place.
The Democracy in America blog author, undoubtedly not anti-business, fails to see the utility in spreading doubt, not science. Even if the oil/coal/gas industry can't disprove global warming, there is infinite utility if no one believes it is true. At least, with rational people, one can argue and point to numbers, he should try debating the falsities of religion sometime!