Tuesday, September 22, 2009

U.S. Stalling Climate Summit

Congressional deadlock is bliss. Deadlock means no new laws. Perhaps there should be a new law: for every new law, two old ones are eliminated.

Today's news from the global warmists is that the U.S. Senate is so caught up in the game of passing healthcare, they don't have time for the environment.

The stagnation on the global-warming from is being sold as bad news, but it actually comes across as good news. Good news for America and our sovereignty.
In Brussels, European Union officials have grown increasingly frustrated at the US stance, saying it has fallen short on both its level of ambition to reduce emissions and on offering aid to developing nations.

“So far, we thought the basic problem was the Chinese and the Indians. But now I think the problem appears to lie most clearly with the US,” a European Commission official said. Talks were “not going well”.

European officials say the Obama administration lacks focus because its top talent is wrapped up in the all-consuming debate over healthcare.

Prompted by remarks last week by Harry Reid, the US Senate majority leader, that cap and trade legislation might be pushed back to next year, John Bruton, the EU ambassador to the US, blamed the Senate for holding up the global agenda.
The Dems are so preoccupied with one social program, they are slipping on their second favorite. Good news. Let them fail on both. And who really cares what the UN thinks anyway. Nothing more than a useless, corrupt, cash-consuming bunch of worthless bureaucrats. Those are their good qualities.

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