That, anyway, is what we should be hearing from the numbskulls who insisted for eight years that George W. Bush sign that climatically meaningless treaty to -- according to Europe's then-Environment Minister -- instead 'level the playing field for big business' there and here (she didn't quite see exempt Asia coming, now, did she?).
You know the one, that, um, Bill Clinton had already signed (run as slide show and see #6 for the annuncement that has been scrubbed from State's site, which is not quite the same thing as un-signing it, which we did not do). And Team Obama has admitted is premised on a failed model. The U.S. involvement with, or lack thereof, we no longer hear keening over, as of about January 2009. That one.
But, seeing as how we will not, I've put this quick note up at Daily Caller about The Nation's media stunts set for tomorrow to promote a new book by one of their green faves, while pushing cheap and vacuous political points with the global warming set that can't get enough of them.
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