Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Obama And White House Out Of Touch With Reality

We know MSNBC is owned by General Electric (do a search on this blog for more information), and we know GE stands to benefit from climate legislation. We know NBC and MSNBC lie and distort information about global warming and climate change to suit their own purposes. Now we see that even Mr. Obama is gullible and susceptible to the same manipulation. This is a scam, a hoax on a major scale folks!

The "scientists" who have been behind this myth of man-caused global warming have been lying to everyone. They hide data, change data, effectively silence their critics, violate laws, and in essence do everything contrary to the basic tenets of science. This can not go on. The leaks of emails and data are deadly serious. Billions of dollars have been fraudulently spent and Trillions of dollars of proposed "cap and trade" legislation and economic disruption are at stake.

In spite of all the evidence to the contrary, Obama and his troop of idiots are going to Copenhagen to declare on behalf of the American people, that he (we) are going to reduce our "greenhouse gas" (meaning carbon dioxide) emissions. What a stooge he is.

U.S. sets climate target ahead of summit
Obama to take goal of 17 percent emissions cut to Copenhagen talks staff and news service reports
updated 6:27 p.m. CT, Wed., Nov . 25, 2009

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama will attend the U.N. climate summit next month in Denmark, taking with him a target to reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by 17 percent by 2020, the White House said Wednesday.

The pledge will not be part of a binding international treaty — the hopes for which have been dashed by the lack of a climate law coming out of Congress — but it will mimic the cuts passed by the House earlier this year. The Senate is still debating climate legislation.

"This provisional target" of 17 percent "is in line with current legislation in both chambers of Congress and demonstrates a significant contribution to a problem that the U.S. has neglected for too long," the White House said in a statement.

Administration officials don't want to repeat the mistake of the 1997 Kyoto climate accord, when the U.S. agreed to emission reductions but never implemented them because of strong political opposition at home. The U.S. never ratified the Kyoto agreement.

The president will attend the summit on Dec. 9 before heading to Oslo to accept the Nobel Peace Prize.

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