Obama said he was all for a mechanism to monitor emission reduction actions, exchange of information and transparency. He added that this should not be intrusive or impinge upon sovereignty.Hey, maybe they've seen recovery.gov. Or maybe actual monitoring of their emissions (rather than just taking our taxpayer dollars and spending on whatever) was always a deal-breaker and no matter how many sulfur-laden billion dollar bills Obama and Hillary dangle they're not worth the true accountability required to get them. Just sayin'.
By the way, here's the You Tube of Chavez's anti-capitalism speech and the accompanying round of applause:
And speaking of ghosts, here's Obama's presumed ghost writer from a few years ago:
Ayers is now reportedly upset, along with Hugo, both disappointed in Obama's apparent rejection of world socialist solidarity. Judging from the COP-15 reaction, so were many of the delegates (which shows the real 'cause' being discussed). All this should be a good thing for the president since only the far left stands in line with those fools and his poll numbers should go up by rejecting them. Yet he continues to snatch defeat by bullying Congressmen and frightening the population towards the precipice of a rather socialist-sounding agenda. Pure madness.
Obama has apparently pulled an agreement out of the fire, which saves the trip (he was faced with being 0 for 2 in Denmark). It sounds more like a face-saving agreement as opposed to anything meaningful; one designed to get them to the next meeting--in 2010. Now they can crank up the 747 and fly home to Andrews--to which a blizzard that way comes...
ACCUMULATIONS...HEAVY SNOW WITH ACCUMULATIONS OF 10 TO 20 INCHES THROUGH SATURDAY NIGHT.LOL, as they say (yes, we know weather is not climate, until a heat wave appears).