But it seems the American people will have none of his sedition, and China and India, two key dancers in the global footprint dance, refuse to go. Heh.
President Obama will probably not attend the U.N. conference on climate change in December because it is not a "head of state"
event, but may use his acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize as a platform to address climate change issues.
The current thinking in the administration is that since the
conference is not a "head of state" event, Obama will not attend. Obama
will be accepting the Nobel Prize in Oslo on the second day of the
Copenhagen conference and may use that platform to address climate
big reason the Copenhagen conference is not a "head of state" event is
because of the slow progress of climate change legislation in the U.S.
Senate. Absent Senate passage of a climate change bill mandating a
cap-and-trade system, Obama will have nothing to bring to Copenhagen as
part of a U.S.-led effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, a factor
likely to undermine global efforts to curb those emissions.
Negotiations with India and China on setting and enforcing carbon
pollution limits have become bogged down, complicating global efforts
to produce a successor treaty to the Kyoto Pact the U.S. never ratified.
Yikes. More asshattery from the asshat in chief.
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