Wednesday, December 12, 2007

 

Sounds like the Midwest could use an Al Gore halftime speech

U.S. officials at U.N. climate negotiations here said Tuesday that they would not embrace any overall binding goals for cutting global greenhouse gas emissions before President Bush leaves office, essentially putting off specific U.S. commitments until a new administration assumes power in 2009, according to several participants. Hard Choices on Climate Can Wait for Next President, Aides Indicate

But why wait? The next leader of the free world probably has the time to begin addressing this key issue since he/she apparently won’t be doing any campaigning in Iowa soon:

“Most of the Iowa campaign events scheduled for Tuesday were canceled, including appearances by Michelle Obama, Ann Romney and Bill Clinton. Events for presidential hopefuls Mike Huckabee, John Edwards and Fred D. Thompson also were called off.” Midwesterners in the Clutches of a Deep and Deadly Freeze

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