Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Associated Press Flat Out Lies Again

The democrat news run organization will do anything, and I mean ANYTHING to make George W Bush look bad. Check out this ridiculous lie.

But the oil-rich Emirates is considered a developing country, and even as a signatory to the
United Nations'
Kyoto protocol on global warming, is not required to cut emissions. The United States is no longer bound by Kyoto, which the Bush administration rejected after taking office in 2001.

Oh really? Let's see when Kyoto was actually rejected

U.S. Senate Opposed Kyoto Protocol in 1997 and Today

In July 1997, the U.S. Senate passed S. Res. 98 by a vote of 95-0. S. Res. 98 expressed the sense of the Senate that the "United States should not be a signatory to any protocol

Not only was Kyoto rejected in 1997 when Bill Clinton was president but it was UNANOMOUSLY rejected by both Republicans and democrats.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Blake said...

Learned one thing from this article, another country, the Emirates are living the good life. Now when we hear about the U.S. causing a disturbance of the atmosphere with our emissions, we can point to the other well-to-do country, it's them, not us. We have always complied with any restrictions necessary. Don't tell the AP though, it would upset them.

January 16, 2007 9:30 PM  

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