Copenhagen’s Political Science

In today’s Washington Post, Sarah Palin writes about Copenhagen’s political science:

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In fact, we’re not the only nation whose people are questioning climate change schemes. In the European Union, energy prices skyrocketed after it began a cap-and-tax program. Meanwhile, Australia’s Parliament recently defeated a cap-and-tax bill. Surely other nations will follow suit, particularly as the climate e-mail scandal continues to unfold.

In his inaugural address, President Obama declared his intention to “restore science to its rightful place.” But instead of staying home from Copenhagen and sending a message that the United States will not be a party to fraudulent scientific practices, the president has upped the ante. He plans to fly in at the climax of the conference in hopes of sealing a “deal.” Whatever deal he gets, it will be no deal for the American people. What Obama really hopes to bring home from Copenhagen is more pressure to pass the Democrats’ cap-and-tax proposal. This is a political move. The last thing America needs is misguided legislation that will raise taxes and cost jobs — particularly when the push for such legislation rests on agenda-driven science. . . .

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One Response to Copenhagen’s Political Science

  1. This art.is very interesting says:

    OUR COUNTRY MUST INVESTIGATE VERY DEEP FOR THE THRUT,MAYBE IS FRAUDULENT SCIENTIFIC LIES.WE ARE IN A DEEP DEPRESSION IN THIS COUNTRY,NO MORE EXPENSES FOR SOMETHING IS NOT REAL.THANK YOU FOR BRING TO US, THIS ARTICULE.VICKY FALERO

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