Look who’s for cap-and-trade…

January 4, 2010
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad believes in Al Gore but not the Holocaust.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad believes in Al Gore but not the Holocaust.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said at the COP-15 conference in Copenhagen (Dec. 17) that Iran supports strengthening the Kyoto Protocol’s cap-and-trade scheme.

Venezuela dictator Hugo Chavez

Though Venezuela is energy rich, President Hugo Chavez started 2010 by announcing that electricity will be rationed.

Hugo Chavez said at the COP-15 conference in Copenhagen (Dec. 17) that his motto was to “respect and enhance” the Kyoto protocol and that capitalism is the “road to hell.”

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe blames global warming for the destruction of Zimbabwe's agricultural productivity -- not his own racially-motivated seizures of white-owned farms.

Robert Mugabe said at the COP-15 Copenhagen conference that Zimbabwe “stands by” the Kyoto Protocol and that, by not acceding to it, the U.S. is “undermining the rule of global law.”

Former Cuban President Fidel Castro is an Al Gore acolyte.

Fidel Castro has repeatedly criticized the U.S. for not ratifying the Kyoto Protocol.

Arkansas Rep. Vic Snyder voted as Nancy Pelosi told him.

Arkansas Rep. Vic Snyder voted as Nancy Pelosi told him.

Rep. Vic Snyder was the only Arkansas congressman to vote in favor of the Waxman-Markey cap-and-trade bill last June.

He is apparently the only Arkansas congressman who doesn’t want to be re-elected in November.

Stay tuned for more “Look who’s for cap-and-trade…”

6 Responses to “Look who’s for cap-and-trade…”

  1. walkingawake Says:

    Yes, all these characters support the Kyoto protocol. Looks like you “forgot” to mention that out of 195 countries in the world, the United States is the ONLY country that has no intention of ratifying the protocol. Here’s a few of the groups that are undecided, but LIKE the US, have not ratified the protocol.

    Afghanistan

    Palestinian Authority

    Somalia

    Wow, looks like several “terrorist” groups, have not ratified the protocol. Using your logic, I guess I could take some of these countries out of context and imply all sorts of negative things about the US position.

    Among the 182 or so countries that HAVE signed on: UK, Israel, Australia.

    Notice I’m not arguing whether or not we should ratify Kyoto. I am pointing out how scary pictures of dictators are being taken out of context and used to create an extraordinarily distorted, ideologically driven picture of reality.

  2. jorgekafkazar Says:

    By all means, keep us posted as to who the Cap and Traitors are.


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  4. justbeau Says:

    Funny stuff.

    And its true! The best humor is genuine.

    Big Al and his pals.

  5. brr09 Says:

    You can just hear the sleeze saying “Why, yes… I do think the Evil United States owes us all a big climate debt. Of course, we can’t be sure how bad global warming will be, but several trillion is without question a good start…”

    Primordial slime is too good an adjective for these bums. Primordial toxic waste is more like it!

  6. riffenberg Says:

    Ha Ha Ha! Love your post!


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