Monday, September 28, 2009

Czech President Klaus gets it.

""Czech President Vaclav Klaus sharply criticized a U.N. meeting on climate change on Tuesday at which U.S. President Barack Obama was among the top speakers, describing it as propagandistic and undignified. "It was sad and it was frustrating," said Klaus, one of the world's most vocal skeptics on the topic of global warming. "It's a propagandistic exercise where 13-year-old girls from some far-away country perform a pre-rehearsed poem," he said. "It's simply not dignified." At the opening of the summit attended by nearly 100 world leaders, 13-year-old Yugratna Srivastava of India told the audience that governments were not doing enough to combat the threat of climate change." Smoke belching countries like China are able to compete with America unencumbered by any laws protecting the environment. Fads such as corn based ethanol drive up the price of corn while proving to be of dubious value as a solution to energy problems. And now we are in the midst of an economic crisis that could cause massive human suffering if the economy were burdened with expensive and scientifically debatable regulations. The Obama administration is recklessly promoting experiments on an economy with human costs that have yet to be measured. When I see Vaclav Klaus and Barack Obama , I see the great president of a small country and the small president of a great country. "
A quote by Rudi Stettner that I pulled from is from a blog that I enjoy following and happen to completely agree with Czech President Vaclav Klaus and Rudi Stettner. So I cannot wait for the far left to start accusing President Klaus of being a racist right wing extremist because he disagrees with President Obama and the Socialist agenda?

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