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Saturday, December 19th, 2009   2:17 pm | Author: chris | Environment, Politics/Government |
Tags: Copenhagen, idiot, Inhofe
James Inhofe the anti-climate crusader was going to save the world from all those perpetuating the climate change hoax.
Inhofe made a great deal of noise about how he was going to Copenhagen and tell the people the “truth”.
Politico reports that Inhofe flew to Copenhagen to deliver his speech.
Upon his arrival at the conference he found a few aides and one report eager to hear what he had to say.
“The senator didn’t have any meetings scheduled in Copenhagen, and he did not see chief U.S. negotiator Todd Stern or the members of the House delegation, who were not scheduled to fly in until later in the afternoon.”
“But Inhofe’s aides eventually rustled up a group of reporters, and the Oklahoman — wearing black snakeskin cowboy boots — held forth from the top of a flight of stairs in the conference media center.”
“We in the United States owe it to the 191 countries to be well-informed and know what the intentions of the United States are. The United States is not going to pass a cap and trade,” he said. “It’s just not going to happen.”
“A reporter asked: “If there’s a hoax, then who’s putting on this hoax, and what’s the motive?”
“It started in the United Nations,” Inhofe said, “and the ones in the United States who really grab ahold of this is the Hollywood elite.”
“One reporter asked Inhofe if he was referring to California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Another reporter — this one from Der Spiegel — told the senator: “You’re ridiculous.”
Inhofe then headed straight for the airport and home where he can continue to preach his nonsense.
Why did the US taxpayers have to pay for this idiotic trip?