Wednesday, December 16, 2009

A bad day to be in Copenhagen

Consummate statesmen Robert Mugabe and Hugo Chavez addressed the climate change conference.

YIKES!!

Mugabe was as incisive as ever:

"Why is the guilty north not showing the same fundamentalist spirit it exhibits in our developing countries on human rights matters on this more menacing threat of climate change?"

And Chavez too got right to the heart of the matter:

"If the climate was a bank, they would have already saved it."

Now that things have devolved to a circus, why not go all the way and have Ahmadinejad say a few words?

What's that? He's on the schedule for tomorrow?

Holy Crap!


4 comments:

Daniel said...

I'm waiting for Khadaffi...

Simon Spero said...

Oh come now. Hugo Chavez has done more to reduce carbon emissions than just about anyone. Look at how he cut oil production in his own country by nearly a third, out of pure Bolivarian solidarity with a planet he's not even from.

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