As World Deals With Ebola And ISIS, John Kerry To Focus On More Important Stuff

Can you guess what’s more important? I’m sure you can, since I blog about climate change multiple times a day

Secretary of State John Kerry to talk global warming in Boston

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry plans to discuss the “global threat of climate change and the importance of investing in a clean energy future” at a wind turbine testing facility in Charlestown on Thursday morning.

The former U.S. senator from Massachusetts will be joined by United Kingdom Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond and Gov. Deval Patrick, and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has been invited.

That’s interesting, since John Kerry worked hard to block the Cape Wind Project for years.

The meeting is scheduled for 915am today. Perhaps Kerry could jump in his fossil fueled airplane afterwards and head to Mexico to help Sgt Andrew Tahmooressi, an American citizen stuck in the Mexican legal system.

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4 Responses to “As World Deals With Ebola And ISIS, John Kerry To Focus On More Important Stuff”

  1. Friday morning links

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  2. Jeffery says:

    And the Republicans are hot on the trail of a kid who MAY have hired a LEGAL hooker years ago in Colombia.

  3. Jeffery says:

    And did Congress get around to approving the monies President Obama requested for fighting Ebola? Did they declare war on ISIS yet?

    Where is Congress?? Too busy checking the logbooks of the Cartagena Hilton to see if a kid entertained a woman in his room in 2012?

  4. SteveS says:

    Too bad the Obama administration seems to have lied about his involvement, and tried YET AGAIN to cover something up.

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