Man With Massive Carbon Footprint To Offer Major Blueprint On “Climate Change”

Over the weekend Barack Obama jetted off to Florida to play some golf, which required multiple helicopter rides, several jumbo jets, and lots of fossil fueled vehicles to cart him around to and fro. Now we learn

Obama to Offer Major Blueprint on Climate Change

The White House on Tuesday morning is expected to unveil President Obama’s blueprint for cutting United States greenhouse gas pollution by nearly a third over the next decade.

Mr. Obama’s plan, part of a formal submission to the United Nations ahead of efforts to forge a climate change accord in Paris in December, will detail the United States side of an ambitious joint climate change pledge the president made in November in Beijing with the Chinese president Xi Jinping.

In an effort to spur other countries to enact their own domestic climate change plans leading to the Paris accord, the leaders of the world’s two largest greenhouse gas polluters offered the outline of a set of climate actions. Mr. Obama said the United States would cut emissions 26 to 28 percent by 2025, while Mr. Xi said that China’s emissions would drop after 2030.

But the plan will also intensify fierce Republican political opposition to Mr. Obama’s effort to build a climate change legacy.

His legacy is one of telling other people how to live their lives, and enforcing many of those beliefs on people via Executive Office regulation, while he himself has a carbon footprint of around 41,000 metric tons per year. The average American is at around 19 metric tons per year.

Mr. Obama’s blueprint, the follow-up to the Beijing announcement, is expected to lay out a road map for exactly how the United States will meet that pledge. Mr. Obama hopes that if the United States puts forth an ambitious domestic plan, other countries will follow, leading to a deal that would commit every country in the world to enact domestic climate change plans.

Of course, all this will have to rely upon action within the Executive branch, since Congress will not approve. This is another reason why Republicans need to retake the White House, especially with a non-squishy candidate, in order to roll back the economy killing measures, and the Big Government interference in our lives.

Meanwhile, Obama will continue to jet around, living the high life, using vast amounts of power and fossil fuels.

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6 Responses to “Man With Massive Carbon Footprint To Offer Major Blueprint On “Climate Change””

  1. John says:

    Always attack the messenger if you can’t attack the message
    Al Gore is fat !!!

  2. Deserttrek says:

    the little boy barry should learn to lead by example .. of course that is impossible because one has to be a leader and tell the truth …. the fraud continues

  3. Jeffery says:

    How has big government oppressed you today? Anyone?

  4. david7134 says:

    I will take that jeff, big government has significantly reduced my income, stolen what money I do make, kept me from getting positions and jobs that I wanted secondary to my skin color, promoted people without merit, taken away every constitutional guarantee that I should have, occupied my country and instituted laws and taxes against our will, in short, it has screwed up just about everything.

  5. gitarcarver says:

    How has big government oppressed you today? Anyone?

    From the USA Today:

    “Regulatory crimes” of this sort are incredibly numerous and a category that is growing quickly. They are the ones likely to trap unwary individuals into being felons without knowing it. That is why Michael Cottone, in a just-published Tennessee Law Review article, suggests that maybe the old presumption that individuals know the law is outdated, unfair and maybe even unconstitutional. “Tellingly,” he writes, “no exact count of the number of federal statutes that impose criminal sanctions has ever been given, but estimates from the last 15 years range from 3,600 to approximately 4,500.” Meanwhile, according to recent congressional testimony, the number of federal regulations (enacted by administrative agencies under loose authority from Congress) carrying criminal penalties may be as many as 300,000.

    Any more silly questions Jeffery?

  6. jl says:

    John “Always attack the messenger when you can’t attack the message.” I see-as opposed to what you do, John, in always “quoting the messenger when you can’t provide data for the message” in your silly US Navy posts?

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