Indignation over Kyoto

Global warming looks more and more like an excuse for the world's politicians, led by official Europe, to bellow self-righteously at American expense. US President George W. Bush took a sensible half step on the issue late last month when he repudiated the Kyoto Protocol on climate change. European politicians exploded with indignation.Here's an especially scathing sample from Malcolm Bruce, president of Scotland's Liberal Democrats: "George Bush prides himself on having authorized the execution of more people than many dictators, but he is now tearing up the Kyoto Treaty on behalf of the polluting oil, gas, and mining interests that back him and his family. Not content is he ...

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