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By DAveKnTux, June 2, 2009 at 2:53 am Link to this comment
hahah i love all these little bush/global warming cartoons. The charicature of Sarkozy is great he looks extremely unhappy.
By Chaseme, June 5, 2007 at 7:35 am Link to this comment
Who does the G8 leaders think they are not to accept the plans bush drew out on a napkin? All of his plans thus far were drawn out using this approach.
(See, by bringing down both of them, while I sit in that classroom, we can convince most of them to support Napkin Plan B)
By CapitalCat, June 4, 2007 at 10:52 pm Link to this comment
It’s a mistake to show seven leaders lining up against Bush. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is such a devotee of all things Republican that he makes John McCain look like Leon Trotsky.
Look for Harper to play lap dog to anything Shrub says.
By Sean O, June 4, 2007 at 1:32 pm Link to this comment
I run a website that discusses global warming http://www.globalwarming-factorfiction.com so I feel that I have a handle on most of the pertinent issues.
In my opinion, Mr. Bush is simply giving into politics. This isn’t surprising - he is a politician. With the elections coming up in about 18 months he needs to set up for a successor from the Republican party. He cannot allow the Democratic candidates to make global warming a huge issue so it only makes political sense to agree to some types of talks and discussions.
It is interesting though that when Mr. Bush acts as an administrator (the job he gets paid for) he has said that the science does not support dramatic changes in our economy - hence the US did not sign the Kyoto document.
By Steve Caratzas, June 3, 2007 at 4:54 pm Link to this comment
We at Ecotality.com/blog saw this coming back in March.
Click the link below to see our coverage of Bush, the environment and the napkin issue:
By QuyTran, June 3, 2007 at 11:05 am Link to this comment
Just show him a piece of toilet paper, not a napkin.
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