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Old June 4th, 2017, 05:51 AM   #61
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It was about the survival of humanity, actually. Since you so detest the species, you weirdoes will continue to lead the world down the shitter. Congratulations, Ug!
Socialists are leading the world down the shitter. The millions of Muslims brought into western Europe by the Socialists, is evidence of that.
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EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt refuses to answer if the President will make strong beliefs of calling the climate change a hoax, or not, because many business leaders and companies around the world were disagreeing with what Trump spoke about the Paris climate agreement on Thursday.

https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/epa-...ry?id=47820811

http://abcnews.go.com/ThisWeek/video...paris-47821805

EPA head Scott Pruitt defends Paris exit https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...ds-paris-exit/

Pruitt: Trump has 'indicated that climate changes' http://thehill.com/homenews/sunday-t...e-is-occurring

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Old June 4th, 2017, 10:11 AM   #63
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It was about the survival of humanity, actually. Since you so detest the species, you weirdoes will continue to lead the world down the shitter. Congratulations, Ug!
Wrong!!....I love how you LW weirdos love to divert the argument with your strawmen...This is not about climate change...It is about Uncle Sucker being played for the fool again....This morning I see that the US has paid $1 Billion into the accords...Russia, China and India...nothing!!

Trump was elected to look out, first, for the interests of the citizens of the US of A, not solve the world's problems...
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Wrong!!....I love how you LW weirdos love to divert the argument with your strawmen...This is not about climate change...It is about Uncle Sucker being played for the fool again....This morning I see that the US has paid $1 Billion into the accords...Russia, China and India...nothing!!

Trump was elected to look out, first, for the interests of the citizens of the US of A, not solve the world's problems...
I'm going to just plug my ears and hum as loud as I can to make it all go away!
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I'm going to just plug my ears and hum as loud as I can to make it all go away!
You must have been doing that all along....What was Trump saying?...."There is no climate change"..or... "The Paris Climate Agreement is unfairly taxing the American people"

<Hint> I never heard him say that climate change was the issue....
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Wrong!!....I love how you LW weirdos love to divert the argument with your strawmen...This is not about climate change...It is about Uncle Sucker being played for the fool again....This morning I see that the US has paid $1 Billion into the accords...Russia, China and India...nothing!!

Trump was elected to look out, first, for the interests of the citizens of the US of A, not solve the world's problems...
Arguably, the US is playing other nations for the fool on a per capita, that is the cost to each citizen, basis.


If the United States contributed its full pledge, the total would be a little less than $10 per American. With Mr. Trump stopping payments, the United States will have contributed $1 billion, or just more than $3 per person.
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/...fund.html?_r=0

I hope that $3 doesn't break your bank Jimbo.
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Arguably, the US is playing other nations for the fool on a per capita, that is the cost to each citizen, basis.


If the United States contributed its full pledge, the total would be a little less than $10 per American. With Mr. Trump stopping payments, the United States will have contributed $1 billion, or just more than $3 per person.
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/...fund.html?_r=0

I hope that $3 doesn't break your bank Jimbo.
Sorry but we should not put a penny in the Green Climate fund so that other countries can have the money. I do not want to pay for one solar panel in another country at all.
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Arguably, the US is playing other nations for the fool on a per capita, that is the cost to each citizen, basis.


If the United States contributed its full pledge, the total would be a little less than $10 per American. With Mr. Trump stopping payments, the United States will have contributed $1 billion, or just more than $3 per person.
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/...fund.html?_r=0

I hope that $3 doesn't break your bank Jimbo.


Why should we give any money to that fund? What are the goals/desired results?
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Arguably, the US is playing other nations for the fool on a per capita, that is the cost to each citizen, basis.


If the United States contributed its full pledge, the total would be a little less than $10 per American. With Mr. Trump stopping payments, the United States will have contributed $1 billion, or just more than $3 per person.
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/...fund.html?_r=0

I hope that $3 doesn't break your bank Jimbo.
Will you and all the other pro-Paris people please me $3 each? It is wealth redistribution, period.
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I just have one question. Can anyone tell me what was in the Paris climate agreement that actually mandated any regulations for the environment?
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