Not too long ago, the United Nation's annual climate change summit was kind of a big deal--at least, it was to the less jaded Obama administration of 2009, when Obama, Pelosi, and Hillary Clinton all showed up to discuss the importance of the world's populace coming together to fight global warming. Republican Senator from Oklahoma Jim Inhofe also attended that conference, but as the hard-hitting ambassador of the skeptics rather than another starry-eyed proponent of clean, green energy across the planet.
The 2011 U.N. conference is wrapping up this week in Durban, South Africa, but as Senator Inhofe points out in this video he released yesterday, few in the U.S. (a.k.a., the nation that inevitably bears the costly brunt of their far-fetched schemes) are paying neither them nor their misguided ideas very much attention. Epic:
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