Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Yeah, right

While a government was falling in Ottawa, not many kilometres away, the annual Cult of Kyoto Worship Revival began its 10-day carnival in Montreal.
The bias of the reporter isn't too obvious in this segment of the report:
Elizabeth May of the Sierra Club Canada, however, accused the world's biggest polluter of trying to derail the Kyoto accord, which has been ratified by 140 nations.
"We have a lot of positive, constructive American engagement here in Montreal - and none of it's from the Bush administration, which represents the single biggest threat to global progress," May said.

Yes, I'm proud to say that the Bush administration is the single biggest threat to global progress. It's the U.S. that has told the Maurice Strong-led Cult of Kyoto Worshippers to stuff it.