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Judcial Statement on global warming?

18 Sep '08 05:07 pm
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Latest one is " this is very unconstitutional on the part of GW" let there be an international legislation to punish it with life term or death sen (tense)
Answered by nagendra kumar pathak, 18 Sep '08 05:36 pm

 
  
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The Supreme Court's decision is a victory for the bad guys in the battle over whether the American people will be governed by accountable elected officials or unaccountable judges. Unable to convince the Senate to vote upon, let alone ratify, the Kyoto global warming treaty, the left has adopted the Kyoto-by-stealth strategy of asking judges to force its version of science into the pocketbooks of the American people.

Shame on them. And shame on the five Justices who agreed to do so today.

We learn from Justice Stevens today that carbon dioxide is 'the most important... greenhouse gas.' Science cannot confirm the Justice's confident statement. The role of water vapor, the most plentiful greenhouse gas, is not yet understood. Nor is the role of carbon dioxide understood. Such uncertainty, among many others, is the reason scientists annually request and spend several billion dollars of funds supplied by hardworking U.S. taxpayers for research into climate change. Can the taxpa ...more
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 18 Sep '08 05:09 pm

 
  
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