Recently, there has been a lot of buzz about the Global Climate Treaty that will be considered in Copenhagen this December. The last I heard, the POTUS was not planning to attend the Copenhagen meeting, since he will be busy picking up his Nobel Prize in Oslo, and so he has no plans to sign on to the Global Climate Treaty. In the near future, however, (probably after we have finally cleared the Healthcare Hurdle), Climate Change will take center stage in the Congress. If the Congress passes some sort of “Cap and Tax” scheme, I think that the road will be paved for the POTUS to argue that he has the “mandate” to sign onto the Treaty.
So, why should we be concerned at this point about the Copenhagen gathering? Because forewarned is forearmed. Lord Monckton, a well-known British “climate change” critic, recently sounded a warning about the ratification of this Treaty. I, like Steven Groves at the Heritage Foundation, think that perhaps Lord Monckton has over-stated the issue somewhat, however, there is good reason to believe that the Treaty could compromise U.S. sovereignty, as well as act as a vehicle to globally redistribute wealth. (Remember the Global Anti-poverty Tax that Obama supports?)
After you have the opportunity to read the articles linked above, you will want to watch the videos below that describe the contents of the Treaty. What are your thoughts about this?