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Copenhagen's Solution: Let's Throw Money at It
Written by Kristin McMurray   
Thursday, 17 December 2009 12:46
Hillary ClintonThe Copenhagen summit is drawing to a close tomorrow, and just in the nic-of-time Hillary Clinton has proposed writing a very large check to help developing countries deal with the supposed climate change.  How large a check?  $100 billion.  But only if other countries agree to also decimate their economy and agree to inspections (so that we know they're not cheating).

As far as I can tell, no one has asked questions about why this is a solution in the first place.  Here at Not Evil Just Wrong we're all about asking some hard questions. 

For instance, how will this aid stop the supposed climate change in the first place? 

Has there been any studies that prove this plan would be a success before the world commits trillions of dollars to it?

Are we paying developing countries to essentially remain in poverty, in case they also start emitting "too much" carbon? 

Can we live with ourselves if that is the result?

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Paul said:

Evil and worg
I do not want to disagree with you but I think environmental climate change activists are both Evil and Wrong.
December 17, 2009
Votes: +4

Otter said:

They have about as much chance of seeing trillions of OUR dollars, as Western NY state has of seeing the 200,000 jobs shrillary promised.
December 18, 2009
Votes: +3

ally said:

I agree with Paul.
December 20, 2009
Votes: +1

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