What if you fool me three times?

George Bush surrenders, again, to the global warming nuts, suggesting a meeting of the top 15 “greenhouse gas” emitters to set goals for reduction of the emissions. The loony left loses no time in issuing a condemnation of Bush’s pushing their goals:

Friends of the Earth president Brent Blackwelder called the proposal “a complete charade. It is an attempt to make the Bush administration look like it takes global warming seriously without actually doing anything to curb emissions.”

Bush is fighting harder to to do the politically expedient to be liked, than any President in recent memory, including Bill Clinton, and with considerably less effect. What liberal lunacy will Bush accept for his next round of shameful foolishness?

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Bush urges 15 nations to set global emissions goal

Fool Me Once, Shame on You

George Bush will get fooled again. And again. And again.

The latest. He’s asking the size of his “not good enough” initiative to fight AIDS in Africa:

President George W. Bush asked Congress today to approve $30 billion over the next five years to mount a more aggressive campaign against the spread of AIDS worldwide.

The request would double the current U.S. program of $15 billion, which expires in 2008, and extend it to 2013, five years after Bush leaves office.

Good and Bad Signs for Florida

There’s at least one good sign for the 2008 election:

Gov. Charlie Crist signed a bill Monday moving Florida’s 2008 presidential primary to Jan. 29…

Hopefully that’s early enough for them to get the votes counted before the Presidential conventions.

On the other hand, they solved that whole problem of “intimidating” and “disenfranchising” felons by simply automatically allowing felons to vote next time.

In April, Florida paved the way to restore the vote to potentially hundreds of thousands of people who have completed their felony terms and previously were barred permanently from voting.

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Associated Press: Florida shakes up early presidential voting

Washington Post: It’s Right to Grant Former Felons the Right to Vote

Worst in history?

Jimmy Carter says of the Bush administration that:

as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the world, this administration has been the worst in history…

What can you say to that but “444 Days”.

Or maybe, “Why is Mahmoud Ahmadinejad even alive to be a problem for George W. Bush?”

Or just, “Seriously? Seriously?”

Poor antisemitic nutcase. Go build more houses for poor people.

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Carter: Bush’s impact ‘worst in history’