Schwarzenegger and Bush at Odds over Global Warming

July 14, 2008 / 1 Comment

busharnie Schwarzenegger and Bush at Odds over Global Warming

President Bush has the Terminator after him now. California’s Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is accusing Bush of not believing in global warming because the White House has decided to delay a decision of regulating greenhouse gases. Bush is in a no win situation.

The Governator also said that Bush would be insincere if his administration took action in the last six months of his presidency. Gee, thanks Arnold for telling Bush what he isn’t doing and telling him what he can’t do, too. Consolation – Bush doesn’t care what Arnold thinks, or what the rest of the world thinks about global warming as well.

Arnie said – “Well, to be honest with you, if they would have done something this year, I would have thought it was bogus anyway… because you don’t change global warming and you don’t really have an effect by doing something six months before you leave office.”

The body builder signed a historic bill in 2006 that made California the first US state to impose limits on global warming gases. Schwarzie ramble on – “I think that the way they have done it is much better, because it just really means basically this administration did not believe in global warming, or they did not believe that they should do anything about it since China is not doing anything about it and since India is not willing to do the same thing, so why should we do the same thing.”

Bush will go out of office with his fierce opposition to “any imposition of binding emissions limits on the nation’s industry and has refused to ratify the Kyoto Protocol on reducing greenhouse gas blamed for global warming.” You can’t blame the man for being consistent.