Skip to comments.Should President Barack Obama boycott the Copenhagen conference, as suggested by Sarah Palin?
Posted on 12/10/2009 7:02:45 AM PST by MaxCUA
Should President Barack Obama boycott the Copenhagen conference, as suggested by Sarah Palin?
Pretty much a tie on MSNBC there. Looks like the country is 50-50 on this.
I wouldn’t think that a poll on MSNBC is representative of the country. It may be the way people feel, but those numbers have to be discouraging to that network.
I would say the country is 75 (against) and 20-25 (support). Realize it is MSNBC
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Yes he should boycott the conference. He could easily say that there is so much doubt, that the science is unsettled, that he wants to back away from this subject. Otherwise, we’re in for a bruising Senate battle over cap and trade legislation, which will be political bad news for Democrats and the President.
I think he will go to Copenhagen and promise the US will go along with the global warming sham. The liberals are convinced that they are “morally right”, on the “right side of history” and such drivel.
On this issue, and some others, it’s like they feel there can be no opposing point of view, no compromise, no decision to defer a decision to wait for real facts to emerge.
Poll is merely to galvanize those who are already distrustful of Palin. As if she has the audacity to challenge The One.
Yes. Its obvious that these climate change “experts” are manipulating data to further their own agendas.
No. Global warming is a reality and it would be ludicrous for the president to remove himself from the dialogue aimed at correcting this calamity.
I dont know. Maybe the blame for global warming doesnt rest entirely on the worlds population. Id like to investigate these leaked e-mails further and see whos attending the conference.
48.7%No. Global warming is a reality and it would be ludicrous for the president to remove himself from the dialogue aimed at correcting this calamity. 13,188 votes
3.8% I dont know. Maybe the blame for global warming doesnt rest entirely on the worlds population. Id like to investigate these leaked e-mails further and see whos attending the conference. 1,023 votes
Apparently they operate much like the globull warming community over there. They can, by consensus, suppress dissenting points of view:
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I guess that means Dumbama is a dumba** also since he had a ghost writer for his book........but his ghostwriter is a muslim terrorist advocate..........what a loser Dumbama is.............a commie, arab terrorist at heart selling America down the tube from inside. If he likes socialism so much, let him leave the country and go elsewhere. The sooner the better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#1.26 - Wed Dec 9, 2009 6:45 PM EST
There were a few of these in the first 30 or so comments. Most were either "deniers" or defenders of Sarah.
I think he should go. Wouldn’t want Obama to deny himself another opportunity to look like an ASS
Boycott is still narrowly ahead.
I was reading over these, too, AZ .44 MAG. Wow...they’re a scary group, because if you disagree, you’re collapsed. It’s the typical left-wing silencer on a gun, in my mind. If you don’t agree, off with your head. I’m SO glad I don’t watch MSNBC.
Thanks for pointing that out!
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