A Secretary John Kerry Would Elevate Climate Issues

Yes… about as far as 2010′s failed Kerry-Boxer climate bill, which failed to launch.

If Kerry becomes the next secretary of State, he will likely raise climate change to a top-tier priority.

“No senator since Al Gore knows as much about the science and diplomacy of climate change as Kerry,’ said David Goldwyn, an international energy consultant who served as Clinton’s special envoy and coordinator for international energy affairs. “He would not only put climate change in the top five issues he raises with every country, but he would probably rethink our entire diplomatic approach to the issue.”

[National Journal]

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7 responses to “A Secretary John Kerry Would Elevate Climate Issues

  1. Yes, because again we have no other more important pressing issues than changing weather. Morons. We are doomed.

  2. That’s a given; leftists like him never listen to the truth about anything. He’s been a damn commie ever since he “served” in Vietnam; he didn’t serve his country; he “served” the commies because he’s one of them.

  3. Let’s see him go to China and try to elevate climate issues.

  4. Bin Laden was a global warmist, maybe Kerry can make a wind-power deal with the Muslims. We’re already subsidizing their ‘security’, so it’s an obvious option.

  5. There are so many reasons why we’d be better off with Senator Kerry as a hot-dog vendor than a senator or member of a Cabinet. At least at State he’d have less real influence on anything than he has as a senior and voting member of the Senate. But his noise would lend credibility to a fraud,

  6. I’m saving up to be librul.

  7. No, Kerry as a hot-dog vendor doesn’t work either. He just can’t cut the mustard as anything but the frivolous gigolo he is.

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