Friday, December 18, 2009

Failing the test?

José Manuel Barroso is in battling mood at the slugfest, we are told. "We have come here to fight for an ambitious outcome," he says - seeming to imply that others have not. "We should not be seen making the traditional diplomatic negotiations," he says. "These negotiations are a test for global responsibility." It's a test we appear to have failed, says The Times.

Meanwhile, Gerald Warner says, "The pseudo-science of global warming is a global laughing stock and Copenhagen is a farce. In the warmist camp the Main Man is a railway engineer with huge investments in the carbon industry."

Just another dreary day at the office, it seems.