Tuesday, September 21, 2010

It's dead

Moonbat writes the obituary for a climate change agreement. "So what do we do now?" he asks, then telling us:
I don't know. These failures have exposed not only familiar political problems, but deep-rooted human weakness. All I know is that we must stop dreaming about an institutional response that will never materialise and start facing a political reality we've sought to avoid.
The poor wee lad. One of his commenters is terribly unkind, writing: "Never mind, George, I'm sure there'll be another bandwagon along in a moment, and some new scare for you to fret about."