Inhofe's last stand

Thu, 2006-11-16 14:26Kevin Grandia
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Inhofe's last stand

Senator Jim Inhofe, outgoing Chair of the Senate Committee of the Envrionment and Public Works, and one of the most infamous climate change deniers in the GOP Caucus, now claims that the United Nations meeting on climate change currently underway in Nairobi is nothing more than a “brainwashing session.” So what are we to make of this? Who cares? Inhofe will be gone soon and with his diminished status will come a severly diminished voice on the issue of climate change and anything else for that matter. So let Inhofe get in his last outrageous quotes, he is only making himself look sillier and soon enough a new year will ring in and his bully pulpit will be gone.

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good riddance to bad garbage.
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