Doha Success

Doha failed to come up with an incredibly expensive non-solution to an imaginary non-problem, and therefor would be considered by any sane person to be a success.

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4 Responses to Doha Success

  1. Dave N says:

    You can expect Gillard and Combet to herald it as a success, because Australia is “doing the right thing” by committing to Kyoto II. Of course, that doesn’t stop them from looking like complete asses since the largest emitters have never signed, and few countries are left. Sadly, they’ll go down as being the dumbest countries in the modern era.

  2. gator69 says:

    Failure is the ONLY option.

  3. paddikJ says:

    That’s an interesting way to look at it – no harm, no foul, just a few hundred more millions wasted; and think of what kinds of mischief those rascals could have otherwise wrought if we weren’t keeping them occupied with these circuses.

    It parallels a pet theory of mine, that the main, but unspoken, purposes of our modern universities are to 1), provide employment for the otherwise unemployable, and 2), provide a transitional womb for our not-quite adults – too old to be at home, too young to be on their own (or vice-versa, it’s kind of a toss-up).

  4. Justa Joe says:

    It’s a success for the hospitality, tourism, and escort industry in Doha anyway, but something tells me warmists aren’t good tippers.

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