Saturday, June 3, 2017

EU to bypass Trump after Paris climate agreement pullout

This is a good thing and funny as it says a lot!
To note it's like the way red states always withhold it's peoples rights.
Republicans are paranoid and they like to withhold peoples rights.
Well stupidity is not a point of view so life goes on without them.


Or Republicans vote against their best interest, like cutting off their
leg to save their toe, expecting you to do the same.
Why would they make it bad for themselves voting that way.
Republicans don't like poor people shown time and time again
food stamp cut, cut this and that... For the rich people? NO!
Work hard and make the same pay, drive bad cars.
Ever notice Republican bumper stickers are always on tore up cars?
Never on a Mercedes! Vote for people to keep them in the bad car!
They like it that way. Sadomasochists, they like their misery, they like it!

So to me I always just ignored the Republicans, just go around them 
they burn themselves out in time! Like natural selection thus cleaning the
gene pool. Like hearing a shootout in front of your house at night, then
the next day there is a dead beaver with a banjo in the street and
on one knows how it got there. A why ask why? 
It's only a concern to them, a whatever to everyone else!
So is the Paris agreement to the Trump administration!

~~~~~EU to bypass Trump administration after Paris climate agreement pullout
The European Union has rejected Donald Trump’s offer to renegotiate the Paris climate agreement and pledged instead to bypass Washington to work with US business leaders and state governors to implement the historic accord’s commitments.
Less than 24 hours after the US president announced his decision to withdraw from the 2015 agreement and strike a new, less ambitious deal with the rest of the world, Brussels declared its outright refusal to engage in such talks.
EU officials will instead cut out the White House to deal directly with the US states and major corporations, many of whom have already pledged to live by the terms forged in Paris.

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