Saved from pact in nick of time

The Washington Times Daily - - EDITORIAL -

Any­one who heard Pres­i­dent Trump’s speech with­draw­ing Amer­ica from the Paris Agree­ment and still thinks that pact was re­ally about sav­ing the planet is ei­ther a patho­log­i­cal believer in any­thing the main­stream me­dia says or a hard­core mem­ber of the ‘com­mie-crat’ party, whose goal is the de­struc­tion of Amer­ica’s econ­omy.

Mr. Trump laid the facts bare: The pact was about crush­ing the Amer­i­can econ­omy and the mid­dle class for, sup­pos­edly, a two-tenths-de­gree global tem­per­a­ture re­duc­tion over the course of 20-plus years.

Now we know why Pres­i­dent Obama signed off on this scam uni­lat­er­ally. Even the po­lit­i­cal left in Congress could not have pub­licly sup­ported it and still got­ten re­elected.

Now Mr. Obama is whin­ing about his legacy, which based on his eight years in of­fice con­sisted of turn­ing Amer­ica into Venezuela. If Mr. Obama had ful­filled his legacy, he would now have an am­ple sup­ply of toi­let pa­per and would be eat­ing $100-a-pound Kobe beef. The ‘peas­ants,’ mean­while, like they are do­ing in Venezuela, would be us­ing ‘al­ter­na­tive means’ of clean­ing them­selves and are lucky to eat turnips.

PHIL GINGERELLA Westerly, R.I.

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