John Kerry says at climate talks, “Democrats will do everything Bush doesn’t with climate change”
NUSA DUA, Indonesia (Reuters) – Senator John Kerry swept into climate talks in Bali on Monday saying an administration run by the Democrats would mean the difference between night and day on policies to fight global warming.
Kerry said the Democrats want to do everything President George W. Bush doesn’t to fight climate change, namely back mandatory emissions targets and pass a bill to create a cap-and-trade system for carbon dioxide emissions.
“I am convinced the politics of 2009 in the United States are going to be just night and day, different from where we have been before,” he told a news conference.
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