Sunday, July 19, 2009

Don't be a fool, don't be a tool

This news article states that "one of the most contentious issues between India and the U.S. is the administration's push for India to accept limits on carbon emissions as part of an international climate change agreement. To emphasize the importance of the matter, Clinton traveled [to India] with the special U.S. envoy for climate change...Clinton urged India to take a leading role and to avoid the missteps that occurred during U.S. industrialization:

'We believe India is innovative and entrepreneurial enough to figure out how to deal with climate change while continuing to lift people out of poverty and develop at a rapid rate,' she said."

'India' (aka, the Indian entrepreneur) should openly ignore the 'American' (aka, the American leftist) push to accept limits on carbon emmisions...that would be innovative enough.

Entrepreneurs work best when left alone, not when they are an instrument of leftist policy.

And anyway, if the Indian entrepreneur is innovative enough to slow climate change without increasing poverty, then surely they're innovative enough to adapt to climate change and eliminate poverty. Leave them alone and we'll see what they can do.

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