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Argument: Kyoto Protocol wrongly exempts heavy-emitting developing nations

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==Supporting evidence== ==Supporting evidence==
-*Al Gore actually opposed the Kyoto protocol in 1997 on the point that it was +Bob Barr, former US House Representative (R-GA), stated in an interview on CNN's Glenn Beck Program. - "Global warming is a myth, but yet it's being used by the environmental folks and by the internationalists. A lot of the pressure is coming from the United Nations and other countries, some of which, like China of course, are pushing the Kyoto Protocol. Why? Because they are exempt, it's going to saddle us..."[http://2008election.procon.org/viewresource.asp?resourceID=1671]
==Supporting videos== ==Supporting videos==

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Supporting evidence

Bob Barr, former US House Representative (R-GA), stated in an interview on CNN's Glenn Beck Program. - "Global warming is a myth, but yet it's being used by the environmental folks and by the internationalists. A lot of the pressure is coming from the United Nations and other countries, some of which, like China of course, are pushing the Kyoto Protocol. Why? Because they are exempt, it's going to saddle us..."[1]

Supporting videos

"Glenn Beck: The Truth of the Kyoto Protocol". Posted on YouTube. September 21, 2007 - Makes the case for the US rejection of the treaty, largely on the point that it does not adequately hold industrializing nations to account.

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