In America, we generally play a game of Majority Rules. But when America participates in games on the world stage, different rules apply.
For example, check out this chart from Inhabitat showing a breakdown of which countries have signed on to the Kyoto protocol and which ONE hasn’t:
Odds like that make me think, “Is the rest of world really that stupid? Don’t they listen to Rush Limbaugh?”
It’s taken just under 10 years (Dec 11, 1997 treaty) for all but one country in the world to agree that it was time to take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Will it take another decade for the last country, the United States, to grudgingly do the right thing? Or will it only take until January 20, 2009?