Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Hey...Doyle, you've got some REAL work to do here!

Our wonderful Governor has more important things to do than to help create jobs, reduce spending or cutting taxes.

Governor Schwarzenegger plows on for his green agenda by announcing the Governor's Global Climate Summit2: On the Road to Copenhagen. The summit will be held in Los Angeles from September 30th to October 2nd. For a second year climate leaders from around the world will gather to collaborate on efforts to further the global fight against climate change. Following 2008's successful meeting, this year’s effort will continue to expand the network of subnational cooperation to stimulate economic growth, reduce our dependence on fossil fuels, create green jobs, promote clean energy solutions and reduce greenhouse gas pollution.

The summit, co-hosted by Governor Schwarzenegger and other U.S. Governors including Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle and Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm, and in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme, brings together like-minded leaders from different countries and cultures to share policies and strategies on how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while growing green economies.

Doyle would rather be in California hosting a summit for a non-existent problem than solving real problems back home.

I think that pretty much sums up what he thinks of Wisconsin and how he has governed.

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