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    Making America Great Again

    I'm a bit confused on how pulling out of the Paris Accord will make us great.

    If this is what winning so much feels like...


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    Make Lung Cancer Great Again!

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    This does nothing, other than fulfill a campaign promise to the yahoos that think that this does something.

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    One small step for a man-child, one giant leap backwards for mankind.

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    Your in great company tho----3 total now worldwide...Syria...Nicaragua...and USA...say no to Paris

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    I don't follow Trump's logic unless it is an America first and **** the rest of the world attitude. He says it is unfair to America. But the U.S. is one of the highest polluting countries. If we don't do our part, then the rest of the world has to do more to offset our contribution to pollution. This being "fair" to America is unfair to the rest of the world.
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    One step at a time. We were getting screwed with that deal.
    Just look at the flowers Lizzie just look at the flowers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buford View Post
    One step at a time. We were getting screwed with that deal.

    Explain please


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    Quote Originally Posted by Buford View Post
    One step at a time. We were getting screwed with that deal.
    Huh??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenladle View Post
    Explain please


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    According to a study by The Heritage Foundation released in 2016, if the Obama Paris agreement were to be followed, “there would be 206,104 fewer manufacturing jobs between 2016 and 2040.” Heritage projects a loss of over $2.5 trillion in aggregate loss of gross domestic product by 2035.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeA View Post
    According to a study by The Heritage Foundation released in 2016, if the Obama Paris agreement were to be followed, “there would be 206,104 fewer manufacturing jobs between 2016 and 2040.” Heritage projects a loss of over $2.5 trillion in aggregate loss of gross domestic product by 2035.

    I don't agree with this study, but even if I did why can't the great negotiator work out a better deal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeA View Post
    According to a study by The Heritage Foundation released in 2016, if the Obama Paris agreement were to be followed, “there would be 206,104 fewer manufacturing jobs between 2016 and 2040.” Heritage projects a loss of over $2.5 trillion in aggregate loss of gross domestic product by 2035.
    Oh well if the Heritage Foundation says so, it must be true. What about the increases in manufacturing in clean energy?

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