The Christian Science Monitor
The Cutting Room Floor
President Bush on Tuesday called on the US to set policies that stabilize greenhouse-gas emissions by 2025. To achieve that objective, the president said, emissions from the utility industry must peak within the next 10 to 15 years.
When a reporter for the Christian Science Monitor asked Nancy for her reaction to the President's climate policy speech, she replied, "President Bush said that by agreeing to Kyoto Protocol goals, the US would have limited its economic growth and shifted US jobs to other countries. Well today, we're facing a recession and more US jobs have shifted overseas although we've done nothing as a nation to tackle global warming." Unfortunately, it didn't make it into the CSM article.