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By NWV Senior Political News Writer, Jim Kouri
Posted 1:00 AM Eastern
November 17, 2014

President Barack Obama's agreement with the Chinese on Wednesday -- that the two nations will work to cut down on their greenhouse gas emissions -- is being praised by the so-called environmentalists and Obama's leftist supporters within U.S. newsrooms, but many observers believes it borders on treasonous behavior on the part of America's Commander in Chief.

While most news reporters are using words such as "historic" to describe the agreement while failing to tell Americans what exactly the U.S.-China deal entails. The fact that it commits Americans to an agenda they would otherwise oppose appears to be another example of liberal-left, elitist arrogance.

“This unrealistic plan,that the president would dump on his successor, would ensure higher utility rates and far fewer jobs,” said the next leader of the U.S. Senate. "The United States' goal to cut emissions by up to 28 percent by 2025 is given equal footing with China claiming its emissions would hit a peak by 2030 and not go higher? What the hell kind of deal is that," said GOP political strategist Michael Baker.

The deal, in essence, is that American businesses and individuals will cut carbon emissions between "26 percent and 28 percent below 2005 levels by 2025," according to the Obama White House, while the Chinese pledge that its emissions of Earth-warming gases would peak by 2030. "It’s like having a nuclear arms deal in which the U.S. reduces its nuclear arsenal in 11 years while China agrees to only increase its own arsenal of weapons for 15 years," said Burt LeGrande, a former U.S. intelligence officer who currently lectures on asymmetrical warfare and counterintelligence.

In a joint press conference with China's President Xi Jinping, Obama used the word "historic" repeatedly as he described only a few of the details of the de facto treaty proposal and what the world can expect as a result of the two nations' emissions pact. "Of course, as can be expected of this feckless community organizer, Obama made absolutely no reference to the suspected Chinese cyber attacks on the United States, like the recent attack on the U.S. Postal Service," said former law enforcement commander Paula Sellecia, who now serves as a corporate security chief for a multinational firm.

During his carefully worded speech, Obama said, “This is a major milestone in the U.S.-China relationship and it shows what’s possible when we work together on an urgent global challenge. By making this announcement today, together, we hope to encourage all major economies to be ambitious.”

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Obama also said that the U.S. and Chinese will work together to pressure other "major countries to come forth with deep emissions reduction plans." But during the two leaders' speeches, not one word about how the U.S. verifies China's compliance especially since that nation is one of the world's most secretive countries and it hasn't kept most of its agreements with other nations.

Even before Obama has returned home from overseas, soon-to-be Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, slammed the deal as a giveaway and reminded Obama and his minions that last week’s elections showed how Obama’s iron-fisted environmental policies are unpopular with most Americans. “Our economy can’t take the president’s ideological war on coal that will increase the squeeze on middle-class families and struggling miners,” he said in a statement.

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