Gore at UN: The US Is "Principally Responsible" for Blocking Climate Talks Progress [VIDEO]

This video summary came from Think Progress

At the 190-nation talks on global warming in Bali yesterday, former vice president Al Gore drew “rapturous applause and cheers” when he criticized the Bush administration for opposing mandatory limits on greenhouse gas emissions: “My own country the United States is principally responsible for obstructing progress in Bali.” Watch a portion of Gore’s speech to your right. Gore drew an even louder ovation when he “reminded delegates that President George W. Bush has only one year and 40 days left in the White House.”

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