. @voxdotcom Oh wait. You guys are serious about this?
— Dr. Ramirez ?? ?☕??♂️ (@cybr_gk) November 12, 2014
The U.S. and China announced that an agreement was reached on capping and cutting CO2 emissions. The agreement is non-binding and, according to reports, doesn’t even require China to begin capping emissions until 2030. And besides…
— nilgirian (@nilgirian) November 12, 2014
Even though the U.S. will endure more job-killing EPA regs as a result and China won’t have to change much of anything, Vox is spinning the deal as a monumental achievement for President Obama:
Obama's climate deal proves China is the biggest foreign policy success of his presidency http://t.co/gzjjEoMPnB
— Vox (@voxdotcom) November 12, 2014
A big proclamation. Or, is it?
Extremely low bar MT @voxdotcom: Obama's climate deal proves China is the biggest foreign policy success of his presidency
— Phineas Fahrquar (@irishspy) November 12, 2014
@voxdotcom Success: Brokering a deal one side will ignore and the other can't enforce.
— Bohemio of the Reeeeing Twenties (@El__Bohemio) November 12, 2014
@voxdotcom So you guys got the memo to push this as a foreign policy success and legacy for the ages.
— William Belcher (@EdB_Ohio) November 12, 2014
.@voxdotcom "Biggest" and only "success" in 6 years, and that's if it's enforceable… ?????
— ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ (@Patri0tZer0) November 12, 2014
@voxdotcom that depends on what you think success means
— Reaganette (@Ezinger44) November 12, 2014
You're really running with this,huh? RT @voxdotcom Obama's climate deal proves China is the biggest foreign policy success of his presidency
— ?SúperStabbyLatina ? (@SuperAndrea) November 12, 2014
@voxdotcom Are you and Salon vying for "Most rabid fanboi of 2014"?
— Uncle Jimmy: Positively Toward the Negative ? (@jneutron1969) November 12, 2014