Thursday, December 3, 2009


Next Wednesday, as soon as my radio show is over I will drive a few blocks to Mr. Biggs to briefly speak at the following event.
The following is from AFP:

In one week President Barack Obama will travel to Copenhagen, Denmark for the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference. It is almost certain the President will commit the United States to an energy rationing scheme that makes us accountable to U.N. bureaucrats, kills jobs here, dramatically raises the price of gasoline and electricity, and infringes on our personal and national freedoms -- all in the name of an unproven radical global warming ideology.

As part of AFP’s ongoing Hot Air Tour, Americans For Prosperity will be hosting a viewing party in Colorado Springs at The Event Center at Mr. Biggs, 5825 Mark Dabling Blvd., Colorado Springs of their Simulcast live from Copenhagen on the same day the President is there to make sure that the truth is told. Joining me will be Former Congressman Bob Beauprez and fellow KVOR talk-show host Jeff Crank
State Director, AFP-Colorado.

AFP President Tim Phillips and Director of Policy Phil Kerpen will be in Copenhagen hosting an event with Lord Monckton (to join the 3.5 million people who have seen his video detailing how our nation could be threatened by international climate agreements) and other European free-market leaders who will detail the hypocrisy of this U.N. conference and explain how cap-and-trade has killed jobs and raised energy prices in their nations.

All this will be Simulcast live to AFP – Colorado’s own Hot Air Tour event at 10:00 a.m. on December 9 th. Space is limited. Light refreshments will be served.
What : Hot Air Tour: Live from Copenhagen & Colorado Springs
Where: Event Center at Mr. Biggs, 5825 Mark Dabling Blvd., North Entrance, Colorado Springs.

Time : 10:00 a.m.
When: December 9, 2009
We're going to be in Copenhagen on December 9 with President Obama -- telling the real story and making sure our Senators see American citizens taking a stand against outsourcing U.S. energy policy to an international body.

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