Saving the planet, the Miami way.

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is in Miami Beach for the annual U.S. Conference of Mayors, where the lefties among them signed a pledge Saturday vowing to push the oceans back from our shores, like Moses parting the Red Sea, and stop climate change by adopting the Paris Agreement.

We applaud them on their choice of location for this brave stand against global warming.
Complaining about the heat in Miami must be as challenging as convincing humans we must also breathe to survive. And everyone knows how much Florida cares about protecting its own environment.

What will Hancock and these mayors do to stop global climate change?

Spend taxpayer money to buy new things, It’s how Democrats solve every problem they encounter!

A whole new fleet of cars that run on electricity fueled by coal will be needed for city employees. And brand new green buildings! They want new construction and development of buildings, which will also provide new jobs for their union buddies — Bonus.

Last, but not least, they will make plans, plans to save the planet.

It won’t exactly fall in line with the Paris Agreement, but that’s not the point. The point is to criticize President Trump.

If Hancock really wanted to cut down on climate change, he could have just signed that silly letter from his desk in Denver and saved taxpayers, and the planet, from the climate-killing fumes spewed from that First Class trip to Miami.