Morano: 'This is President Obama's moment. He is seeking a treaty or an agreement next year at all costs. It really doesn't matter where China is, where India is; for the first time since the Kyoto protocol was signed back in the 1990s we have a United States committed to signing and making a global treaty happening," Morano reports. "And this is going to get the international community very excited. The United Nations leaders are going to be gaga over this.'
'President Obama -- and John Kerry is seeking a legacy as well -- is going to make an agreement happen next year in Paris. That's a done deal. And of course he wants to bypass the Senate ratification.'