- The Washington Times - Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Responding to the news that the Obama administration is working on an international climate change agreement that would not need the support of Congress, a tea party group is urging its members to tell Prius drivers how they feel by buying bumper stickers that say: “America Love it or Leave It.”

TeaParty.net blasted out a fundraising email warning that Obama administration wants to sidestep Congress on the issue “regardless of the fact it is a violation of the Constitutional powers of his office.”

“The fight will continue and with your help, we will send these elected parasites packing in November,” the group said in an email. “For the rest of the week, here is something you can do to annoy every Prius driver with an Obama sticker in the back window. For every donation over $3 this week, we have brought back a classic phrase to make it clear how you feel. Bumper stickers will not change the world, but everyone will know exactly how you feel.”

The New York Times reported Wednesday that negotiators are looking to find common ground on a deal that would force the hand of the “world’s largest economics to enact laws to reduce carbon pollution.”

The New York Times report said that administration plans to get around the need for congressional approval by developing a “political binding” agreement that would “name and shame” countries into lowering their emissions.

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