By Keith Johnson In case you missed it, former Alaska governor Sarah Palin called for President Obama to boycott Copenhagen in an op-ed in the Washington Post today. The piece has, predictably, got the blogosphere abuzzboth for what she says and the fact that she got to say it all. First, Gov. Palins piece takes aim at the Copenhagen climate talks by linking them to the Climategate email scandal, which she says undermines the science behind the meeting in the first place. Then she goes back to familiar ground, arguing that the Obama administrations plan to curb greenhouse-gas emissions will poleax the U.S. economy. The reactions have been fast and furious. The Huffington Post wonders why Gov. Palin got more space from the WaPo; she did another op-ed critical of the administrations plans recently. That wraps into wider criticism of the Washington Post, where George Will regularly infuriates environmentalists with his dismissals of global warming. More on that fallout over at the Atlantic Wire. Gov. Palins piece comes in the middle of pushback against the whole idea that the world even needs to reach agreement to curb emissions at Copenhagenand that the U.S. needs to play a leading role. National Review, for instance, sets out to slay the dragon, as it were: More maddening, this tax-and-spend treaty is a costly solution to an imaginary problem. So-called global warming threatens Earth about as urgently as does the Loch Ness Monster. full story, original op-ed, related video..google CT Patriots Blog Ct Patriot.. Like Ive been trying to say Cap and tax , Healthcare reform, and the Copenhagen treaty are all about the same thing Taxes ie: Redistribution of wealth and Total Control over every aspect of our lives Now i know some of the really weak among us love this idea But I have to believe that the vast majority of us Americans would prefer the Freedom our founding fathers invisioned not the tyranny they left England because of .