Kyoto was a mistake which is one we avoided. Yes, it was Republicans who resisted and stopped it.There is SOME hope for a trucker like yourself, and I say this, because I see that you say that you are anti-government, and you are sick of the incursion of government on your paycheque and your livelihood! This is VASTLY different than being anti-Democrat, which is how you come off as, because you are blaming EVERYTHING that ails America on Democrats, as opposed to blaming EVERYTHING that ails America on GOVERNMENT (meaning BOTH Democrats AND REPUBLICANS)! I can understand your frustration IF you are levying your frustration against the government altogether, because I am a central part of your trucking business, being that I am a welder, that was hired to modify semi trucks in order to make trucks WAY lighter, so that when your trucks were carrying loads, your trucks wouldn't exceed weight capacities when your trucks are weighed at truck stops. Many independent truckers across NORTH AMERICA had to take their trucks off the road and make less money working for bigger businesses, because of Kyoto Accord rules...now THAT'S something to be pissed at ALL government for (not JUST Democrats) AND big business for, xxxrayted...Conservatives been running Canada up here since 2006, and a year after that, it was truckers like YOU that were crawling to big business to make a living, while parking your own trucks at repair garages like the one that I worked at, IF you were lucky to afford to put it in the shop for alteration upgrades to abide by Kyoto Accord standards...many more truckers had to become employees for big business (of whom big business didn't pay much tax, IF ANY, to the government), while having to sell their trucks at a fraction of its worth, to guess who...BIG BUSINESS!
I don't blame everything on Democrats, but when it comes to government, it is Democrats who want to expand it. That's why I appear to be anti-Democrat. This is not to say that Republicans have played a hand or two as well, but most of intrusive government comes from the Democrat party here in the US.
I supported Newt Gingrich in the primaries, and as I've said repeatedly, I'm not voting for Romney, I'm voting against DumBama. DumBama is a government everything politician. Romney believes in too much government as well, just not as much as DumBama.
Elections are not about who you want to run the country, elections are about who you don't. It's usually a choice between the bad and the worst.