Democrats Max Baucus and Jon Tester of Montana, Kent Conrad of North Dakota, Mary Landrieu of Louisiana, Mark Pryor of Arkansas, Jim Webb of Virginia, Mark Begich of Alaska, Kay Hagan of North Carolina, and Joe Manchin of West Virginia.
And Republicans John Hoeven of North Dakota, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, David Vitter of Louisiana, John Barrasso of Wyoming, Mike Johanns of Nebraska, Richard Lugar of Indiana, and Rob Portman of Ohio.
Despite the clear-cut climate science available to them, whether they've looked at it or not, they've decided that it's in the best interest of the United States to ask the President to take an action that will jeopardize the future of humanity.
Their rationale, as Investors.com puts it, with two false assertions to support the conclusion: "Climate change is an imaginary threat. The fiscal cliff is not. It's time for real job and economic growth."