Both +Rodney Graves
and +Paul Huber
believe that the climate problem is the attribution problem. The video that Paul points to (I haven't watched the whole thing) starts out the same way.
They should ask themselves why the climate community began raising the alarm about warming in the late 1970s, before the warming began at all.
The right way to look at the issue is not to look at CO2 as an attempt to explain the relatively modest global warming to date. The right way to look at the observations is to determine whether it is in line or otherwise with theoretical predictions, including but by no means limited to global mean temperatures.
Which in fact it is. See the 1979 National Academy study and compare with the thirty years evolution of climate that followed:http://www.atmos.ucla.edu/~brianpm/charneyreport.html
Note, in addition to the global surface warming, the polar amplification and the stratospheric cooling, both correctly predicted in 1979, just before the warming spike started.
You have been systematically misled.