|Obamas new house24-08-2019 04:54|
|Just wanted to make sure everyone saw who bought a house.|
That's right. The climate liar in chief, who preached to us all about correct tire pressure to save the planet, has just dropped 15 million on a.......BEACH FRONT PROPERTY!!!
Someone tell me, with a straight face, that he believes a single shred of this climate change bullshit.
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Edited on 24-08-2019 04:57
|I'm guessing he still packs up the family every year, and flies to Hawaii ever Christmas. Wonder if his private jet is big enough for the secret service agents to fly with them, or if they have their own jet?|
We've been assured the the oceans have been rising for decades. So, was he lying to us, or does he suffer the same affliction as Joe Biden? Maybe they gave him a good discount, because of the flood damage. Guess he could get it raised up on stilts...
Sort of reminds of something I heard on the radio, and meant to look up. Bernie Sanders had a rally or something in California the other day. Young man asked him about climate change, and his private jet. Bernie brushed if off with some like, 'you don't expect me to walk to California'... Seemed like a very good question, since Bernie wants to go 100% renewable by 2030, how is he going to fly then?
|Found the Bernie clip, they cut it short though.|
I'm surprised you'd post a clip of Bernie being funny and charming.
Check out Jimmy Carter's sick crib!:
I think it's really lame Obama is living like a Russian Oligarch.
tmiddles wrote:HarveyH55 wrote:
Think Bernie was being funny? That's what socialism is all about, a handful of people living large, negotiating deals to keep their wealth, trying to steal everybody else. Do you really think taxing the wealthy, includes him, or his friends?
Far as I know, Obama owns quite a few properties. I don't keep up on such things, but pretty sure the sales of of some of them would hit the news. He seems like the type to hold on to every thing he buys. Sort of wonder how he's been earning all his money. He never really had a regular job or business, least nothing that paid as well as being president. Kind of like the Clintons, plenty of money to throw around, live large, but no obvious means of earning it.
You do understand, that part of reducing CO2 emissions, involves everyone using less energy. We are being pushed toward electric cars, and mass transit, where the rich people continue to fly private jets, live in huge houses. Basically the rich socialist aren't going to do anything different, it's everyone else who needs to make the sacrifices. You do realize, that Bernie is paying for most of his lifestyle out of his own pocket either. He's never had a chance at getting elected, or even winning the nomination, but he keeps trying. Mostly, it's free media coverage, all his travel, food, and lodging, is covered by his campaign funds. There are limits on what he can use that money for, but he takes full advantage.
I doubt Obama will be moving into that mansion, it's an investment. The value increased, since it carries the Obama name now, owned by a former president. I wouldn't doubt the upkeep on his properties, a business investment, is a tax deduction. It's not that he need it, or even wanted it, it was something he could use to protect his personal wealth.
HarveyH55 wrote:We are being pushed toward electric cars, and mass transit, where the rich people continue to fly private jets, live in huge houses.
No I don't agree that's the agenda. It's a mix of fashion and practicality. Better fuel economy for cars for example. The PRIUS was embraced by everyone and I've always been amazed that the GEO METRO from 1992, an American car with 46 city / 50 highway got no love at all:
Now the first Prius wasn't until 1997 and it got 42 city / 50 hwy
Why wasn't Leonardo Dicaprio rocking the Metro? I mean it's a little more ugly but come on, they are both ugly.
tmiddles wrote:The PRIUS was embraced by everyone
Many gave it a try ... they fell for the promise. In 2012, US sales reached 236,655 but then hit the skids, dropping steadily thereafter to about 108,000 in 2017. Prius cancelled the development of the Prius V and are in retreat mode. The fact is that hybrids are losers; they are not money makers. The demand just isn't there for them.
tmiddles wrote: and I've always been amazed that the GEO METRO from 1992, an American car with 46 city / 50 highway got no love at all
Americans want their SUVs and trucks. We ditched the Paris Climate Crap because we weren't bullied into believing that any particular cars are destroying the planet.
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Clouds don't trap heat. Clouds block cold. - Spongy Iris
Printing dollars to pay debt doesn't increase the number of dollars. - keepit
If Venus were a black body it would have a much much lower temperature than what we found there.- tmiddles
Ah the "Valid Data" myth of ITN/IBD. - tmiddles
Ceist - I couldn't agree with you more. But when money and religion are involved, and there are people who value them above all else, then the lies begin. - trafn
You are completely misunderstanding their use of the word "accumulation"! - Climate Scientist.
The Stefan-Boltzman equation doesn't come up with the correct temperature if greenhouse gases are not considered - Hank
:*sigh* Not the "raw data" crap. - Leafsdude
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tmiddles wrote:HarveyH55 wrote:We are being pushed toward electric cars, and mass transit, where the rich people continue to fly private jets, live in huge houses.
Well, aside from the trendy, and the marketing specs... They seem like a lot of cheap plastic, at a high price. I got a hunch Obama gave their sales a little boost, since he wanted every one to turn in their older, reliable, gas-guzzling cars, for something newer, greener. Usually, higher economy, means less horsepower. I like something that's going to respond quickly, when I stomp on the gas pedal. Prefer to avoid a collisions, rather than risk injury, and having to deal with the insurance company, repairs. I'll drive anything, if the price is right. Driven quite a few crappy cars, some were ugly as hell, leaked liquids,made a lot of weird noise, but ran alright, if you kept them fed.
Never really been a new car fan, seem silly to spend all that money, and 5 years later, you have a car that might be a decent trade in (down payment) on another. Make payments, means full coverage insurance, which is expensive too. It's just transportation to me, I'm not living in it. Don't spend a lot of time cruising around in it.
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