'...your diatribes against those who are actually trying to do something about it.'
Actually trying to do something about it?
I thought you were smarter than that. Seriously.
Al Gore and company are in it for themselves, and I'm not just talking about his weakness for massage therapists, either.
These guys fly on big, carbon-spewing jets. They spend millions on their own luxuries, then stick it to those who make a tiny fraction of their incomes, whilst evading every dime in taxes themselves, then enjoy fantastic pensions and medical care that you and I will never see.
Kerry marries a multi-millionaire, Soros made his money betting against our American dollar, John Edwards makes his dough with questionable lawsuits against doctors as a 'slip and fall' lawyer, and Robert Kennedy Jr. is born on third base into a bootlegging family and thinks he hit a triple.
All of them are hardly living the pro-environmental lifestyle you wish to portray. You may recycle, but to them recycling is wearing the same pair of pants more than once.
That's hypocrisy, my friend and if you can't see it, you're simply not being honest with yourself.
Don't you grasp that it's a game for leftists like Al Gore and his cronies who tout their so-called 'green' credentials, then reap big profits by gaming their laughable, contrived system of 'carbon credits?'
What's with the silence from the left on that?
Plus, their opulent lifestyles alone ought to make you re-evaluate leftist slobbering:
'...Al Gore and his wife spent $8,875,000 on an ocean-view villa on 1.5 acres with a swimming pool, spa and fountains, a real estate source familiar with the deal confirms. The Italian-style house has six fireplaces, five bedrooms and nine bathrooms.'
And he's a 'man of the people?' Right. Like John Edwards, George Soros, John 'evade taxes until caught' Kerry, Robert Kennedy Jr. and all the other usual leftist suspects.
You're quick to call out the hypocrites on the right, of which there are plenty, but stick your head in the sand when it comes to hypocrites of your own ilk.
I thought you were smarter than that, but I was wrong. At least I'm honest enough to call my own party out when they're ridiculous.
Posted on August 5, 2010 - 08:48 PM