Arnie Saving The Planet, 7 MPG At A Time

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23 Responses to Arnie Saving The Planet, 7 MPG At A Time

  1. SMS says:

    A left wing Rino through and through.

  2. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Steven, for showing us the commitment of political leaders to stewardship.

    I applaud Senator Blunt for finally speaking out. Today our country and the whole world population are in grave danger.

    WHY ?

    Seventy years ago, at the end of WWII, the western scientific community started to fall under the control of Joseph Stalin – the secret winner of WWII during a news blackout of Asian events AFTER Hiroshima and Nagasaki were destroyed on 6 and 9 AUG 1945, and BEFORE Nations were United on 24 OCT 1945:

    The entire world was secretly sold into USSR-style slavery. Under the threat of possible worldwide nuclear annihilation, Stalin convinced world leaders to:

    _ a.) Unite Nations under the UN
    _ b.) Unite National Academies of Science worldwide
    _ c.) Forbid public knowledge of energy (E) stored as mass (m) in cores of heavy atoms.

    Now seventy years later, this country and the entire world are governed by political hacks that have absolutely no grasp of REALITY:

    The beautiful, water-covered planet on which we live is exactly 1AU (one astronomical unit) away from the PULSAR that

    1. Made our chemical elements
    2. Birthed the solar system five billion years (5 Ga) ago
    3. Sustained the origin and evolution of life on Earth after 3.5 Ga ago
    4. Still controls every atom, life and world and the climate of every planet in the solar system today, . . .

    a volume of space greater than the combined volumes of 10,000,000,000,000,000,000 Earth’s. See “Teacher’s Supplement to Solar Energy”

    World leaders cannot possible protect their countries and their citizens with the false, self-serving information and advice they receive from worldwide National Academies of Sciences and recent, dubious winners of formerly prestigious Nobel, Crafoord, etc. prizes.

    Oliver K. Manuel

  3. His need for acceptance and belonging overpowered anything he may have once had.

    There is no better belonging than belonging to the liberal establishment. It buys forgiveness and indulgences for all sins, real or imagined.

    • rah says:

      But it couldn’t buy him the presidency and that is what he really wanted.

      • darrylb says:

        Lord, help us if that ever happened.
        We had former wrestler,Jesse Ventura as governor of MN and he wanted more.
        He didn’t really win the election, the republican and democratic candidates both lost the election because of their continual foolishness, and the public got tired of it.

        BTW, my cousin Michael was in some moves with Arnie, he played the good guy in the first Terminator movie.

  4. omanuel says:

    This post on Arnie (R) and the earlier one on Moonbeam (D) demonstrate how democracy has thrived in California under worldwide, UN communism.

    Californians still have the democratic right to elect: Republican or Democratic

  5. BallBounces says:

    Animal Farm. Oink.

  6. Dave N says:

    When the MSM doesn’t call out the hypocrites, you know they’re complicit

  7. Anto says:

    Meanwhile, in Sacremento, libtards can’t even organise an Easter egg hunt!

  8. He & Jesse should have quitely taken a retirement after Predator. Everyone on Earth would be better off.

    • gator69 says:

      Looking back, it appears the ‘Predator’ was miscast.

      • it appears the ‘Predator’ was miscast

        You’re suggesting former boxer, longtime Democratic Senator, & a man possibly connected to the Searchlight Strangler killings, Harry Reid? I’d say he almost certainly fits the description of the perfect predator, but there weren’t many nubile young boys in that movie, that I can recall.

  9. Chris Barron says:

    About the worst thing any gas guzzler owner can do for the environment (if that is the concern here) is to replace it with a new higher efficiency car.

    The energy and emissions produced during the build of the replacement car equates to about 100,000 miles of driving of the same car…or the respective equivalent of the gas guzzler. Why add another car to the supply chain when you use less energy just running the old one and not waste energy getting rid of it too….seems like a no brainer to me.

    If you have a gas guzzler then keep on trucking in it…..especially if you travel only average mileages….if you have concerns about the environment, that is

    • I don’t know if you’re aware of this, but that isn’t his first, only, or oldest car. He doesn’t need it for transportation, so your argument is about as stupid as… ah, shit! I just realized that you’re the guy I was going to compare you to.

      • Chris Barron says:

        And i thought that a coveted American value was that anyone can spend their dough on whatever they liked and everyone else can just shut up about it……

        • rah says:

          No, they can spend it on what ever legal thing they want but we serfs still retain the right to say what ever the f*^K we want to about it. For now. Oh, and I wonder which gets the worst mileage? That Bug or his full sized luxury Hummer?

      • Chris Barron says:

        ….and presumably any car collector, Jay Leno included, is doing something wrong…….what is best for the US economy in this – a rich person buying and running a Prius, or those who can afford to, buy expensive cars, lots of them, and pay the taxes for them all too ?

        • rah says:

          Your missing the obvious here. The problem is hypocrisy. Jay has not and does not preach to us about climate change and such. Arnie has and does! Get it?
          Fact is that any and every celebrity that talks the talk but doesn’t walk the walk deserves every bit of derision they get. And Arnie not only talks the talk but when Governor of CA pushed the environmentalist agenda. Arnie is a first class hypocrite on the Barbra Streisand, Al Gore, Leonardo DiCaprio level.

        • gator69 says:

          Ed Begley Jr. is the only “green celebrity” that I know of who is not a complete hypocrite.

        • rah says:

          Oh, I left out one of the biggest of them all. Prince Charles!

        • Chris Barron says:

          I do get it……but …idunno…it just seems too trivial to bother my arse about

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