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March 20, 2007

John Edwards Touts New Home's Ecological Advantages

Just because he built a huge house doesn't mean tha John Edwards doesn't care about the environment...his house is "a model of energy efficiency."

The house was built from the beginning, both in its location for passive solar and the use of active solar, to help provide some of the energy for the house," Edwards said in an interview with The Associated Press. "It doesn't provide all of the energy, but it provides some."

He says he is also committed to making the house "carbon neutral," which is moonbatese for "being rich enough to use money to assuage self-inflicted liberal guilt."

Basically, Edwards is trying to deflect criticism that he, who constantly harps about "two Americas," lives in the "America" that he is fond of criticizing. What he doesn't seem to understand is that people are tired of his lecturing us on what we should be doing with our money, not the fact that he can afford to live in a 28,000 foot home.

That, and he's trying to jump on Al Gore's foundering global warming bandwagon, as he tries to resuscitate his barely-in-the-double digits campaign.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 04:59 PM | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0) | Leftwing Lunacy
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carbon neutral?

like when you watch the massive flat screen tv, you open the frig door, to help cool the planet?

Posted by: hnav at March 21, 2007 03:45 PM


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