“Green New Deal Denier” Obama Gets Massive Fuel Tanks For His 7,000 Ft. Seaside Mansion  


“Green New Deal Denier” Obama Gets Massive Fuel Tanks

For His 7,000 Ft. Seaside Mansion

Breaking news! Former President Barack Obama has received permission to install 3 giant propane tanks, with a combined capacity to store 2,500 gallons of fossil fuel, at his Martha’s Vineyard waterfront mansion.

Fuel for me, but not for thee.

The town of Edgartown, Massachusetts, approved Obama’s application to get those tanks dropped at his luxury, 7-bedroom home, which he purchased in 2019 for nearly $12 million.

One Edgartown board member told the Martha’s Vineyard Times that the town had never received a request for fuel tanks like this before. “We’ve never had a private propane tank come to us,” Arthur Smadbeck said.

Obama criticized mankind for failing to do more to fight climate change in a November speech at a climate conference. He said, “Collectively and individually, we are still falling short.” The 44th president continued, “We have not done nearly enough to address this crisis. We are going to have to do more.”

We have all this hypocritical bluster while he was simultaneously planning for a propane mega-tank at his mansion.

What the “New Green Deal Denier” really meant is he has done enough, so his family is destined to live without fear of swelling seas, or suffering the loss of their fossil fuel-generated creature comforts.

It is Obama and fellow waterfront elitists like John Kerry and Joe Biden whose virtue signaling absolves them from doing any “more”; with the exception of doing exponentially “more” to expand their own filthy, collective carbon footprints.

It is, you see, only the little people, everyday Americans, who must do lots “more” to curb THEIR lifestyles, but with much, much less.

Let’s call the haughty hypocritical scolds what they really are. Green New Deal Deniers.

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Frank S.
Frank S.
11 days ago

One of the best collection of comments I’ve ever seen on this site. Terrific stuff.

mostly grey
mostly grey
12 days ago

One of the things the climate change sea level rising imbeciles fail to acknowledge is that the sea level ain’t gonna raise, much if at all, since 75% of the ice that, if melted, is already floating. Same reason the amount of water it takes to raise a 600ft ship in the Panama Canal takes the same about of water a 40 boat takes to raise it the same distance.
Propane tanks have a strange habit of leaking at the most inopportune times. So says Ed Abbey’s monkey wrench gang.

Tim Kuehl
Tim Kuehl
12 days ago

This reminds me of the summer of 1973 in Colorado when the government engineered gas shortages limited supplies so Joe and Jane Sixpack had a hard time finding gasoline for their cars. To handle this big time environmentalist John Denver was able to install two 10,000 gasoline storage tanks at his ranch near environment friendly Estes Park. I remember too how a columnist for the Rocky Mountain news shamed the hypocrite by using an altered version of Denver’s song in his column called, “Thank God I’m A Wealthy Boy” and I read Denver had his tanks removed. At least he felt some shame but Obama never will feel shame.
Oh, and yes, the shortages during the early 70s were engineered just like the government is doing it to us today. Denver and other cities had supply problems in ’73 from Memorial Day through Labor Day and allotted a certain amount to each station. Go east from Denver and get all the gas you wanted. In 74 other US cities had shortages but those who had shortages in 73 didn’t. Each area affected was told how to handle it; limit gas station hours, limit how much could be purchased, only allow odd-even day purchases by license plate numbers, only allow minimum purchases so people couldn’t keep their tanks topped off, etc. Then in 75 the problems magically went away.

The Prisoner
The Prisoner
12 days ago

The propane is for powering his complex when the energy cutoffs which the dems are creating begin. Buying a house on the beach indicates no fear of a global warming induced flood. Buying huge propane tanks indicate a fear of energy cutoff.

Tim Shep
Tim Shep
12 days ago

Gee, imagine that. A tree-hugging commie who is so concerned about climate change and rising sea levels, stocking up on fossil fuel for his house on the beach. These are disgraceful people.