This new study proves celebrities are complete hypocrites on “climate change”


Leftist hysteria over so-called “climate change” is spiraling out of control.

It’s made worse by celebrities who use their platform to whip the population into a frenzy.

But this new study proves celebrities are total hypocrites on the issue of climate change.

Leftists are masters of “do as I say, not as I do,” particularly in the area of climate change.

They themselves can’t be inconvenienced, but they want everyone else to sacrifice to “fix” what they call “man-made climate change.”

This cognitive dissonance can easily be found among celebrities who are self-proclaimed climate change warriors.

And a new study found celebrities cause more air pollution than the average person.

RedState reports:

After weeks of being lectured and chastised by celebrities and activists about how everything you do is bad for the planet, these very same eco-warriors are going about churning out far more pollutants than you do.

According to a new study from Stefan Gossling of Lund University, celebrities emit 10,000 more CO2 than the average person, thanks in part to their jet-setting lifestyle, a bit of which is flying to and from places to preach at you about the oncoming climate crisis:

“The global average is 115kg CO₂ per person per year. Yet the vast majority of humanity never fly. This average is created by the staggering emissions of the richest proportion of humanity. I calculated that Bill Gates, for example, causes at least 1,600 tonnes of CO₂ to be emitted into the atmosphere – and this is from flying alone.”

Bill Gates is not alone in his flight habits.

Other climate change activists like Al Gore, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Bono all fly private jets that cause serious pollution.

So the people who are leaving a modest carbon footprint will suffer from the government policies the radical Left wants to ram down our throats while the rich fly around on private planes.

In fact, a recent climate change summit in Italy featuring Barack Obama and other global elites saw 114 private jets descend on the locale.

This Leftist hypocrisy is both disgusting and predictable.

Both Obama and Gore recently bought multi-million-dollar beachfront homes, yet they tell us sea levels are about to reach cataclysmic heights.

Also, Gore’s other home, his posh 10,000-square-foot estate in Nashville, Tennessee used an average of 19,241 kilowatt-hours (kWh) per month in 2016, which dwarfs the U.S. household average of 901 kWh.

That means Gore uses more electricity in one year than the average American family does in 21.

These are the sanctimonious people who are lecturing the rest of us.

Are climate change warriors hypocrites?

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  2. Before everyone starts attacking Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Democrats in general for the so-called “Green New Deal,” I must point out:

    You’d think the unborn-right-to-lifers would immediately understand the animal-right-to-lifers! The case for animal rights should be readily understandable to the millions of Americans opposed to abortion on demand.

    “Although I may disagree with some of its underlying principles,” writes pro-life Democrat Karen Swallow Prior, “there is much for me, an anti-abortion activist, to respect in the animal rights movement. Animal rights activists, like me, have risked personal safety and reputation for the sake of other living beings. Animal rights activists, like me, are viewed by many in the mainstream as fanatical wackos, ironically exhorted by irritated passerby to ‘Get a Life!’ Animal rights activists, like me, place a higher value on life than on personal comfort and convenience, and in balancing the sometimes competing interests of rights and responsibilities, choose to err on the side of compassion and nonviolence.”

    The animal rights movement, representing a cross-section of mainstream secular American society, is NOT “officially pro-choice,” but IS divided on abortion. In a 1992 interview on Dennis Prager’s conservative talk show, when specifically asked about the animal rights position on abortion, Ingrid Newkirk, co-founder of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), admitted, “We’re divided.”

    Former television game show host Bob Barker is a conservative Republican and an animal activist. Tony LaRussa of the Animal Rescue Foundation is a political conservative. Vegan labor leader Cesar Chavez was pro-life. Vegan civil rights leader Dick Gregory was pro-life. Former Washington Post columnist Colman McCarthy, a devout pacifist, has expressed opposition to abortion, and in the 1980s was critical of Reverend Jesse Jackson for having changed sides on the issue.

    Dixie Mahy, past president of the San Francisco Vegetarian Society, has been vegetarian for sixty years, vegan for forty of those sixty years, and identifies herself as pro-life-and-pro-animal Matthew Scully, a conservative Catholic and former speechwriter for George W. Bush identifies himself as “Pro-Animal, Pro-Life.” Catholic Concern for Animals is pro-life-and-pro-animal. Reverend Frank Hoffman’s Christian vegan website is pro-life-and-pro-animal Compassion for animals is a fundamental tenet of the Baha’i faith, which endorses vegetarianism, says abortion is more a matter of individual conscience, but concludes, without taking a position on abortion, life should not be destroyed.

    John Stuart Mill wrote: “The reasons for legal intervention in favor of children apply not less strongly to the case of those unfortunate slaves — the animals.”

    Animals are like children. Henry Bergh, founder of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), successfully prosecuted a woman for child abuse in 1873, at a time when children had no legal protection, under the then currently existing animal protection statutes. This case started the child-saving crusade around the world.

    In Christianity and the Rights of Animals, the Reverend Dr. Andrew Linzey writes: “In some ways, Christian thinking is already oriented in this direction. What is it that so appalls us about cruelty to children or oppression of the vulnerable, but that these things are betrayals of relationships of special care and special trust? Likewise, and even more so, in the case of animals who are mostly defenseless before us.”

    When told the animal rights movement is divided on abortion, Serrin Foster, Executive Director of Feminists For Life, said understandingly, “The Children’s Defense Fund is also divided on abortion.” Feminists For Life has many vegetarians and vegans. Serrin identifies herself as a vegetarian.

    From 1992 through 2003, James Dawson, raised Catholic and now a Buddhist, published Live and Let Live, a pro-life / animal rights / libertarian ‘zine. The ancient eastern reincarnationist religions Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism all predate Christianity, all oppose abortion, all teach ahimsa, or nonviolence towards humans and animals alike to the point of vegetarianism, all are vegan-friendly, and all teach that abortion and war are the karma for killing animals, and that therefore, we cannot end abortion nor bring about world peace until first we abolish the killing of animals.

    This knowledge, however, does not rest with everyone. Not all pro-life-and-pro-animal people advocate the reincarnationist strategy for ending abortion and bringing about world peace. Shay Van Vlieman, founder of Vegans For Life in the late ’90s, said she doesn’t expect to see a vegan president in her lifetime: she would just be glad to elect a president who will work to overturn Roe v. Wade. And she insists she is not a Republican, but a libertarian!

    During the late 1990s, Rachel MacNair, a Quaker pacifist, feminist, vegan, past president of Feminists For Life, moderated an email list for pro-life vegetarians and pro-life vegans. Rachel is now a psychology professor, and has written several books on nonviolence. In 1998, the Animals Agenda ran a cover story on the debate within the animal rights movement over abortion. Vegan congressman Dennis Kucinich (D – Ohio), one of the most liberal members of Congress, was pro-life throughout most of his political career.

    Pro-life vegetarians and pro-life vegans are found within the “consistent-ethic” movement: pro-lifers opposed to capital punishment. A significant number of “consistent-ethic” Christians were / are vegetarian or vegan: Rose Evans, Ruth Enero, Rachel MacNair, Albert Fecko, Carol Crossed, Bill Samuel, Mary Krane Derr, Mary Rider, Father John Dear, etc.

    Mary Rider, a practicing Catholic, wrote in Harmony: Voices for a Just Future, a “consistent-ethic” periodical in 2002:

    “So we teach our children to walk softly on the earth and to embrace nonviolence as the only legitimate means of conflict resolution, on both a personal and a global level. We are aware of the excessive, privileged life we lead as educated, first world U.S. citizens and of the responsibilities to which our privilege calls us. We try to live simply. We eat low on the food chain. We try to buy nothing new… We try to respect all life and carry that message forward in all we do… Because we value people and relationships over things… First world consumption kills people around the world… Pollution, environmental devastation, corrupt governments, war, sweatshops… all are a are a result of our desire to buy more at a lower price… We believe each person has a right to live a valued and respected life free from hunger and discrimination…”

    The threat of overpopulation is frequently used to justify abortion as birth control. On a vegan diet, however, the world could easily support a human population several times its present size. The world’s cattle alone consume enough to feed over 8.7 billion humans. Even if abortion advocates argue shifting to a plant-based diet, a vegan diet, isn’t enough to stave off overpopulation, in light of the data showing the depletion of energy, food, fresh water, land space, raw materials and resources as well as the heavy contribution to air and water pollution, deforestization, and global warming caused by a meat-centered diet, how do abortion advocates — warning about overpopulation consuming the world’s resources — justify consuming animal products?

    If vegetarianism were merely about “fit” or following a peculiar set of “dietary laws” why are pro-lifers offended by pro-choice vegetarians and pro-choice vegans? Clearly, they’re offended because they know vegetarianism involves the animals’ right to life, and thus these pro-choicers appear to value animal life over human life under some circumstances. And issues like animal experimentation, circuses, and fur have nothing to do with diet, eating, nor food, but do involve the animals’ right to life. Leonardo Da Vinci, Count Leo Tolstoy, Mohandas Gandhi, George Bernard Shaw, Susan B. Anthony, Percy Shelley, Rosa Parks, etc. were all vegetarian, and none of them were Jewish nor Muslim.

    For Love of Animals: Christian Ethics, Consistent Action offers an introduction to animal rights ethics within Christianity alongside directly related sanctity-of-life issues, like the possible rights of unborn children. The book’s foreword is written by Mary Eberstadt, senior fellow with the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington, DC, a Catholic who identifies herself as “Pro-Animal, Pro-Life.”

    Author Charles Camosy responds to criticisms from academicians Peter Singer and Lynn White, Jr., that the misinterpretation of “human dominion” (versus compassionate stewardship) is responsible for the current ecological crisis. Camosy indicates that Christianity cannot be blamed if humans with their imperfections distort their own religious teachings, that Christianity did not give rise to the industrial revolution, and that real Christianity — as it was meant to be practiced — is at odds with market-driven ethics and mass consumerism (a point made decades ago by liberal Protestant theologian Dr. Harvey Cox). Camosy concludes: “I became convinced that, if I wanted to be authentically and consistently pro-life, I should give up eating meat.” Dozens of books have been written on Christianity and animal rights. Camosy merely provides an overview of animal ethics in Christianity.

    Steve Kaufman, head of the Christian Vegetarian Association, was raised Jewish, and is now serving in the United Church of Christ, America’s largest pro-choice Protestant denomination. Steve expressed interest in Democrats For Life, his only reservation was whether Democrats For Life favors criminalizing abortion. Some animal advocates and activists (like Catholic vegan columnist Colman McCarthy) oppose abortion, but don’t think criminalization is the answer.

    In 2004, on the Democrats For Life email list, Maria Krasinski mentioned a poll which found animal activists evenly divided on abortion. This either indicates animal rights really are a bipartisan cause which conservatives can support alongside liberals, or it indicates many liberals are uncomfortable with abortion!

    In 2014, Kristen Day of Democrats For Life said: “Roughly a third of the Democratic Party is pro-life. And while many do not call themselves liberal, they share the values which seem to identify with liberalism, particularly a commitment to helping the vulnerable and providing a social safety net.”

    The Democratic Party platform should support: Animal Rights, Defending the Affordable Care Act, Ending Citizens United, Ending Marijuana Prohibition, Giving Greater Visibility to Pro-Life Democrats, Gun Control, Net Neutrality, Raising the Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour, Responding to the Scientific Consensus on Global Warming, and a Sustainable Energy Policy.

    Democrats for Life of America, 10521 Judicial Drive, #200, Fairfax, VA 22030, (703) 424-6663

  3. A free market economy Vs a “Green New Deal” ?

    Should meat be *taxed* ? I’ve heard that when he was with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), Bruce Friedrich would urge legislators to “tax meat” — similar to the “sin taxes” we now see on cigarettes and alcohol.

    Before joining PETA (and later marrying Canadian vegan Hindu Dr. Alka Chandna), Bruce Friedrich distributed copies of his essay “Veganism and Nonviolence” to the numerous Catholic Worker houses across the United States, pointing out that many Catholic worker-types like to think of themselves as nonviolent, but are unaware of the violence that goes into a hamburger and/or a glass of milk.

    A bumper sticker by Friends of Animals reads “Veganism Is Direct Action”…

    …but direct action might be economic impact:

    Abolish “welfare ranching”!

    Abolish all taxpayer support for the livestock industry.

    Vegan author John Robbins provides these points and facts in his Pulitzer Prize nominated Diet for a New America (1987):

    Half the water consumed in the U.S. irrigates land growing feed and fodder for livestock. It takes 25 gallons of water to produce a pound of wheat, but 2,500 gallons to produce a pound of meat. If these costs weren’t subsidized by the American taxpayers, the cheapest hamburger meat would be $35 per pound!

    Livestock producers are California’s biggest consumers of water. Every tax dollar the state doles out to livestock producers costs taxpayers over seven dollars in lost wages, higher living costs and reduced business income. Seventeen western states have enough water supplies to support economies and populations twice as large as the present.

    U.S. livestock produce twenty times as much excrement as the entire human population, creating sewage which is ten to several hundred times as concentrated as raw domestic sewage. Meat producers contribute to half the water pollution in the United States.

    Again: half the water consumed in the U.S. irrigates land growing feed and fodder for livestock. It takes 25 gallons of water to produce a pound of wheat, but 2,500 gallons to produce a pound of meat. If these costs weren’t subsidized by the American taxpayers, the cheapest hamburger meat would be $35 per pound!

    If we abolish all taxpayer support for the livestock industry, the cheapest hamburger meat would be $35 per pound, putting the cost of meat out of reach for most Americans, and effectively making everyone in the United States a vegetarian. This would have far greater and far-reaching consequences than merely taxing meat.

    It takes nearly one gallon of fossil fuel and 2,500 gallons of water to produce just one pound of conventionally fed beef. (Mother Jones)

    Nearly 75% of the grain grown and 50% of the water consumed in the U.S. are used by the meat industry. (Audubon Society)

    Over 260 million acres of U.S. forest have been cleared to grow grain for livestock. (Greenpeace)

    In their 2007 book, Please Don’t Eat the Animals, mother and daughter Jennifer Horsman and Jaime Flowers write:

    “Half of all fresh water worldwide is used for thirsty livestock. Producing eight ounces of beef requires an unimaginable 25,000 liters of water, or the water necessary for one pound of steak equals the water consumption of the average household for a year.

    “The Worldwatch Institute estimates one pound of steak from a steer raised in a feedlot costs: five pounds of grain, a whopping 2,500 gallons of water, the energy equivalent of a gallon of gasoline, and about 34 pounds of topsoil.

    “Thirty-three percent of our nation’s raw materials and fossil fuels go into livestock destined for slaughter. In a vegan economy, only two percent of our resources will go to the production of food.”

    And as a vegetarian, I must ask: why should *my* tax dollars subsidize *your* choice of “lifestyle” — especially if I don’t want my tax dollars subsidizing the taking of innocent life? Abolishing “welfare ranching” is based upon free market principles which conservatives claim to espouse and would have far greater impact than the so-called “Green New Deal” involving greater expansion of government powers, which conservatives claim to oppose. Abolishing “welfare ranching” is the animal rights equivalent to the Hyde Amendment.

  4. Our earthly climate has always changed. What else is new? The glaciers were once all the way down to Colorado. They have been receding for thousands of years and are now found mostly in Canada and Alaska. Global warming has thus been going on for many centuries without any help from man’s activities. Rather than listening to the purveyors of climate crisis, keep your eye on Venice, Italy, whose streets are canals drawing water directly from a part of the Mediterranean Sea, which in turn opens onto the Atlantic Ocean. I’ve been there four times, and that very vulnerable city is not being flooded by melting of the glaciers and the polar ice caps at all. From old paintings of this famous city, it doesn’t look like they have changed much at all. Rather I think that, given all the things we are seeing, what we are actually entering is what Jesus the Christ called “the beginning of Birth Pangs”, or “the beginning of sorrows”. Jesus spoke of the beginning of birth pangs as an important sign of His coming and the end of the age. The birth pangs included political strife (wars and rumors of war), natural disasters (Earthquakes and storms at sea), signs in the sun moon and stars (Blood Moons?), and the “perplexity of nations” at what is happening (Global man-made “climate crisis”?). Its also important to note that Israel has been reborn as prophesied, and most of the world’s Jewry is now back in the Mountains of Zion, “from which they will never again be uprooted.” (Amos 9:15), also as prophesied. For a full explanation, ask the Internet what He was talking about when he spoke of “birth pangs.” The rebirth of Israel started the countdown. Do not be deceived.

  5. Sounds like a collection of atheists. But the latter can’t even explain cogently where matter, law, etc. came from in the first place. No, “everything does not come from nothing and self-design” as they claim (Hawkings), for nothing only can come from nothing – by definition, if it be truly ‘nothing’. Rather I believe we are entering a period which Jesus called the ‘Beginning of Sorrows’). Ask the Internet what Jesus meant when He spoke of the “beginning of birth pangs” for a full definition. or read my next comment down the line a bit. In any case do not be deceived either by the highly unscientific theory of evolution (adaptation is NOT Tree of Life evolution), or man-caused “climate crisis” (a global government initiative designed to herd you like sheep into a false (“peace”). Any attempt at “Global Governance” (Obama), will only bring the worst strife and warfare ever seen on Planet Earth. We are entering and age of great deception. Be ye NOT deceived.

  6. Al Gore and all his lefty friends need to get lost ASAP!! They are all delusional and don’t make any sense at all. They don’t belong in politics and/or in this country. They should go to another planet and maybe they will get their way. Go TRUMP 2020!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. The “h” word, while it applies hasn’t proven very effective. I would suggest we change tactics and just tell these folks that until they start “walking the walk” we’re just going to ignore them. I suspect there is nothing worse for a celebrity or typical politician than to be ignored.

  8. Could someone please find a job for Vasu? His verbosity must qualify him for something; perhaps writing instruction manuals on how to build a bridge to the moon using navel lint.

  9. This is why I don’t listen to them. My husband used to yell when I would forget something “I told you a hundred times”. My answer was always “That’s the problem, after the first two times I just stopped listening”.

  10. Vasu do you read the articles or just copy/paste your talking point of the day?
    This has nothing to do with Hypocritical Celebrities who produce far more carbon emissions in one year, then most people do over the decades!
    Can’t you at least copy/paste to the Topic at Hand?

  11. Maybe someone should tell these SJW elitists there is this new invention called the Internet and this wonderful new thing called Video Conferencing- Why not Skype your World Climate Change Meetings if you are really concerned about the Climate!

    No you wont do that because these bogus meetings which get Zero done or accomplished, completely ignore China and the other vast producers of pollution, because these meetings are really just excuses to have you globalist Elite fools the opportunity to get together and do back door money-making deals and political power grabs under cover of a socially acceptable cause!

    They are all Full of BS and anyone who believes the world will end anytime in the next millennium is a Fool being manipulated by people whos only goal is money and power over you and your life! When I see them give up their private jets, mansions, SUVs, all their toys, and pick up a shovel and start planting some Trees then maybe I might take something they say seriously, but if they really beleive the world will end in 11 yrs they sure as hell are not acting like it.

  12. Good idea, Leftshot. In addition, I’m not above using the “h” word to their faces either. Frankly, the fact that they ignore their own dire predictions — especially with BHO and AlBore both purchasing beachfront homes while predicting a disastrous rise in sea levels — tells me that my advisers, who say that what little contribution to climate change man may make is insignificant next to the influence of the sun, are correct, and except for being generally responsible, I can ignore these dire predictions. (By “generally responsible,” I mean that I recycle where I can — paper, food cans, plastic and glass bottles, conserve resources, etc.)

  13. If they can’t meet via Skype, they could “plane pool.” After all, they want us to carpool or take public transit. But you know darn well, that will never happen precisely they are full of BS (which is what most of them are — e.g., full of themselves).

    The world “could” end in 11 years — but if it does, it won’t be because of “climate change.” It will be an act of the Almighty, who day and time only He knows.

  14. Al Gore and all his climate change minions really ought to preach their crap in China ,India and all the other polluted countries on this planet!

  15. Black folks better keep voting whitey back in office or else they gonna die from global warming and even climate change too hahahahahahahaha

  16. The Climate-Change zealots aren’t content with Forcing Us Back Centuries To A Time When People Were Slaves To Nature; No!! They Now Seek To Demonize Anyone Who Dares Question Their Contentions That We Have Maybe Just A Dozen Years Left If We Don’t Immediately Stop Burning Fossil-Fuels!! The “Consensus” They Base Their Erroneous Beliefs Are A Set Of Taken-Out-Of-Context Remarks Made By Scientists and other experts, twisted to say What the Climate-Change Crowd wants Them To Say!! The Hollywood And Other Celebs Who Hypocritically Want Us To Abandon Our Present Way Of Life Need To Be Boycotted!! Stop buying their Music and Other Art!! Stay Away From Their Movies and Concerts!! Stop Reading Their Books!! Hit Them In Their Wallets!!

  17. You all go looking for everyone else who is wrong, While you are right. I have news for the Lot of you. We are all wrong. And it started57 years ago now. We were not all completely right then, either, but we knew what was always right taking the Bible away from us in schools closed the World from God’s word. Jesus had said, With man nothing is possible. With God, all is possible. today, we hide things that we the police Pulled him overdo not want to deal with. I thought that what I had to deal with growing up was unique to me. My Dad, a Military man terrorized me 4 out of 5 days for 8 years every morning at one AM. I have been as they grew up studying the Cowsill Family band, and they too had a father from the Military who beat the boys and tried to Rape his daughter. My dad made sure he had enough American Legion Stickers, and the police let him go. I am so amazed by the nmber of people my age who were failed by Parents, and adults.

  18. Quit thinking of yourselves First. We are not rich like Trump. What made us Great was how our citizens treated each other. Look to God, and be for each other, and not yourselves

  19. Fred Amirault: I have read some of your posts over time and for the most part I have not agreed with what you wrote. But that’s not why I am posting you. I just want to say, from one human being to another, I am very sorry about the treatment you received from your father, growing up. I am older than you and I also had a very strict, hard disciplined father. I had one brother who died of a brain tumor at the age of 16 and one older sister. We did live in fear. But it wasn’t that he was a cruel man by nature. He grew up in much harder times and all he knew was to provide for the family. That was his only job. The provider.
    So Fred, what I have drawn from my life is that he made me a much stronger person. I forgave him for his shortcomings and I actually thanked him because I made sure I wasn’t going to make the same mistakes as he did when it came to my children.
    You are right Fred. Look to God and trust HIM. HE does knows what’s best for us better than what we think we need… Thank you.

  20. Susanna: Your post is spot on. Thank you! But you made me smile with your correction. I do the same thing. I have been typing on a broken keyboard that has a mind of it’s own and I keep apologizing for my mistakes. We shouldn’t be so afraid someone will think so little of us because of a missed word or a spelling mistake. But we do don’t we? For my part, no worries.

  21. Amen, I’m 200% with them when I too see those freaks in a solar or wind powered plane.Oops I’d comment more but my jet fueled plane is going to take off in a few minutes!!

  22. In the 1970s the same type of people were telling us we would be back in the ‘ice age in 10 to 20 years, guess
    there is no limit to ignorance and stupidity.

  23. Barbara, you are right on. They don’t have to do anything to curb pollution or harming the environment. It is just fine if they don’t go by the rules. They should have to do the same as we do. Actually, just don’t cut down trees and preserve the ones already here. It shouldn’t take a lot of money or regulations, just common sense.

  24. All the celebrities and young people who are so worried about climate change obviously do not believe in God and have no clue that it is natural and there is nothing we can do about it. They believe all the lies and are terrified. They do not know that God created the universe and He is in control. The climate has been changing ever since He created this earth. Christians do not fear climate change because they know that this earth will not last anyway and there is much better to come. They have something to look forward to. Those who deny God and believe satan’s lies do not.

  25. Fine. If we exterminate 4 billion humans your precious animals will be a lot safer and we can eliminate 80% of human causes for global warming. You first.

  26. Climate change is the cover for what the elite really want. Control over what we do, say, believe. They preach this stuff but when asked about giving up flying Bernie Sanders says”what? When I’m president YOU don’t expect ME to drive across the country” They want to give us Medicare for all – but they won’t have the same insurance as they are forcing on us.
    I’m sick of watching the hipocracy!
    We better wake up and protect our rights and constitution! As for global warming we as Americans are doing the right things – we each need to be accountable for our recycling and water usage. Use common sense. But back to all the smoke and mirrors – keep an eye on the progressives who are trying to Change our country. Hopefully soon the swamp monsters will be exposed and the liberal media won’t be able to cover it up. Pray Trump wins 2020!!

  27. Vasu: Well, I am not a vegetarian, however I agree with you on one point. NO Business should be subsidized by the Government. If they can’t make it on their own, too bad !

  28. ok, they want to ban Farting cows….hmmmmm…. do we close Mexican restaurants, after all, while the people that work there are wonderful hard working people just trying to put food on their table…, do we close the places down because they serve ( dare I say it) refried beans, burrito’s and enchiladas?? (NOTE: all gassy foods) …..


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