Al Gore's Carbon Footprint Gets Even Bigger


Thanks to prisoner6

The Los Angeles Times reported last week that Al and Tipper Gore greatly expanded their carbon footprint with the purchase of their fourth luxury home. The 'global warming' business has been very, very good to the Gores.

Former Vice President Al Gore and his wife, Tipper, have added a Montecito-area property to their real estate holdings, reports the Montecito Journal... The couple 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.

Given the ocean-view, Gore really can't be too concerned with rising sea levels

BTW If you look closely at the lamps in the lighting fixtures they ALL appear to be incandescents!


Since Al Gore said he gets no money from the global warming scams, gives it all to charity, he during a congressional hearing ... Where does the money come from?

Doesn't Al Gore care about global warming? He's going to kill all my future grandkids. Oh, no, I'm so worried. Not!

You got to admit it will make a great place for him and the eco hippies to bang their drum, cry and scream for the damage uncaring people do to the trees and rocks. They can do it pool side will drinking cool-aid.

Al and all his buddies aren't singing "kumbaya" anymore. "Hide the Decline" is a much catchier tune. So if your in the neighborhood and hear a that tune it's guaranteed to be Al and the crowd.

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