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    Like I Said, It Practically Writes Itself

    Like I Said, It Practically Writes Itself

    It really isn’t easy or breezy, but stuff like this helps:

    President Obama declared today’s 41st annual Earth Day proof of America’s ecological and conservation spirit—then completed a three-day campaign-style trip logging 10,666 miles on Air Force One, eating up some 53,300 gallons at a cost of about $180,000. And that doesn’t include the fuel consumption of his helicopter, limo, or the 29 other vehicles that travel with that car.

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    Obama plays us for such fools. Let's see what happens in 2012. By the way, I just finished Cashill's Deconstructing Obama. I recommend it. [correcting typo from prior post]

    10,666 miles on Air Force One, eating up some 53,300 gallons

    That just dont seem right. That is 5 gallons per mile.

    @pt: Oh, easily. I flew F-15s which would burn 2000 gallons of fuel for a cross-country flight of about 1000 miles. 2 gallons per mile. And the Eagle is just a little tiny thing compared to AF 1.

    martywd said…

    "To paraphrase Glen Reynolds: When I see them taking this (environmentalism, global warmism, whatever-ism(s)) seriously at a personal level, then I will take it (see previous) seriously!"

    I'm pretty sure Harrison Ford said it first.

    Messes With Texas | April 23, 2011 at 9:00 am

    This is, of course, all the Republican’s fault. Obviously Congress should have already passed a bill for a $10,000,000,000 green program to develop a hybrid 747. The president might have only burned 3 gallons per mile instead of 5. Darn those rascally Republicans .

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