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Heinz plays ketchup with green gang
The Boston Herald ^
| Gayle Fee and Laura Raposa
Posted on 04/25/2007 3:33:05 AM PDT by JohnSheppard
Here’s the Track’s stand on global warming: Until the celebrity windbags quit blowing hot air about saving the planet, the greening of America doesn’t have a snowball’s chance in hell.
Singer Sheryl Crow wants us to spare just a square per flush and wear something called a “dining sleeve.” But when will she cut down on her gas-guzzling tour buses, tractor-trailers and cars?
And now here comes Teresa Heinz, she of the $35 million Gulfstream V, the speed boats - including hubby John Kerry’s 42-foot-long Scaramouche that gets less than one mile per gallon - and a fleet of fuel-sucking SUVs.
Ta-raaaaay-za’s the covergirl for N magazine’s upcoming green issue where she lectures us about how we can save Mother Earth. (Part II of the enviro-talk, God help us, continues in the next issue.)
Heinz and her senatorial spouse, as you are so aware, are peddling a new tome titled “This Moment on Earth: Today’s New Environmentalists and their Vision for the Future.” Even the title sounds wind-baggy. It was, however, printed on recycled paper.
In her Q & A with N editor Bill Ferrell, T gets excited about a lithium battery device, partly manufactured in Massachusetts, that gets 150 miles “to the gallon” when installed in a Toyota Prius.
“That’s amazing,” Heinz said. “It is a plug-in, so you plug it into the house.”
Seen any orange extension cords running out of 19 Louisburg Square these days?
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I’d like Crow and Heinz-Kerry to have all their perks stripped
away for a while and see how they like it. Would they still have the sage advice to impart?
They will, likely. It’s known has “hell.”
Hell hath no perks...
posted on 04/25/2007 3:40:36 AM PDT
The elite, do as we say and not as we do !
They can go #$%@ themselves. My comment might get me in trouble, so be it....
posted on 04/25/2007 3:43:49 AM PDT
Ta-raaaaay-za’s been on this global warming trick for awhile. A few years ago our family went to the local science center only to be confronted with a junk science exhibit on how cow sh*t causes global warming. All funded by Ta-raaaaay-za’s foundation. She funds crap and it’s tax deductible too.
posted on 04/25/2007 3:45:24 AM PDT
N Magazine could visit the 21st century and post their tree wasteful magazine on line.
If T had her way all the little brown children wouldn’t have clothes. Just think of all the energy that would save.
posted on 04/25/2007 4:20:25 AM PDT
(I think the border is kind of an artificial barrier - San Antonio councilwoman Patti Radle)
“how cow sh*t causes global warming.”
Interesting that “Ta-raaaaay-za” would attack something that pairs so well with her ketchup. (Cows)
posted on 04/25/2007 4:29:52 AM PDT
(Dems, Libs, Socialists...call 'em what you will...They ALL have fairies livin' in their trees.)
She's apparently a few gin-soaked raisins over the legal limit.
Let’s start by eliminating all those little packets of Heinz ketchup they hand out at fast food restaurants. Think of all the energy saved not manufacturing them. That would also get a lot of people to not order french fries, which would mean less deep fry cooking, which does nothing but carbonate the atmosphere. Then all those extra potatoes could be turned into bio-fuel. Teresa, we are all waiting for you to show us the way!
If you are rich you can buy carbon credits and do anything you like. According to Al Gore, who has stock in the carbon credit business.
Biggest scam to ever hit this nation or any other.
posted on 04/25/2007 5:20:43 AM PDT
(I will forgive Jane Fonda, when the Jews forgive Hitler.)
Ta-raaaaay-za held onto the Heinz name but she isn’t involved with the company. The family sold off the vast majority of their shares back in the mid nineties. The Heinz Foundations are associated with the family not the company.
posted on 04/25/2007 5:24:35 AM PDT
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