From the Cheap Seats: Mrs. Mark Udall and the One Percent

December 31, 2012
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GREEN LOBBY GREEN? The Climate Reality Project, run by the wife of Sen. Mark Udall (D-Colo.) is trolling for tax-deductible dough

Looks like Al Gore and Mrs. Sen. Mark Udall, aka Maggie Fox, are at odds with their pals in the Obama administration.

The malicious misanthropes and their Climate Reality Project (CraP) are grubbing for tax-deductible dough, the kinds of deductions that the Obamacrats contend are looting the treasury of millions they need to buy votes — er, run programs.

This week CRaP issued a greedy appeal to its kool-aid drinking posterity begging for cash.

“Your contribution of $35, $50, $100, or $350 will help The Climate Reality Project achieve our goal of training 4,000 additional Leaders in 2013,” the CRaP says.

And “Climate Leaders” are of course volunteers, suggesting that they don’t get any money, unlike “Big Money” Maggie Fox-Udall, who, according to the group’s most recent IRS filing, hauled in a handsome $250 large last year (that’s $250,000 for those of you in Eldorado Springs), and Al “Show me the Money” Gore, who’s making a run at becoming the world’s first carbon billionaire…A carbonaire?

Anyway, for the small price of a tax-deductible contribution, any rank-and-file climate alarmist can be a leader, according to the CRaP Commisars.

As “climate leader” Harriett Shugarman is quoted as saying in the plea:

“Doing these presentations has led me to the realization that we are all leaders in some way. And we all need to rise to the challenge and fight against climate change. Together.”

“Together” indeed.

Just CRaP and your money, together.

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