Not sure what you think "the beltway mentality" is or how you think it would differ from "responsibility to govern", but a President never steps away from that, no matter where he goes or what he does.
Growing and decaying vegetation in this land are responsible for 93 percent of the oxides of nitrogen.
Actually, industrial sources produce the vast majority of such oxides. The contribution from vegetation doing anything at all is negligible by comparison.
I've said it before and I'll say it again. The U.S. Geological Survey has told me that the proven potential for oil in Alaska alone is greater than the proven reserves in Saudi Arabia.
Actually, the USGS was telling everybody at the time that oil reserves in Alaska were about one-seventeenth those in Saudi Arabia.
Trains are not any more energy efficient than the average automobile, with both getting about 48 passenger miles to the gallon.
Actually, cars don't get such mileage now and didn't then, and an average passenger train of the time would have gotten about 400 passenger-miles per gallon.
Reagan was known as "Teflon Man" because he lied like a rug and nobody held him accountable for it since he lied in such a kindly, charming, and grandfatherly manner. It was still all lies, no matter how you slice it.
But you'll forgive Reagan. Just not Obama. Different standards apply.
Yeah, you're right, that particular post of yours was a reply about Reagan, but this thread is over a month old and GWB and his ranch vactions were mentioned many times, by many people.
Oh wait...one of those many people, just happened to be none other than YOU, just a few short days ago.
Originally Posted by sawyerlogginon
By the way, when you're trying to snipe at someone for what you call gibberish, it might help if you don't post garbage like this.
http://www.debatepolitics.com/breaki...post1061308637 (Obama Plans 20-day, $4 million Vacation)
“I’m worried that I will be the last Republican president.” - George W. Bush