.@MikeBloomberg Sick of plutocrat w/ 12 houses, private jet, copter and 2 idling SUV's pontificating about environment!
— realitybasededucator (@perdidostschool) December 29, 2013
Bloomberg pontificates about environment all the time, but few individuals in this world have as big a carbon footprint as the little mayor with the big name brand logo on everything he owns (BLOOMBERG!!!):
Mayor Michael Bloomberg now owns 13 properties around the world, including three pieces of property in Southampton.
In addition to the $20 million, 35-acre Ballyshear estate he bought in 2011, he has acquired an adjacent home and, separately, a neighboring 4.8 acre piece of "vacant unimproved land."
He acquired the additional properties last summer, and they each cost him at least $500,000.
That is in addition to his estate in North Salem, N.Y., which includes two houses and where his daughter Georgina rides horses; his home in Armonk; his condo in Vail, Colo.; his mansion in Bermuda; a condo in New York City that he acquired 13 years ago; a house in Wellington, Fla.; his London estate; his Upper East Side brownstone; and the Upper East Side headquarters of his philanthropic operations.
Bloomberg's property interests, and other details about his personal financial goings-on, are detailed (vaguely) in his Conflict of Interest Board financial disclosure report and a version of his 2012 tax returns, both of which were made available for review by reporters this afternoon in the offices of Bloomberg's longtime accountant, Geller & Company.
Is there anybody in the world more full of crap when it comes to environmentalism than Mike Bloomberg?