RFK Jr. gets "NIMBY" Award from consumer group

The Envelope, Please...

The Center for Consumer Freedom is pleased to announce our 5th Annual Tarnished Halo Awards. Each year we shine the spotlight on America's most notorious animal-rights zealots, environmental scaremongers, celebrity busybodies, self-anointed "public interest" advocates, trial lawyers, and other food and beverage activists who claim to "know what's best for you." This year's winners:

RFK Jr."Not in My Backyard" Award
Given to environmentalist lawyer Robert F. Kennedy Jr., whose fight for "green" energy apparently stops as soon as the results might spoil his view. Kennedy penned an irate New York Times op-ed in December, condemning the proposed building of wind turbines around the Nantucket Sound. While Kennedy criss-crosses the country in his jet-fuel-burning private plane stumping for alternative energy sources, he wants an exception for his own backyard. Greenpeace spokesman Chris Miller was not pleased, saying: "It's about a vision for healthy oceans, not the view from the Kennedy compound."

Read the rest of The Center for Consumer Freedom awards here, and make your comment below. 
Also see: The Alliance to Save the Sound (ASS) wrote and distributed the infamous RFK Jr. Ed/Op piece. Or do you believe it was RFK, Jr. working late at night at his computer emailing his article to every newpaper in the free world?  here.

The Center for Consumer Freedom is a nonprofit coalition of restaurants, food companies, and consumers working together to promote personal responsibility and protect consumer choices.

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