Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Saudi prince too busy for Aspen palace

If you're looking for a vacation home or a place to retire to, then I've got the place for you. I personally have no use for a 15-bedroom, 16-bathroom 56,000-square-foot mansion high upon the mountains above the city of Aspen, but the oil rich arab can apply for his own zip code. The estate includes several small homes on the 95-acre property. Prince Bandar said he's too busy to enjoy the palace because the duties of chairing his country's security council and he's been spending too much time in Washington. So if you've got a cool $135 million lying around you too can live like royalty.

The next time you pull out your credit card to pay for gas, thank the democrats. If we were able to drill for oil in Alaska and the Gulf of Mexico, poor old Bandar wouldn't have to go through the hassle of selling his mountain mansion.


SkyePuppy said...


You've got that right about thanking the Democrats.

All their environmental extremism has been keeping us from finding more oil, building more nuclear power plants (that can replace some of the oil-burning power plants and free up that oil for my drive to work), and setting up windmills in front of Ted Kennedy's house where there's lots of wind blowing all the time.

But I'm with you. 16 bathrooms are just too darn many to have to clean.

janice said...

Right on Skye, Teddy can't have the veiw from his Hyannis Port compound obstructed by some windmills that could provide electricity to all of Hyannis Port.
Nope! lets continue to be held captive to OPEC and the crazy muslims with their hand on the oil spicket.

Malott said...

Why aren't the Republicanns making the loony Left's environmental extremism a campaign issue?

Sounds like a good time to do it!