I can see you're a single-issue kinda guy.
So the fact that she broken government regulations and hid confidential emails on her personal server doesn't bother you?
The fact that she dismissed the disastrous terrorist attack on the US embassy in Benghazi doesn't bother you?
Everyone else is selfish and shortsighted, but you're not-- right?
Shouldn't we collectively agree on what is needed, before we collectively decide to pay for them? Is this a democratic republic?
Some people, like myself, buy green energy and reduce our energy use because we want to. We don't insist on taking money from hard working people so that the wealthy can install solar panels on their 3,000 sq ft homes and the green energy cronies can make millions.
Central heating is a f*cking retarded idea - heating the whole house when the simple fact is an individual can only use one room at a time.
Some people ACTUALLY LIVE WITH OTHER PEOPLE. Also, you really don't know what central heating is or how it works. I have zones. Valves only allow the hot water to enter the zones where the thermostat is calling for heat.
Radiators in the halls - WTF is that for?
That's for not having it 59 degrees in the halls while it is 69 in the rooms, resulting in possible frozen pipes (in older buildings that can't be as well insulated) or condensation on the walls. Only old buildings have radiators. Newer ones with hydronic heating use baseboards (or underfloor radiators), and you usually only see them in hallways if there's an outside wall or it's a very, very long hall with a high ceiling.
You probably should realize there are a few things like HVAC which you think are simple, but perfectly intelligent people had to study in great detail to master.
They have to be within 8 meters of the key and 30 cm of the car. So that means either standing in someone's garage or the driveway, or if they're parked on the street having an accomplice stand inside the apartment building/house or at least very near it.
Too easy for my comfort, but not trivial.