Quotes of the day

posted at 9:30 pm on February 27, 2010 by Allahpundit

“I, for one, genuinely wish that the climate crisis were an illusion. But unfortunately, the reality of the danger we are courting has not been changed by the discovery of at least two mistakes in the thousands of pages of careful scientific work over the last 22 years by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. In fact, the crisis is still growing because we are continuing to dump 90 million tons of global-warming pollution every 24 hours into the atmosphere — as if it were an open sewer…

“But the scientific enterprise will never be completely free of mistakes. What is important is that the overwhelming consensus on global warming remains unchanged. It is also worth noting that the panel’s scientists — acting in good faith on the best information then available to them — probably underestimated the range of sea-level rise in this century, the speed with which the Arctic ice cap is disappearing and the speed with which some of the large glacial flows in Antarctica and Greenland are melting and racing to the sea…

“The heavy snowfalls this month have been used as fodder for ridicule by those who argue that global warming is a myth, yet scientists have long pointed out that warmer global temperatures have been increasing the rate of evaporation from the oceans, putting significantly more moisture into the atmosphere — thus causing heavier downfalls of both rain and snow in particular regions, including the Northeastern United States. Just as it’s important not to miss the forest for the trees, neither should we miss the climate for the snowstorm…

“From the standpoint of governance, what is at stake is our ability to use the rule of law as an instrument of human redemption. After all has been said and so little done, the truth about the climate crisis — inconvenient as ever — must still be faced.”

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“The former vice president apparently finds it inconvenient even to answer calls to testify before the U.S. Senate. You can call him Al . . . but he won’t call back

“After days of calls and e-mails by FoxNews.com to the ‘Al Gore Support Center’ — located online at algoresupportcenter.com and in the real world in Carthage, Tenn — a spokeswoman for Gore declined to comment on the matter.

“‘Thank you for your kind request,’ wrote Kalee Kreider. ‘Unfortunately, Mr. Gore’s schedule is extremely overbooked and we’re unable to offer any availability. It’s very difficult to decline invitations such as yours, but it’s an unfortunate inevitability of the growing influence of the climate-crisis message and the demand on Mr. Gore’s time. We do apologize, but thanks for your interest.’”

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“At the first opportunity for audience participation just several minutes into the proceeding, a longtime and well-known Apple shareholder–some would say gadfly–who introduced himself as Shelton Ehrlich, stood at the microphone and urged against Gore’s re-election to the board. Gore ‘has become a laughingstock. The glaciers have not melted,’ Ehrlich said, referring to Gore’s views on global warming. ‘If his advice he gives to Apple is as faulty as his views on the environment then he doesn’t need to be re-elected.’”

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When Bill Clinton was in the White House
he decided to take up jogging
but he wanted a buddy , so he asked AL Gore to be his jogging partner.

One day when they were jogging on a trail, they saw 2 h00krz , strutting their stuff. So they went upto them and said ” How much”
The women said ” 100 bucks”
Bill said ” We’ll give you 20 ”
The women said ” go away”

The next day, when they were jogging , they saw the same women at the same spot. So Al Gore went upto them and said ” How much”
The women said ” 100 bucks”
He said ” we’ll give you 20″
The women said ” get lost idiots”

The third day, Hillary called Tipper and said” lets join Bill and AL on their jog. So all 4 of them went jogging.
When Bill and Al saw those 2 h00krz, they tries to avoid them and change their path, but they had seen the 2 men.
One of them woman shouted ” hey boyz, so thats what you get for 20 bucks? “

macncheez on February 28, 2010 at 6:41 AM

Note to self: invent mental condoms.

Yoop on February 28, 2010 at 6:40 AM

OMG–that’s it–I’m making myself a bloody mary (or two)when I get home in a few hours!!!

You all have made this night at work go a little faster, and way more fun!

lovingmyUSA on February 28, 2010 at 6:43 AM

“I took the initiative and invented the internet global warming climate change.”

jgapinoy on February 28, 2010 at 7:10 AM

I strikes me as odd that AlGore shuts up the minute there is a question about global warming, and will not engage in any debate. But he is on a roll when in a controlled audience.

Each time he flatulates, the damage to the planet is incalculatable.

Cleveland Steamer on February 28, 2010 at 7:30 AM

Al Gore in An Inconvenient Truth, by Al Gore

On Environment: Humans can impact earth’s ecology; especially the atmosphere
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Many people today assume mistakenly that the Earth is so big that we humans cannot possibly have any major impact on the way our planet’s ecological system operates. That may have been true at one time, but it is not the case any more. We have grown so numerous and our technologies have become so powerful that we are now capable of having a significant influence on many parts of the Earth’s environment. The must vulnerable part of the Earth’s ecological system is the atmosphere. It is vulnerable because it is so thin. Indeed, the Earth’s atmosphere is so think that we have the capacity to dramatically alter the concentration of some o fit basic molecular components. In particular, we have vastly increased the amount of carbon dioxide–the most important of the so-called greenhouse gases.
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On Energy & Oil: Ocean warming causes stronger hurricanes, like Katrina
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Scientists have been using evermore accurate computer models that long ago predicted a much higher range of ocean temperatures as a result of man-made global warming. The actual ocean temperatures are completely consistent with what has been predicted, and they’re way above the range of natural variability.
As the oceans get warmer, storms get stronger. In 2004, Florida was hit by 4 unusually powerful hurricanes. That same year, Japan set an all-time record for typhoons. The previous record was 7. In 2004, 10 typhoons hit Japan.

The emerging consensus links global warming to increasingly destructive power of hurricanes, increasing the strength of the average hurricane a full half-step on the well-known 5-step scale. As water temperatures go up, wind velocity goes up. One major study came out less than a month before Hurricane Katrina hit.

When Katrina first hit, it was only a category 1 storm. Then, it passed over the unusually warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico [and became category 5].
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On Foreign Policy: Drought from global warming set stage for Darfur genocide
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Unbelievable tragedies have been unfolding in the part of Africa near Lake Chad, where genocidal murders have become commonplace in the region of Darfur. The region-wide drought has contributed to the famine conditions that put millions at risk. A little discussed contributing factor to the famine and genocide is the disappearance of Lake Chad.
Just 40 years ago Lake Chad was as large as Lake Erie–formerly the 6th largest lake in the world. But now due to declining rainfall and ever-intensifying human use, it has shrunk to 1/20th of its original size. The lake’s dissipation has led to collapsing fisheries and crops.

While Lake Chad withered, intense drought set the stage for the violence that erupted in neighboring Darfur, a war-torn region of Sudan.

The more we understand about climate change, the more it looks as if we may be the real culprit–the US emits 1/4 of the world’s greenhouse gases. We helped manufacture the suffering in Africa, and we have a moral obligation to try to fix it.
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Al GORE Quotes

canopfor on February 28, 2010 at 7:32 AM

“But the scientific enterprise will never be completely free of mistakes. What is important is that the overwhelming consensus on global warming remains unchanged. It is also worth noting that the panel’s scientists — acting in good faith on the best information then available to them — probably underestimated the range of sea-level rise in this century, the speed with which the Arctic ice cap is disappearing and the speed with which some of the large glacial flows in Antarctica and Greenland are melting and racing to the sea…

You know what there is now a consensus on? Earthquakes–yeah, they happen. They’ve been witnessed, there are survivors, they can be measured, their locations can be pinpointed and the overall damage predicted. Moreover, reliable and valid devices exist which continuously track them 24/7 exist all over the world. Interdependence of these tracking stations allows for pinpointing the epicenter of an event. These events are on record to produce large scale casualties and property damage.

The result? Building codes. Yes, before the dust even settled in quake prone Chile, casualty estimates were far less substantial because of one simple fact—smart building codes that make sense. Not an oppressive, pie in the sky tax on every shovel that turns dirt–common sense building codes are set in place and they save lives and property. Sure, those buildings are more expensive, but what price is it to not have the place fall on your head.

Seismologists do their jobs and observe, report and attempt to predict earthquakes based on plate shifts, quake swarms or patterns and do a good job at warning the public. What you don’t see are draconian recommendations to depopulate San Francisco, LA, or other places as a means to prevent earthquakes–hell, no–seismologists do not behave like climatologists, at least as far as I can tell.

Climatologists have set up a false religion that pursues a revenue stream that, if enacted, would not save lives–it would cost them. It would stifle prosperity, the same prosperity that developed countries enjoy that allows them to both study earthquakes, and develop common sense construction solutions to mitigate damage from when they come.

Are we willing to seize and confiscate prosperity from developing countries for Algore’s shocking claims? Are we willing to sacrifice all of that money for 0.1deg C? When several areas of the Pacific Rim and elsewhere have suffered horrendous earthquakes–a well known event–would we sacrifice the fundage that would allow them to properly build houses in Haiti etc. all in an effort to control “greenhouse gases”?

Analyzing Climatology in the wake of recent seismologic events and the steps taken to mitigate the damage because of them helps to further illuminate the sheer idiocy of the Church of AGW’s efforts.

Quite shaky ground Algore is on these days, and rightfully so. I look forward to seeing his house of cards come tumbling down.

ted c on February 28, 2010 at 7:41 AM

I look forward to seeing his house of cards come tumbling down.

ted c on February 28, 2010 at 7:41 AM

Addendum
the cell door clangs shut and Al’s new roommate says… “Hi there you sweet thang”…
fade to white…

jerrytbg on February 28, 2010 at 7:55 AM

Keep following the money!!! No telling how many companies have Alboar’s name on a contract for some type business.

yoda on February 28, 2010 at 7:56 AM

To Algore
From We The People
Subj Nobel Peace Prize

GIVE………..IT………..BACK!!!!!!!!!

pilamaye on February 28, 2010 at 7:57 AM

wi, I’m not screaming at you.:) I just want understand that you are important and that wherever you are you can add your voice and make a difference.

Cody1991 on February 27, 2010 at 11:54 PM

Oh contrair Cody, you have energized me. I am going to help elect Sean Duffy into Obey’s house seat (and him off appropriations) and Terry Wall into Feingold’s senate seat. They are both polling pretty good according to Rasmussen.

I read everything too, and your right “the people” get it and they are ready to change it up. If these guys above can be polling significant numbers in a deep blue state like Wi against the likes of F&O anything is possible. Your right on the money!

wi farmgirl on February 28, 2010 at 8:20 AM

Al Gore is “…the godfather of climate hysteria…”
In a nutshell (where most nuts are found).

SKYFOX on February 28, 2010 at 8:28 AM

I think Bigfoot,Yeti,Sasquatch,Mugwump and the Jersey Devil have been spotted more combined than ManBearPig lately. He’s obviously hibernating in the Global Warming Snows

adamsmith on February 28, 2010 at 8:34 AM

Shelton Ehrlich, stood at the microphone and urged against Gore’s re-election to the board. Gore ‘has become a laughingstock.

Al Gump Gore. Stupid is as stupid does.

The only thing that will stop this snake oil salesman is litigation.

petefrt on February 28, 2010 at 8:37 AM

his tux jacket lapels are too wide. but what do I know? i’m just a bitter clinger redneck.

kelley in virginia on February 28, 2010 at 8:59 AM

I love how Al’s article blames the ‘new media’ for tricking the public. Stinks when your lapdogs roll over and play dead, doensn’t it, Al? Stinks even worse when they die for real.

As for ‘climate change’: every time I see another picture of a blizzard, I imagine God laughing.

(Pssst: you are not Him, Al. No matter how many Nobel prizes you win.)

Grace_is_sufficient on February 28, 2010 at 8:59 AM

I hope the next Rebublican President launches a full investigation into the climate fraud…NASA, NOAA and Universities receiving public money need to be called to account for junk science being produced with public dollars and used as propaganda for more money…Already, utility companies are loading fees on customers from garbage science. My utility in SC is looking for a ten percent rate increase for environmental issues…

Nozzle on February 28, 2010 at 9:02 AM

It’s snowing as I type. We have 65″ so far, and the Farmer’s Almanac is calling for 40″ more.

“First thing let’s do is hand all the carbon credit brokers.”

Akzed on February 28, 2010 at 9:06 AM

I believe there is some scientific evidence that our planet is warming. I believe that there is a lot more research that needs to be done and that regardless of what the research shows all countries need to be doing something to reduce the polution and act responsibly. What I don’t believe in is some former politician exploiting the research for his own personal gain and accepting a Nobel prize for it when come to find out a lot of his millions were made using faulty data and bad research. And now the little coward wants to hide in his multi-million dollar estate and turn down iterviews? He needs to return the Nobel along with all the millions he made off “inconvenient truths.”

scalleywag on February 28, 2010 at 9:18 AM

The glaciers have not melted,’ Ehrlich said, referring to Gore’s views on global warming. ‘If his advice he gives to Apple is as faulty as his views on the environment then he doesn’t need to be re-elected.’”

The glaciers have not melted.
Gore’s reputation is not so fortunate.
Epic meltdown.

Disturb the Universe on February 28, 2010 at 9:20 AM

Insane. Truly a renaissance Don Quixote. I thought we were supposed to have a separation of Church and State. AGW is Algore’s religion and as such it should be denounced instead of embraced by the Feds.

Sporty1946 on February 28, 2010 at 9:20 AM

Just finished reading this entire thread while having my Sunday morning coffee… Great thread!

Here in my little area of Montana, we have had average snow fall; however, we have had the coldest winter in 18 years. We’re finally getting temperatures above freezing, which is melting the layers of ice we all have been falling on for the past four months. We have been driving on ice, tip toeing on ice, scraping ice from our windows, ice, ice, ice….. The Yellowstone River is right out my back door. The river (where it passes my home) is some 250′ to 300′ across, and it’s been frozen over for months now.

If Al Gore doesn’t face trial for his part in this scam on the American people and our businesses, then we have no justice for the elite. We have only a system by which the laws of our land apply only to you and I. Accountability must be brought back to the forefront of our society.

Who (whom) are the most to blame for the lack of accountability that has plagued our society for the past few decades minimum; the progressive media. These creatures from below should never be trusted by our society again… Katie Couric, Dan Rather, and their kind should be on public trial and forced to face the American people and answer for their sins under oath.

Keemo on February 28, 2010 at 9:26 AM

Keemo on February 28, 2010 at 9:26 AM

I would add our own government the those who lacked accountability and have plagued our society. And if left up to our Congress and this administration, they’ll damage it even more.

scalleywag on February 28, 2010 at 9:37 AM

Proof …
a) There had been no global warming since 1995
b)

WASHINGTON, Jan. 25 [1989] — After examining climate data extending back nearly 100 years, a team of Government scientists has concluded that there has been no significant change in average temperatures or rainfall in the United States over that entire period.

… all the warming occurred between 1989 and 1995
QED

J_Crater on February 28, 2010 at 9:52 AM

scalleywag,

Indeed, and proof of this lies in actions we see taking place right now with regards to Sharpton…

Keemo on February 28, 2010 at 9:53 AM

ted c on February 28, 2010 at 7:41 AM

Excellent post.
However, I have been thinking since I first heard about the Chilean EQ yesterday that somehow, Al WHOR will begin blaming the massive earthquakes on AGW

Chewy the Lab on February 28, 2010 at 9:56 AM

Redeem this, Al. Per Accuweather dot com -

Average temps in Atlanta 2010:
January -2.5 degrees. February -5.5 degrees.

Average temps Carthage, TN 2010:
January -4 Degrees. February -7.5 degrees

Buy Danish on February 28, 2010 at 9:59 AM

The RINO Lindsey Graham is working on a “climate bill” with John Kerry.

He uses all the typical enviro-nazi language and seeks another revenue stream for the federal government in the form of carbon taxes. He uses the same excuses as the climate change fascists including “our dependence on foreign oil”.

This RINO must be stopped. Every alternative energy source is incapable of sustaining itself and must be subsidized by billions of taxpayer dollars. If this RINO was truly interested in promoting other energy sources he’d do everything he could to get the government out of the way … instead he seeks to steal more money and impose more restrictions on fossil fuels and business.

Beware of the leftist in RINO clothing.

darwin on February 28, 2010 at 10:18 AM

The school at which I teach is having a “green day” in April. Preemptively, I’m talking about the lie that is “manmade global warming”. It’s awful–my colleagues don’t believe me. They look at me like I’m insane.

I’m printing off articles and leaving them in the staff lounge. If there is ONE workshop for students on “global warming” on “green day”, I won’t stop until it’s taken off the agenda.

Fighting liberalism in our schools–one tiny (but stubborn!) teacher at a time. :-)

Grace_is_sufficient on February 28, 2010 at 10:21 AM

IIRC, Uhhhbama originally planned to get cap and trade passed first and use that money to fund his health care reform.
Whoopsie.

darwin-t on February 28, 2010 at 10:24 AM

Grace,

Bless You!
Go to drudge and see the front page headline :-)

Keemo on February 28, 2010 at 10:45 AM

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/7332803/A-perfect-storm-is-brewing-for-the-IPCC.html

While the American lame stream media remains silent, the rest of the world is preparing to hold the guilty accountable. The MSM can refuse to report this scandal, but it will come to America without them.

Keemo on February 28, 2010 at 10:48 AM

First it was “global warming”, then “climate change” now it’s “the climate crisis”. The less measurable the claim the more florid the rhetoric.

Mason on February 28, 2010 at 10:50 AM

Grace_is_sufficient on February 28, 2010 at 10:21 AM

I work part time for a small K-8 school. I do science lab electives for the 6 – 8 graders. While talking about one of the labs the 8th grade teacher said the oceans were rising from glacier melts. I told her she might want to recheck that since the nearly 4000 bouys coupled with satellites had shown a slight decrease since 2003. Also mentioned a few of the real sea level change experts and what they had found. She said she was going to go home and check it out and get back with me. I’m still waiting.

chemman on February 28, 2010 at 10:52 AM

First it was “global warming”, then “climate change” now it’s “the climate crisis”. The less measurable the claim the more florid the rhetoric.

Mason on February 28, 2010 at 10:50 AM

Get ready for “climate instability”. It’s already being used to explain the latest heavy snow. Any weather can now be attributed to climate instability.

darwin on February 28, 2010 at 11:01 AM

Me thinks that sometime in 2011 or 2012 there will be a Congressional subpoena issued for Algore’s testimony. I would love to hear Algore say, “I claim my Fifth Amendment rights not to answer the question.”

Pelayo on February 28, 2010 at 11:11 AM

Bottom Line: the Liberals will not give up this AGW mythology unless and until the perpetrators of this hoax are in jail and unable to perpetuate the lies that constitute their “religion.” I have never seen such a refusal to question their own “research” or modify their own conclusions based on such publicly discredited “science.”
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They are mentally ill and they intend to take us with them. WE have become Galileo and they, the church.

ExpressoBold on February 28, 2010 at 11:12 AM

Al Gore is “…the godfather of climate hysteria…”
SKYFOX

Gore looks more and more like Luca Brasi (Lenny Montana) every day.

Pelayo on February 28, 2010 at 11:24 AM

One of the reasons the Europeans are much more in tune to this is they’re already paying for this calamity. The British have proposals on the table to tax their population into submission to pay for this stuff and Europe has already done the carbon trading.

It shouldn’t be lost that carbon trading is over $300 billion right now, if the U.S. is added, it will go to $3 trillion. That alone should point out to why people, like Al Gore, are out there defending the indefensible, there’s money in that carbon.

The U.S. press is making a big mistake by not covering this like the European press. When the crash comes, as it ultimately will, the people who depend on the LSM for their news are going to be shocked they haven’t heard anything about it. Of course, that’s 30% of the population or less and all Democrats so who cares. They’ve already drunk enough kool-aid to believe they elected the best politicians on the planet so that should surprise anyone.

bflat879 on February 28, 2010 at 11:31 AM

But the scientific enterprise will never be completely free of mistakes.

According to my Jr. high school science teacher who in case of a fire would have preferred to save the records of his research over his students lives. This is why after you publish you have to share all your records with everybody. Especially enemies that will try to destroy your findings.

He also said, “The only results that you can really trust destroy your hypothesis. Because your test is probably unintentionally biased.”

Slowburn on February 28, 2010 at 11:42 AM

“From the standpoint of governance, what is at stake is our ability to use the rule of law as an instrument of human redemption…”

That’s the goal of the entire movement, isn’t it?

Climate change movement. Reminds me of another kind of movement…

Corky on February 28, 2010 at 11:46 AM

AlGore makes Bernie Madoff look honest.

la.rt.wngr on February 28, 2010 at 11:46 AM

You know, Al’s pictures of late make him look like certain classical theatrical personae.

eeyore on February 28, 2010 at 12:08 PM

Slap Gore with a subpoena, put him under oath, and put him in jail.

Johan Klaus on February 28, 2010 at 12:39 PM

I’m printing off articles and leaving them in the staff lounge.

Better yet, print them off and give to the students.

If there is ONE workshop for students on “global warming” on “green day”, I won’t stop until it’s taken off the agenda.

If there is, volunteer to teach it!

Fighting liberalism in our schools–one tiny (but stubborn!) teacher at a time. :-)

Grace_is_sufficient on February 28, 2010 at 10:21 AM

Bless you.

BacaDog on February 28, 2010 at 1:04 PM

“what is at stake is our ability to use the rule of law as an instrument of human redemption.”

Do you get that? First of all, he truly believes that we, as humans, have to “redeem” ourselves for using carbon-based fuels, as he sees it as “sin” against the earth. As such, this is proof positive that AGW activists like Gore see this as a religion.

But more dangerous is the statement in totality. In order to force “redemption”, he wants to use “the law”. This is Fascism 101. And he, and others, well-funded and in very powerful positions, mean this in the marrow of their bones and will not stop until they force their ways upon us or are utterly defeated and shamed.

Opposite Day on February 28, 2010 at 1:44 PM

And another thing…..the left constantly waxes on on how smart their “leaders” like Gore are. We dolts simply cannot comprehend what flows from their big, superior brains.

And yet that sentence “what is at stake is our ability to use the rule of law as an instrument of human redemption.”, reveals even more: he has doesn’t know the definition of the word “redemption”.

“Law” or the “Rule of Law” cannot be “used” or ever result in redemption because redemption is voluntary, and is an individual act. Redemption and even Penance cannot be forced.

Newsflash to all the folks think that famous lefties like Gore are so intelligent. He doesn’t know what the word means. He didn’t use it in the sentence in some way to “spin” the word or as a flourish. He doesn’t know what it means. Period.

Opposite Day on February 28, 2010 at 1:58 PM

Kini on February 28, 2010 at 1:19 AM

I know! It should be hot in Venezuela. Even when it’s christmas in PR, when you fly down their 5,000 peak mountain has snow on it. That’s when I saw snow for the first time ever.

Morons. Yeah, I was told over the phone about the ice cap breaking off while 1/4 of the world was shaking. I told my family, “Well, it was nice knowing you!” being overwhelmingly sarcastic, and told my son we should play the Chicken Little movie and ffw to the part where the song “It’s The End Of The World And We Know It” when the aliens vaporize people and destroy the town.

ProudPalinFan on February 28, 2010 at 2:21 PM

Is it ok to wish this total fraud to just disappear? Al Gore is a know nothing, do as I say not as I do, lying POS.

Go away, Fat Al. Just go away.

jdflorida on February 28, 2010 at 2:25 PM

While the American lame stream media remains silent, the rest of the world is preparing to hold the guilty accountable. The MSM can refuse to report this scandal, but it will come to America without them.

Keemo on February 28, 2010 at 10:48 AM

Isn’t it glorious! algore is going to pay in one way or another. It’s like James and Hannah shedding light on acorn bimbos. They will scatter like roaches.

wi farmgirl on February 28, 2010 at 2:38 PM

Maybe Al can pass the time away in his prison cell learning about clouds.

Better yet if he spent his time in the slammer conducting “scared rational” classes teaching others that spreading lies and selling worthless “carbon credits” will only lead to ridicule and ruin.

landlines on February 28, 2010 at 3:10 PM

What a picture of AlGore. It makes me think that maybe Bawney Fwank is behind him.

Oldnuke on February 28, 2010 at 3:24 PM

Validate all of your neurosis Al, prove it!

Speakup on February 28, 2010 at 4:32 PM

It’s over Gore, you lost. Now take your money and go home.

29Victor on February 28, 2010 at 6:31 PM

Unavailable? High demand? Bah! Pee’ing his pants? Yeah. Al…even depends take awhile to biodegrade in a land fill.

capejasmine on February 28, 2010 at 7:01 PM

AL GORE: Evil Warmmonger.

Dr. Charles G. Waugh on February 28, 2010 at 8:05 PM

The photo of the completely worthless algore at the head of this blog it enough to make me vomit…seriously!!! Ignorant, lying maggot!!!

jgdp on March 1, 2010 at 12:51 AM

Reading about Al Gore and Nancy Pelosi is an other-world experience. These people actually impact our lives?

GaltBlvnAtty on March 1, 2010 at 2:24 AM

Al Bundy…Al Gore….not much difference

TrickyDick on March 1, 2010 at 8:37 AM

I swear, Al Gore in that photo looks just like the Scarecrow in “The Wizard of Oz” singing, “If I Only Had A Brain.”

Mary in LA on March 1, 2010 at 2:15 PM

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