Al Gore For Best Actor

This one is a tad bit dated, from the NY Post on May 24th, but, if Drudge thinks it is relevent, hey, why not?

(Gore’s) implication that he is our only hope – every ticket bought for this movie amounts to a soft-money contribution to his 2008 campaign – is ridiculous. He and his friends were in charge for eight years. His charts say global warming got worse in that time. The environment doesn’t seem to care whether the president is a Texas oilman or the Man from Hope.

I used to believe in Al Gore for his environmental stances. I used to think he was one of the non-insane ones. But people like Al, along with the extremists from groups like ELF and Greenpeace, do more damage to the environmental movement then an oil spill in Valdez, Alaska does to the coastline.

Gore was Vice President for eight years. He served in Congress from 1977 to 1993: what did he do? Oh, yes, that’s right, he allowed multiple presidents to relax the rules on SUV’s and other trucks with nary a word, including a major relaxation under Clinton. Look for a quote of his about this issue. Good luck.

Gore has major issues with rainforest depletion. This occurs primarily in South America. Why doesn’t he smack down Chavez and the other SA leaders, whose oil explorations are destroying the Amazon? Maybe he could smack down Laurie David, as well:

People are skeptical about global warming because it builds up to the same chorus as every other lefty hymn: more taxes, more hypocritical scolding (the film is the brainchild of Larry David’s wife, Laurie, part of the community of people who drive a Prius to the private plane) and especially more America-bashing.

She is the one who goes literally insane, yelling and screaming and worse at people who drive SUVs, then hopping on her private plane, which uses more fuel in one cross country trip then a Hummer uses all year.

But, of course, Gore is the same fool who said:

“What changed in the U.S. with Hurricane Katrina was a feeling that we have entered a period of consequences and that bitter cup will be offered to us again and again until we exert our moral authority and respond appropriately,” he says. “I don’t want to diminish the threat of terrorism at all, it is extremely serious, but on a long-term global basis, global warming is the most serious problem we are facing.

That is the same attitude that led the World Trade Center bombing in 1993, Kobar Towers, the USS Cole, and 9/11, among others.

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