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January 27, 2006

Al Gore Suffers Diarreha of the Mouth

Get out the plunger; Al Gore is on a rant again.Al Gore.jpg

This time, he's blasting the recent Canadian election that ushered in a Conservative prime minister and government (although the Conservatives do not have a solid majority). He's claiming that oil money paved the way to victory for the Conservatives.

"The election in Canada was partly about the tar sands projects in Alberta," Gore said Wednesday while attending the Sundance Film Festival in Utah.

"And the financial interests behind the tar sands project poured a lot of money and support behind an ultra-conservative leader in order to win the election . . . and to protect their interests."

One: No longer being any kind of leader himself, Al Bore is in no position to comment on Canada's elections with any kind of authority.

Two: Canada's elections are Canada's business. Unlike some of the elections we hear about in African nations, no one was threatened with imminent pain or death if he didn't vote for a particular party or candidate.

Three: Had the Liberals won, I doubt Al Bore would have had anything to say about it except, "Congratulations!"

Four: Look at the venue he chose for his rant. The Sundance Film Festival is to leftists as sewers are to rats. He knew his audience would lap his commentary up (although I can't quite grasp what Canadian politics had to do with independent film debuts).

Al Bore's worry is that the new PM, Stephen Harper, will remove Canada from the Kyoto protocol. However, based on European progress, it's not likely that participating in the Kyoto protocol will do much to cut down greenhouse gases anyway.

Besides, it has not been definitely proven that CO2 emissions from our cars and factories are responsible for the slight warming of Earth. This planet has gone through warm and cool periods before. Does Al Bore blame the dinosaurs for the ice age that followed their demise?

If he keeps up like this, Al might consider signing Kaopectate as his sponsor.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 12:38 PM | Comments (5) | TrackBack (0) | Just Plain Stupid

That photo is pretty damn funny, Pam.

Posted by: Alex Nunez at January 27, 2006 01:22 PM

Al Gore is living proof that all Harvard graduates are not smart.

Posted by: at January 28, 2006 10:25 AM

You can tell a Harvard man, but you can't tell him much.

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