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March 05, 2007

How Gore's massive energy consumption saves the world

Yesterday, the incomparable Mark Steyn discussed the Rev. Al Gore and how his overconsumption of energy will be the salvation of us all:

Al's massive energy consumption is due entirely to his concern about the way we're depleting the Earth's resources. When I say "we," I don't mean Al, of course. I mean you -- yes, you, Earl Schlub, in the basement apartment at 29 Elm St. You're irresponsibly depleting the Earth's resources by using that electric washer when you could be down by the river with the native women beating your loin cloth dry on the rock while singing traditional village work chants all morning long. But up at the Gore mansion -- the Nashville Electric Service's own personal gold mine, the shining Cathedral of St. Al, Tennessee's very own Palace of Versal -- the Reverend Al is being far more environmentally responsible. As his spokesperson attempted to argue, his high energy usage derives from his brave calls for low energy usage. He's burning up all that electricity by sending out faxes every couple of minutes urging you to use less electricity.

Brilliant as usual! Read it all here.

h/t: Larwyn

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Posted by Pam Meister at 08:40 AM | Comments (3) | TrackBack (0) | Global Warming Hype
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Al, we know, has been an indefatigable proponent for Arab oil interests in his bygone days. (from Google: "Al Gore, Former Us Vice President receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award from Mr. Mohd Al Gergawi, Chairman - Dubai Holdings")

Now this slippery entrepreneur with his carbon credit scheme is envisioning greater nefarious financial peaks. What a scheme-- I mean swindle-- Gore has fabricated!

With deep apologies to Bob Keeshan, may I thus crown Al:
"Mr. Greenbucks!"

Posted by: jng at March 5, 2007 09:49 AM

Al, tell me again why your administration decided NOT to sign the KYOTO treaty? Could it be that it was Inconvenient with your post office holding business ventures?

Posted by: Newtown Mark at March 6, 2007 09:33 AM

It is a good thing that Rev. Al Gore has used all of that electricity and gas, so as to prevent it being used by us unworthy peons.

He knows so much more about how to use it well than us po' ignorent folks.

Posted by: joe-6-pack at March 6, 2007 02:19 PM


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