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1.16.2006

Gore 2008

"Former Vice President Al Gore will deliver a major address Monday on the threat posed by policies of the Bush Administration to the Constitution and the checks and balances it created. The speech will specifically point to domestic wiretapping and torture as examples of the administration's efforts to extend executive power beyond Congressional direction and judicial review."

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I thought he invented the internet right? LOL LOL what a DA

Anonymous said...

I hope he runs again! Then they will lose again

gofish said...

I won't be holding my breath for this one.

Anonymous said...

As a fan of neither party, I would strongly recommend that the Dem. Party use duck tape on him. Just seeing him makes me want to vote against him...and I didn't vote for Bush.

Anonymous said...

barry you need to bow to gore! if it was not for him you would not have a blog right? He did invent the internet right? LOL dem's LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Anonymous said...

Al Gore is HOT!!! I would vote for him in a NY minute!

Anonymous said...

...what Gore said has merit...

...but why did Barry run that gosh awful photo?

...Monday's speech revealed a guy with no beard.

...i'd vote for him just to get Tipper in the White House.

comment4U said...

I'm w/Anon @ 7:30. I did vote for Bush, but that Gore does nothing for his party. Looks rotten in a beard too.

Anonymous said...

We need him. His stories are wonderful comic relief.

Anonymous said...

From the Bill Gates 1995 book,
"The Road Ahead" is what Gates wrote on page 5:
In the United States, the connecting of all these computers has been compared to another massive project: the gridding of the country with interstate highways, which began during the Eisenhower era. this is why the new network was dubbed the "information superhighway." The term was popularized by then-senator Al Gore, whose father sponsored the 1956 Federal Aid Highway Act.

Maybe the "Gore Inventing The Internet" was taken a little out of context by NeoConRadio when Gore made that statement.

Gore won a webby in 2005:
"Mr Gore, who was pilloried during the 2000 presidential campaign for appearing to imply that he had created the internet, won a lifetime achievement award for providing crucial political support to the technical development of the World Wide Web."

Anonymous said...

Many provided critical political support to the WWW. The popularization of jargon is hardly a great contribution. In the main, Gore is boring and much more shallow than his continuous narration.