Skip to comments.Gore demands six resignations
Posted on 05/26/2004 9:53:14 PM PDT by kattracksEdited on 07/12/2004 4:15:33 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
Citing what he called "arrogance, willfulness and bungling" by President Bush in his foreign policy, Al Gore yesterday blamed flawed policies for the abuse of Iraqi prisoners and said six administration officials should resign because of the Iraq situation.
In a fiery speech at New York University -- sponsored by the political action committee of the liberal group MoveOn.org -- the former vice president called for the resignations of Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice, CIA Director George J. Tenet, Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz, and Douglas J. Feith and Stephen A. Cambone, both undersecretaries of defense.
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Gore is a washed up loser, where is he coming from??? Go Home & stuff your face, GORE!
I'm gonna love it when Dubya wins and that loser crawls back into his hole for another four years.
And they're all irrelevent like Al whats-his-name.
Gore, Do Not Pass Go, Go Directly And Straight To H*ll, you fellatio performing on the enemy Lover!!!!
How many cabinet level officers were asked to resign as a result of the Clinton-Gore administration's blindess to the WTC bombing? Zero.
Time to put him in front of cameras 24/7 on his own network!
Or for their attack and burning of the Branch Davidian compound near Waco in 1993?! Again, zero.
Tenet was Clinton's nomination.
At long last, my tagline is topical.
"YOU SIR, are in a position to demand nothing!"
Would someone PLEASE take a sweaty, stinky sock and stuff it in this idiot's mouth????
I'm praying that algore gets a PRIME TIME speech at the Dem Convention. :-)
Then the media can ask why during the Clinton / Gore administration they didn't build more highly armored humvees and decreased our troops 30% beyond the prior Bush I cuts following the end of the cold war.
Got to admit he has some big brass ones for daring to say this.
"Meanwhile, Mr. Gore heaped praise on Democratic presidential contender Sen. John Kerry, but said the Massachusetts Democrat shouldn't have to provide his own detailed plan for the Iraq situation until after he wins the election because too many things could change in Iraq between now and then".
The war on terror could be over by now if Gore had put that much energy out against the terrorists. He would have scared them all back to Christianity.
I just want old algore up on stage after stage,screaming and drooling,and raving like a madman.I dream of hearing him sing the praises of John F'in Kerry! The algore curse is worse than THE CURSE OF THE BAMBINO. :-)
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