Skip to comments.AL GORE IS OUT OF HIS STRAIGHT JACKET AGAIN
Posted on 09/09/2004 10:22:32 AM PDT by NotchJohnson
AL GORE IS OUT OF HIS STRAIGHT JACKET AGAIN
In an interview with the New Yorker, former Vice President and almost president (thank God he lost) Al Gore is once again attacking the president. This is unbelievable. Al has apparently resigned himself to the fact that he will now live the rest of his life as a bitter victim. The sour grapes have now lasted four years. How much longer are you going to hold a grudge, Al? Apparently forever.
So anyway, in this interview Gore said he did not like President Bush's public declaration of his faith. "It's a particular kind of religiosity. It's the American version of the same fundamentalist impulse that we see in Saudi Arabia, in Kashmir, in religions around the world: Hindu, Jewish, Christian, Muslim. They all have certain features in common." That's right, your eyes do not deceive you....Al Gore has just compared President Bush's religious expression to fundamentalist Islam. Allrighty then.
Gore continued Bashing the president....saying "I wasn't surprised by Bush's economic policies, but I was surprised by the foreign policy, and I think he was, too. The real distinction of this presidency is that, at its core, he is a very weak man." Wow...awfully personal there...do I sense a bit of resentment? What's next? Al protesting in front of the White House gate with a sign saying "get out of my house?" You never know.
Gore went on to call Bush a bully and a moral coward, but you get the idea. Unbelievably, Al Gore can't let go of his 2000 election defeat, but he seems to hold genuine personal hatred for the man that defeated him.
Now that's weak.
Hmm, maybe someone can come up with a picture of that. The left says religion is good but when it's time to actually use some of what you believe you are David Koresh.
I have on my car a bumper sticker depicting the red/blue state map with "Hey, Al, Take it Like a Man" on it. I was considering removing it, thinking it passe. I think I better keep it where it is...........
That's a keeper
Thu Sep 9,12:30 PM ET
Former Vice President Al Gore (news - web sites) speaks to a crowd of over 200 gathered inside the headquarters of the United States Steelworkers of America headquaters in downtown Pittsburgh, Thursday, Sept. 9, 2004. Gore was critical of current Vice President Dick Cheney (news - web sites) for using scare tactics during this year's presidential campaign.(AP Photo/Christopher Rolinson)
"Yes, Al, we know, we know - now it's time for your Prozac, Thorazine & Mellaril..."
Someone post a picture of a sweating, drunken Gore taken after he lost the election!
Well it looks like Al has been hitting the Ben & Jerry's and Domino's big-time again.
To the headline writer...not meaning to nit-pick, but it's spelled "straitjacket"
Gore(d) asks the curator, while pointing to two busts, "Who are those gentlemen?" He was told that one was George Washington and the other was Thomas Jefferson.
Then there was the story about Gore, shortly after he and Tipsey had moved into the vice-president's residence, where he took a walk and got lost.
As entertaining as it is to read the inane comments of this loser, imagine how much fun it's going to be when Kerry speaks in three years! I love laughing at whining libbies!
I didn't realize Gore had gotten so fat.
To me this is Al Gore's public admission that he is indeed a Communist. What else is Communism other than institutionalized atheism? And who hates religion more than a Communist? If Al Gore lived during the founding of our nation, (the 1st Continental Congress declared a National Day of Prayer), he'd have been tarred, feathered and run out of town. Anyone have a barrel of tar handy?
Sore Loserman strikes again!!!
Why is the Dem party populated with such little men? Even their leaders have swallowed the "we are all victims" line. Why are they so devoid of the inner strength and courage to lead?
Yikes! What's with that slicked back, greased down doo?
Or gone off his meds.
When Gore finally conceded, didn't he say he was going back to Tennessee, to mend fences?..He couldn't get elected septic tank inspector..
Btw, does anyone have a copy of the famous straight jacket pic of Al that was being posted here back during the recount days?
If so, please post it.
Surely someone has pictures we could have some fun with today.
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