Gore Ignores Urge to Lie (For Once)

by Mike on May 21, 2006

in Politics

My internet access is back and so am I. I apologize to the Axis of Right community for my recent prolonged absence. I assure you it will not happen again.

I am firmly in the camp that believes She Who Must Not be Named is a virtual lock for the Democrat nomination in 2008. She will be able to raise funds without moonbat support and has an otherwise strong organization. The only person who can defeat her is Al Gore. He is all but officially diagnosed as mental which helps in a primary and he can claim electability based on his popular vote success in 2000.

Much to my delight, his recent decision to avoid stating that the wicked witch of the east would make a good President tells me that he is starting to act like a candidate.

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Ryan May 21, 2006 at 2:31 pm

I’d absolutely LOVE Algore to run against She Who Must Not Be Named. The infighting. The intrigue. The Moonbats v. the ensconced Kool-Aid crew. It’s be the 4th of July all year (unless one of them beats the Republican… then it would have been like April 15th all year!).

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Ryan May 21, 2006 at 2:35 pm

PS– Good to have you back after the transition to the new job, the respect showed to your new employers by not immediately blogging from work, and the lack of an easily accessible computer outside of that very busy job!

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noonan May 21, 2006 at 2:55 pm

hey Mike, glad to see your posts again.

On the subject of Gore, I don’t think he’s going to run again, at least not in 2008, he’s still too recent a loser. He gets to be an important endorsement however.

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Chris May 22, 2006 at 5:49 pm

I think the signs are pointing to Gore running for president. He’s all over the place with his enviro-wacko movie (the MSM is following along) and he’s attracting voters to the left of Hillary. A Hillary-Gore primary is something to which I look forward, with all hope, the victor of that primary will come out weaker (let’s just hope it’s not against McCain). And the dream ticket on the other side, at least for me, would be Gore-Dean!!!

In terms of Gore being a “loser,” the Democrat party doesn’t care. They still will scream about the popular vote in his defense. Throughout history, something I’ve observed is that the Democrats love to prop up their “losers” (either in elections or policy). Such examples consist of Carter, Clinton, McGreevey and Torricelli.

By the way, Mike, congrats and best wishes on the new job. Glad you’re coming along to the Freedom Concert…it will definitely be a fun day.

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Janess June 3, 2014 at 3:43 am

That’s the thkniing of a creative mind

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