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December 16, 2007

Al Gore Denounces America Again

Al Gore has denounced America on foreign soil before — most notably in Saudi Arabia, home of most of the 9/11 hijackers, where he falsely accused the USA of "terrible abuses" against Arabs at a forum funded by the bin Laden family. But his posturing in front of the socialists gathered in Bali to decide on a strategy for expropriating our wealth is still more appalling, considering his openly seditious rhetoric and the long-term effect it could have on our independence and standard of living.

Bellowed the Goracle to an audience of America-hating UN bobbleheads:

My own country, the United States, is principally responsible for obstructing progress here. We all know that.

The global warming hoax is increasingly revealing itself as an opportunity for the rest of the world to catch up to the US economy — by crippling it. While America is still able to produce wealth, that wealth will be seized by corrupt international institutions in the name of the environment. As usual, Gore full-throatedly sides with our enemies:

[The Goracle] urged delegates to push ahead despite U.S. opposition, even to the point of drafting a negotiating document with blank spaces where American participation should be.

A great civilization is destroyed from within, not from without. By blandly accepting the openly hostile activities of vermin like Al Gore, we are sealing our own fate.

A treasonous demagogue encourages America's enemies to drag it down.


Posted by Van Helsing at December 16, 2007 10:17 AM


(Caption for photo of the Goracle) "You! I saw you drive a non- hybrid car here, you animal! Give me $100 for carbon offsets, plus that jelly donut you were about to eat, and maybe I'll absolve you of your sins against the Holy Mother Earth."

Posted by: Adam at December 16, 2007 11:38 AM

why hasn't this buffoon been shot yet?

Posted by: Anonymous at December 16, 2007 11:53 AM

Hey anonymous, we don't want any western pols shot no matter what their politics. Besides, Al Gore is the best adverstisement we've got for a conservative majority. The man is a buffoon, a fool. I would really hate to see him be made into a martyr.

Posted by: Stogie at December 16, 2007 12:07 PM

Is this not sedition? I think so.

Posted by: GMCassel, AMH1(AW) USN RET at December 16, 2007 12:20 PM

There's got to be a limit to this man's mediocrity

Posted by: Mockin'bird at December 16, 2007 12:39 PM

The best thing we could do is to strip him of his citizenship. It would be so sweet to watch him at the airport customs being turned away. Go live in Norway, Gore.

Posted by: Kevin at December 16, 2007 12:40 PM

I came across and interesting idea. Future news. Here is my attempt:

China shocks the world by revealing the first completely pollution free coal fired power plants are supplying energy to the Olympics. Every gram of carbon the plants produced is trapped and recycled.

In further news it is announced that you may save the environment by getting drunk. Distilled spirits manufacturers finally realized that they could trap and recycle CO2 produced by sour mash fermentation by adding just a little extra plumbing.

And finally, one of the largest sources of waste paper was eliminated as phone books the world over went on an "opt in" system. After it was realized that many people who communicate via cell phone and internet never even open a phone book, it was easy to cut the number of phone books produced in the world by 90%.

Posted by: poetryman69 at December 16, 2007 1:21 PM

I cannot remember offhand what the name of the law is, but I know it states that only The President may make US foreign policy. Private citizens and politicians are banned from doing so without specific consent of the Commander-in-Chief. Its a razor thin line between breaking this law and treason I would think. Gore SHOULD be prosecuted for this in my opinion, if for no other reason than to make an example out of him.

Posted by: Brooklyn Red Leg at December 16, 2007 4:37 PM

Well, at least Gore didn't cry like a baby at the Bali conference. Such cannot be said of the Dutch diplomat in charge of climate negoatiations, who wailed and sobbed uncontrollably, for reasons unknown, but possibly related to discovering that he's actually a three year old girl ...

As his unfinished sentences trailed away, he broke down and walked off the platform to supportive applause.

"He wasn't just wiping his eyes, he was in floods of tears," said one observer.

"Three colleagues - one of them a woman - formed a protective group around him and escorted him out of the hall. It was all very dramatic."

Mr de Boer's breakdown came after nearly a fortnight of squabbling over proposals to cut carbon emissions.

Posted by: mega at December 16, 2007 6:23 PM

Love your photo caption, Adam -- here's another one:

"You! Yeah, right there -- YOU! I saw you not paying attention to me -- don't you know, don't you understand, that I AM GOD come down to Earth to save the planet! Take that piece of garbage outside and execute him -- and make sure to throw his corpse onto the compost heap (recycling, don't you know).

"The penalty for failing to listen to me is Death! And don't you forget it!"

Clearly Al would like to be Emperor of Earth; fortunately, his bloviating is turning people off left and right and winning anti-AGW converts every single day. We thank you for that, Al.

From a Proud Anthropogenic Global Warming DENIER (guess that makes me subject to a Fatwah from God Come to Earth, Blame-America-Firster, and good friend of Islamists, algore -- I'll take it, gladly!).

Posted by: jc14 at December 16, 2007 6:57 PM

Here in PA, its freezing with high winds and snow. Please send all Gore to spew his hot air and warm things up! Wheres all that damn global warming? Al? Al???

Posted by: Anonymous at December 16, 2007 8:00 PM

According to the dictionary, "gore" is derived from the Old English "gor". A word once used for filth, dung...well you get the idea. Wonder if this means Al-gore is a loyal subject of his majesty THE
"lord of the dunghill".

Posted by: fellowes at December 16, 2007 8:26 PM

and they say WE'RE in it for the oil...oh what a wicked web we weave...

Posted by: nanc at December 16, 2007 8:47 PM

the ONLY reason i know he CAN sleep at night is all i know about moonbats...

Posted by: nanc at December 16, 2007 8:48 PM