Everything That's Wrong With Al Gore in One Sentence
Posted in Environment by Steven Hayward
From Al Gore's extended rant about climate change in today's New York Times
From the standpoint of governance, what is at stake is our ability to use the rule of law as an instrument of human redemption.
I think Al Gore failed the climate change movement and that his negligence and bindness has done it irreparable harm.
That's exactly why I hope Big Al keeps talking; he's the best weapon climate skeptics have going for them.
10:50 AM / February 28, 2010
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"Al Gore negligence and bindness has done Globull Warming irreparable harm" - that has got to be the understatement of the century. You know there is an old sayiing "You can fool some of the people some of the time, but not all of the people all the time". Fortunately, I a member of the latter group and that it includes never believing that the Clintons or Obama were going to part the sea and make the world all anew....
Praise the Lord that Gore was never elected President.
"...our grandchildren would one day look back on us as a criminal generation..."
You're either with Al Gore or you're with Al Capone.
"...what is at stake is our ability to use the rule of law as an instrument of human redemption."
That's what Jim Jones said when he was mixing the Kool-Aid.
We all joked about carbon offsets as the old papal indulgences racket. But Al wasn't joking. He really believes he's selling salvation.
He's quite mad, you know.