The Al Gore Effect

Finally Al Gore has chosen to endorse a Democratic candidate in this year’s presidential election.  Speaking before an Obama crowd that was, as is quickly becoming par for the course, massive, the former vice president described Obama as, “the candidate best able to solve these problems and...

Gore Lead Dread Ticket?

I am sitting in on a conference call so I can’t dive deep into this but the short is I just saw on the MSNBC crawl something about a Gore lead Democratic dream ticket? Use this thread to discuss the possibility. Is this a distraction? Could it work? Is the media simply looking to stir the pot?...

Al Gore Won’t Endorse

After his crushing defeat (or non-defeat if you prefer) in 2000, Al Gore has risen to something of a mythic figure within the party.  He went off the grid for a while, put on some weight, tried a beard for a bit but thankfully thought better of it, and when he started to come back into the limelight, what...

Who Weeps For Rush?

Okay, I have to hand it to them, conservative pundits really seem to be outdoing themselves today. Even before he actually was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, everyone right of center was taking the opportunity to rake Al Gore over the coals over it.  From attacking the Nobel organization, to attacking Gore,...

Our Mr. Bush

For the remaining thirty percent of America who still supports George Bush, criticism is a harshly dealt with commodity.  Either because there is no true defense of his policies or because attacks on policy hit so close to home on their own beliefs, those in this vocal minority can not abide disagreement...

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