Al Gore’s Speech At The Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony

by matttbastard

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Petulant Rumblings has the footage and the transcript.

Related: Will he or won’t he? According to CNN Political Ticker, Gore “told CNN’s Jonathan Mann that he didn’t expect to ever get back in the political process, but that “if I did get back, it would be as a candidate for president.”” More from Carl @ The Reaction and Steve Benen, who aptly notes that the only reason there’s any serious speculation about the former veep’s political aspirations is “because news outlets like CNN find it more interesting to talk about Gore’s non-existent campaign than his efforts to combat global warming.”

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2 thoughts on “Al Gore’s Speech At The Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony

  1. Methinks that ‘crazy AL’ is not so crazy after all. If that is what the press wants to talk about …. titlitate them a bit, and use it as an opening to talk about what you really want.

    If he does not run, he has won, if he runs …. so much the better for him.

    As a President of an environmental organization I was flown across Alberta to watch a very drunk R. Klein say …. well, nothing about the environment, but he did ramble about how Alberta Pacific was going to revolutionize the north.

    The working press has to justify their expenses somehow, so they will print whatever you say. ‘KLEIN ADDRESSES ENVIRONMENTALISTS’ was the headline next day.

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  2. You know it’s bedtime when one intially reads “I was flown across Alberta to watch a very drunk R. Klein” as “I was flown across Alberta to watch a very drunk R. Kelly“.

    Crazy Al does seem to have a fox-like gleam in his eyes as of late.

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