Quote of the day–Al Gore

Take it from me, if it had ended differently, we would not be bogged down in Iraq, we would have pursued bin Laden until we captured him. We would not be facing a self-inflicted economic crisis; we would be fighting for middle-income families. We would not be showing contempt for the Constitution; we’d be protecting the rights of every American regardless of race, religion, disability, gender or sexual orientation. And we would not be denying the climate crisis; we’d be solving it.


Al Gore
August 28, 2008
[Notice he doesn’t say anything about protecting the rights of gun owners so one has to wonder why he doesn’t think his idea of registering all gun owners, support for the so called “assault weapon” ban, and restricting the right of free association at gun shows didn’t show contempt for the Constitution. Would registering all homosexuals and outlawing gay bars not meet his threshold for “showing contempt for the Constitution”?–Joe]

1 thought on “Quote of the day–Al Gore

  1. As is if we were “bogged down” in Iraq. As if capturing Bin Laden would end the jihad, as if more government social spending, more restrictions on business, and strengthening the government monopoly in education would help middle-class families. As if we’re somehow persecuting gays, minorities and women with federal law, as if there were any such thing as a “climate crises”, as if government could do anything about a “climate crisis” if there were one, and in so doing our constitutional rights would be respected and honored.

    Every syllable of his statement is beyond ridiculous. He has serious mental problems.

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