Saturday, October 13, 2007

Gore in '08

Prolific pundit prognosticates presidency
"Gore can beat Hillary"

Saturday, October 13, 2007 9:40 AM

By: Dick Morris and Eileen McGann

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at PhotobucketIf the bumper sticker of ’92 and ’96 (Clinton-Gore) divides, and we find Gore running against Hillary Clinton, Al Gore could not only beat the former First Lady for the Democratic nomination, he could win the presidency.

Gore can seize this opportunity as the campaigns of Obama and Edwards are fading, out-fundraised, out-managed and outmaneuvered by Hillary’s campaign machine.

Al Gore – the newly minted Nobel laureate – could steal the nomination from Hillary’s well-oiled machine.

Here’s why.
I've just gone from somewhat sweaty palms and a facial tic at the thought of Hillary the cleavage Clinton as prez to Michael J. off his meds Fox-like tremors at the possibility of Al "He betrayed us!" Gore.

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at PhotobucketDick Morris is often correct. Worse, there's a big honkin' bowel movement to draft him. Using alchemy and arcane algebra, but mostly the Algorithms that the Goracle himself used to invent the internet, clear-eyed Gorsiples are swarming the net for donations for his bidding.

So much is already in place: the netroots, The Gulfstream IV, and almost limitless money, an OscarTM and a coveted Nobel Peace PrizeTM. But, by far, there's a stunning poster to hang on your bedroom wall, the local Gore HQ wall, even on the padded wall.

I urge you. Hit the 'poster' link above. It''s...hypenotic.

Stare at the image...a little longer...longer...
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Al Gore is a great man.

He should lead our nation and the world.

He can save the planet from its biggest threat.


Because the Earth has a fever.

Take out your checkbook.

Make a donation to Al Gore's campaign.

Now make another donation.

To hire xXx

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As a bodyguard

To protect him

From Hillary's hit squad.

This is a turnpost.

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