Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Al Gore And An Inconvenient Corncob

I think that it will take more than Gore's most recent revelation of his inconvenient truths for him to achieve any aspect of dignity.


I really appreciate the cartoons and erudite comments at Hope n' Change.

"Not for the environment. Not for energy policy. But to buy votes from farmers - even if it meant our elected officials needed to lie about the "science."

Frankly, we appreciate Mr. Gore's sudden and surprising attack of candor as the cash-strapped U.S. considers extending the subsidies (currently $7.7 billion) for another year.

And we hope that if he has any other "inconvenient truths" on his conscience, he doesn't wait quite so long to share them."

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