Thursday, January 25, 2007

Well, Duh

Rolling Stone agrees with me that Al Gore-- America's own block of wood/Robot-Mars Lander -- pick your metaphor, is the Democrats' ideal candidate. As if you didn't know, "Run Al Run" by Tim Dickinson, pretty much clues you in as to where Rolling Stone stands on a Gore candidacy.
James Carville, who qualifies as an expert, says he'd be "shocked" if Gore didn't run. So would I. A Republican consultant, Frank Luntz, positively gushes that ALGORE is: ". . . an icon. Imagine that: Al Gore, Mr. Straight and Narrow, Mr. Dull on Wheels -- no he's culturally cool." (emphasis in original).
Cool ? Gore's more boring than the Internal Revenue Code and ten times more dangerous.
The fact that so many millions would crawl on glass for this man and really do believe ALGORE's "cool" tells you all you need to know right there about what's wrong with the Demowackos.
Ever since Katrina, I have been convinced that this man was our collective fate. God help us.

3 comments:

louielouie said...

The fact that so many millions would crawl on glass for this man

if that is your way of saying what is wrong with this country, or the direction this country is headed, then i agree.

i don't understand why you didn't give al credit for inventing the internet or global warming........i'm sure that will come in a later post.

Candidly Caroline said...

On a semi-related subject, I marvel at Mary Matalin and James Carville's marriage. How do you possibly have differences as vast as theirs and still be madly in love? They're doing something right.

El Jefe Maximo said...

LL. Wow, you mean Al invented Global Warming in ADDITION to the internet ? Now that really would be an "inconvenient truth."

CC...boy, that's the truth huh ? I can't imagine how that one works out in practice. I figure they must have a big house, travel separately a lot, and thrive on political arguments. I used to know a couple . . . main thing they had in common was they both just seemed to love to fight.

Once upon a time, I was crazy about a left winger for awhile, but that did not work out too well. Like taking a lighter to the kerosene factory.