If you want a completely different perspective on the topic of Al Gore running for president, then check out Rolling Stone magazine. (thanks for the link, amber)
Tim Dickinson, the article’s author, makes the case that Al Gore may be “the ideal candidate for the Democrats” in part because he is “a Hollywood celebrity, the star of the third-highest-grossing documentary of all time.”
Hell- if that’s all it takes- then there must be a bunch of other possible candidates, right?
Take a look at this list of the top ten highest-grossing documentaries
and you’ll see […]
Well, atleast this is a Democrat in the Senate who doesn’t just hate our troops and supports nonbinding defeatist resolutions that do nothing other than help with future political TV ads and embolden the enemy. Sherrod Brown has the courage of his convictions- Sherrod is willing to stand up and tell the Democrats to use their new power to ensure America’s defeat in the war against Islamofascists.
The Bush administration plans to cut funding for veterans? health care two years from now ? even as badly wounded troops returning from […]Full Story... →
There are a lot of people pushing to get Al Gore into the 2008 race for president.? The slogan over at draftgore.com is: He won it once.? He can win it again.?
But, as we all know, Al Gore didn’t win.? Not once.? Not ever.? He lost.? And, if you believe the numbers, then he isn’t likely to win the next time around either.
Democratic VPs Don’t Win Elections
Since 1900, a Democrat running as VP has not won a single election.? Zero.? Zip.?? Actually, VPs in general don’t do too well.
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