posted on Mar, 14 2008 @ 04:28 PM
I think he's proved himself more power hungry than money hungry. At the end of his so-called documentary, the credits are intermingled with things we
as individuals can do to help stop global warming... like riding a bike or walking short distances. Gore flies in a jet. That's hypocrisy in
Whenever someone tries to tell me what I should do, I tend to look at their own performance. I would put much more stock in Al Gore if I was unaware
of his family's close ties to oil-rich sheiks (he's from Tennessee, remember? check my location), his ties to China from the 'good old days' when
he was VP, his outrageous personal extravagances, and his record of being, shall we say, less than sincere?
I'd like a cleaner planet too, but so far no one has explained to my satisfaction the simple questions of 'Why aren't we actually cleaning the air
instead of just trying to raise taxes?' or 'Why isn't China included in Kyoto?' Here again, hypocrisy in action.
So if he isn't really after cleaning up the planet, what else could he be after?
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. Gore is about to get his chance to explain all to the
public. I can't wait.