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01/23/2008

Video: A convenient (and welcomed) truth

by Jeremy Hooper

As one who grew up in Tennessee during the 1980's, Al Gore was this writer's model of the Democratic Party. As an adult in 2008, it thrills me to see him saying stuff like this:

::sigh:: Past seven years, oh how we weep for your squandered potential!

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(H/t: Towle)

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Your thoughts

Explain to me again why he's not running for President? A Nobel laureate, holds an Oscar, was VP, I mean he's a dream candidate.

Posted by: Tony P | Jan 23, 2008 2:04:47 PM

Why does this clip remind me of Mister Rogers? Something in the voice... I dunno. That's completely off-topic, but still...

Posted by: PSUdain | Jan 24, 2008 12:22:30 AM

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