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Wednesday, May 26, 2004


Drudge Has It Right

Drudge has linked to the latest Algore BS with the phrase Gore Unhinged. Yep, that just about sums it up.

I haven't read the whole thing yet because I don't have a caffeine IV hookup available. Oral administration just doesn't get the job done. So far, I thought this was a great line, considering the source:

He [President Bush] promised to "restore honor and integrity to the White House." Instead, he has brought deep dishonor to our country and built a durable reputation as the most dishonest President since Richard Nixon.

This from the guy how played second fiddle to the biggest scumbag in recent memory. Amazing selective moral memory.

As for reading the rest of the speech I make no promises. I can endure only so much stupidity in a day and I'm almost at my limit now.


I couldn't help myself. Here's a good line:

There was then, there is now and there would have been regardless of what Bush did, a threat of terrorism that we would have to deal with. But instead of making it better, he has made it infinitely worse. We are less safe because of his policies. He has created more anger and righteous indignation against us as Americans than any leader of our country in the 228 years of our existence as a nation -- because of his attitude of contempt for any person, institution or nation who disagrees with him.

Did he just say righteous indignation? Are you kidding me? He just refered to Terrorists as RIGHTEOUS! That's it. I'm nonimating him for Junk Yard Blog's Golden Bombbelt Award right now.

Update 2:

One more reason that Algore deserves the JYB Golden Bombbelt Award, hands down. Rush as this to say about Al-Qaida Gore:

He has succeeded in giving our adversaries in Europe and our enemies in the caves of Afghanistan and the allies of Iraq a message that they'll take to heart, and that is that we are not a united nation, that we do not have the will to win this war, and that we are weak and indecisive. That's the message that Gore sends today, and it's the wrong message, because it's a lie, and beyond that it is an outrage.

Go to the C-SPAN homepage for the video feed (Notes: this link will most likely go bad eventually and the server is overloaded at this moment).

Also, the GOP has responded exactly as they should have (by which I mean they have not used polite political-speak):

Washington, DC—RNC Communications Director Jim Dyke issued the following statement today in response to a speech by former Vice President Al Gore attacking President Bush.

“Al Gore served as Vice President of this country for eight years. During that time, Osama Bin Laden declared war on the United States five times and terrorists killed US citizens on at least four different occasions including the first bombing of the World Trade Center, the attacks on Khobar Towers, our embassies in East Africa, and the USS Cole.”

“Al Gore’s attacks on the President today demonstrate that he either does not understand the threat of global terror, or he has amnesia.”

I'd put my money on, 'He's just a dumbarse.'

Update 3:

Protein Wisdom has a good one on Algore.

Update 4:

More on Algore's versions of waffling.

Update 5:

Ken over at Esoteric*Diatribe obviously has access to the IV caffeine that I lacked. Check out his extensive fisking of Gore's speech. Congrats Ken, you've got a stronger stomach than I do =).


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