Believe In Al Gore
Ten years ago, Al Gore said we had only a decade left to save the planet from global warming. But Earth has been doing just fine. Still, we should believe in Al Gore.
At the Sundance Film Festival in January 2006 during the premiere of "An Inconvenient Truth", Gore declared that "unless drastic measures to reduce greenhouse gases are taken within the next 10 years, the world will reach a point of no return." We were, he claimed, in "a true planetary emergency."
Ten years later, we're doing fine, but maybe we should give him the benefit of the doubt. Maybe we should still believe in Al Gore.
Some people actually believe there is no planetary emergency. They point to the fact that none of the dire predictions Gore and his fellow alarmists have made have come true. No matter. We should still believe in Al Gore.
Man Bear Pig!
Hillary Clinton turned to Al Gore, the Pope of the Environmentalist Religion, to help her win over younger voters.
Gore said that he threw his support behind Clinton after he was inspired by the environmental crisis that still hasn't melted the ice caps and killed off the polar bears. An inconvenient truth, to be sure, but since when has that stopped Gore?
It's hard to imagine a worse person to convince those who have fled the Democratic party on Clinton's account to come back, than Al Gore. He's become a one-man clown show because of his over-the-top fear mongering, preaching about the apocalyptic end coming to the planet if we don't stop driving SUVs and living in our air-conditioned homes. He's a hypocrite and a fraud, akin to doomsday prophesiers. The last thing Clinton should have done is throw up someone almost as unlikable as her to help.
In the mean time we bring you this video from the long-running South Park series, beloved by the same Millennials Hillary is trying to coax into the ballot box on her behalf.