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Esquire Calls Al Gore A Lunatic

September 21, 2008

I was sent this story by one of my readers. Thanks
Hell, I and many others have been saying the same thing for years.
What took Esquire so long. If the main stream media had been doing their job, all this bull would never have gotten out of the gate.
Gore has been a con man forever and has been given way too much slack.
Gore is a Con, just like his Global Warming Scam and his Carbon Credit Scam.

Al Gore and Maurice Strong – Con Artists

Sheep tend to end up on the dinner plate.

Refuse to vote for anyone who says “Man made global warming – climate change” is a threat, or anyone pushing carbon credits or cap and trade.

Read the Green Agenda and wise up!

Al Gore

Don Arnold/

Al Gore is a lunatic. If you’ve ever seen the man speak in person, well, it’s hard to know whether or not he’s putting you on. He is so over-the-top that you are tempted to laugh. You do laugh. Think about it: There’s this oversized man in a suit at least two sizes too large alternately yelling at you about how our planet has a fever and how you aren’t treating it and then, suddenly, pausing as if in thought (though he has given this talk thousands of times), extending his left hand in front of him as if holding poor Yorick’s skull, examining the tips of his fingers as if the words he is about to say or the idea he is on the verge of is balanced on his digits. And then he begins to speak again, calmly building to an overwrought explication of the apocalypse.

It’s amazing, funny, and borderline crazy. And it’s clearly working.

We, as a culture, always reject the lunatic fringe and then inexorably move toward it. We mocked PETA and then, 20 years later, we’re lobbying Congress to pass legislation securing the rights of dogs. And when the lunatic is a former vice-president who went on to win both the popular vote and a Nobel prize, our willingness to embrace that fringe is enhanced.

So when he stood before us this past summer and claimed that within ten years a combination of wind and solar power can produce all of our country’s electric energy needs, it was both preposterous and strategically brilliant. He set a ridiculous goal, but it’s the very lunacy of it that may push us closer to a consummation devoutly to be wished. Gore is a crazy man. And that is the key to his influence.

Source – Esquire