Monday, July 14, 2008

I Would Rather Chew on Tinfoil Than Hear This Speech

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Al Gore just won't go away.

The man whose wife got musically abused (along with the entire Senate) by Frank Zappa for her obscenity in music stupidity (and then went on to have a band who covered the song Darling Nikki--Foo Fighters--play at his abortion of a concert) is still spewing his drivel about global warming and still thinking he is taken remotely seriously anymore. He's scheduled a speech in which he will lay out an "unprecedented challenge" on energy and global warming:

The speech will offer a new way of thinking about our energy production and consumption and a new sense of what is possible when we choose to work together. It will propose a means of tapping America's innovative skills to build a more secure energy future.
Um, Al, if it doesn't include the words "drilling in ANWR" or "drilling domestically" those of us who are struggling to pay for gas will tune you out faster than we did our moms when they told us to pick the dog crap up in the yard. No one save you cares about global warming right about now and besides, the newest Democrat flavor of the month is pledging to lower sea levels and heal the planet so your words carry less weight than ever.

Listen Al, you lost in 2000 and you still haven't gone away. Perhaps Obama can shut you up and nominate you for Christie Whitman's old position at the EPA. Please, just go the hell away Al. Go anywhere, preferably in that environmental nightmare of a home you live in that sucks up more energy than a small city.


Anonymous said...

Wow, I'd rather chew on tinfoil than make the mistake of coming to this awful blog again.

Here's a tip: pick up a book on common grammatical errors in written English, read it, throw it away and delete this blog.

It's that bad.

Scott said...

Please never come back again. Typical lib: go after the grammar but not refute the points made because you know you'd sound inane.

You did not even rebut a single point.

As for your blog, well, I learned you like pizza, poker and bitch about your co-workers. You must be one fun dude to hang with. Plus, you like soccer, which says just about everything we need to know about you.