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Monday, February 13, 2006


I was hoping to be able to lampoon the Cheney situation. Unfortunately, Jason beat me to it. I'll probably do that later. Meanwhile, is it possible for Al Gore to be more irrelevent, and yet more arrogant and pontificating? I don't think so.


So Al Gore thinks we're handling something badly and speaks out on it, getting media recognition and thus bringing to light what he perceives as a problem, and this makes him irrelevant, arrogant, and pontificating? I must be missing something..
It's the tone of what he said. He doesn't come off as a concerned observer. He comes off as an arrogant loser. "If they would've just listened to me, we would have absolutely no problems."
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