The problem is, with his status as a well-known former Senator, people actually listen to this garbage. He's like Howard Dean with less crazy.
This is why I collect firearms.
They allow those in Saipan?
spydrz, who ever said he was LESS crazy? And wow, I knew Al Gore was the son of a Senator, but I never realized he himself was a Senator! He must be some hot shit! Where can I subscribe to his newsletter?
Dubin, I think his newsletter is the New York Times, or the Washington Post. Both seem to fawn all over him.
oh, yeah, when Al Gore says that, he's advocating communal responsibilities.but when President Bush says that, he's a fascist.i really wouldn't make a good libertine; i think they both have good points. i'm just weary of the highly polemic language. i think the whole political game is a trap.come armaggedeon.
jasdye - I'm glad you made that distinction. Now can't we all just get along and put our energies towards thwarting the real enemy: the combustible engine.And did you just quote Morrissey?
i was thinking the rastas and their apocalyptic raggae songs - remniscent of the revelatory writings of Daniel and John.but, now that you got that in my head, "Everyday is Like Sunday" is a hell of a song. aww, heck, now i got an itchin' to iTune.Down with the Combustible!Come, Armageddeon.
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