Friday, July 18, 2008

It's absolutely certain: Al Gore is out of his freakin' mind

Former United States Vice President Al Gore this afternoon challenged Americans to adopt a 10-year plan to reduce carbon emissions from electricity production to zero. Without such dramatic action, the future of the country and ultimately the world is at risk, Gore said.
There was some rep back before the 2000 election who said Gore would lean against the wall outside the chamber during breaks looking like he was reading a book on physics or whatever, but he kept glancing around to see who was seeing him reading a book on physics. After reading that opening quote, any doubts I had are removed.

It Ain't Physically Possible. If he knows it, then he's a first-class dirtbag telling people this crap to A: increase his hold over them and B: considering some of the things we've found out, making money off it. If he doesn't know it, then he's an absolute friggin' moron.

Noting that Americans are "hungry for a new approach" to energy matters, Gore laid out a ten year action plan calling for a new energy grid. Our current grid is outmoded and needs fixing anyway, Gore said, so resources should be allocated toward creation of a new energy grid that will link the cities where the sun shines and the wind blows to the metopolises in need of power.
And what's this magical grid gonna use for conductors, Al? Where's that material gonna come from? Or is this where you wave The Goracle's wand and the pure effin' magic happens?

I'm not sure which is worse, this clown or the morons who worship him.

And thank you, Sondra; my mood was already shot, so might as well have seen this now.


Thud said...

The church of Gore is now going to start providing its first miracles....sod wine from water...power from nowhere...Brilliant!

Kevin said...

Well, I'm glad to know I'm not the only one to have that effect on you.