Gore as President

This is by far the funniest thing I’ve seen in a long time.  With Bush having done such an awful job, this was a breath of fresh air.  While I don’t think you should watch this as a "wouldn’t it be better under the Democrats", I think it does a good job of pointing out what a different goal the government would have under a Democrat.


  1. BilldaCat on May 16, 2006 at 8:57 am

    Let’s go from funny to scary.


    Check out some of the comments, regarding the media and leaks:

    Good! I hope they do find out who is leaking national security info to the press. I’m tired of the press helping our enemies. Maybe you guys should start trying to “FOR the USA” instead of “AGAINST the USA” ALL THE TIME. I hope the FBI nails lots of idiots who are out to destroy the intelligence agencies and cost us more soldiers and spys!

    good, you seditionist creeps deserve what you get. who knows how many serviceman have died because of your “right to know”

    well maybe ABC news better stop leaking classified information. This only helps our enemies and right now I believe ABC news is an enemy of the US.

    and my personal favorite:

    You guys in the press have been sucking up to this president from the very beginning. You reported his lies, you bought the B.S., and you did it all for access and so you could get invited to the right parties, and so he could towel-snap you and give you stupid nicknames.

    And where did it get you? Monitored by the NSA.

    Maybe if you’d done your job from the beginning, we wouldn’t be living in a fascist state run by a madman right now. But no….it was more important that Al Gore was stiff and John Kerry had no charisma. You wanted to drink beer with this guy? Fine. Drink your beer with him. But don’t start crying now about your rights being violated.

    Unreal. It’s amazing how many people jump on the press for ‘breaking the law’, but are seemingly ok with the government doing just that, and in a much more sinister fashion.

    Bush’s approval rating is, what, 29%? 23% of people approved of Nixon has he was leaving office. TWENTY-THREE PERCENT.

    So, basically, 46% of the country will not only give their candidate a blank check to do whatever they want, but approve and support those actions, simply because of the (R) or (D) by their name.

    Now I’m depressed.