Saturday, April 21, 2007

Gore Plots to Hijack Nomination


Al Gore is plotting in secret to enter the 2008 Presidential campaign, according to the Sunday edition of the Telegraph. Friends of Al Gore, FAG, is assembling members of the unsuccessful 2000 campaign in preparation of the former next President of the United States to announce his late entry later this year.

The inventor of the internet and discoverer of weather has denied any intention to run and has no plans to run. This is political weasel language that does not rule out the possibility of a run at the presidency.

A former campaign team member said:
"I was asked whether I would be available towards the end of the year if I am needed. They know he has not ruled out running and if he decides to jump in, he will have to move very fast.

"He hasn't asked them to do this, but nor has he told them not to."
People called "Gore-watchers" opine that with his Oscar win for the self-serving mockumentary, "Inconvenient Truth", and the publication of his new book concerning the state of US politics next month that VP Al is trying to keep his name in the public square.

Al is running. This just gets curiouser and curiouser. Interesting and scary, too.



The life of Indigo Red is full of adventure. Tune in next time for the Further Adventures of Indigo Red.

2 comments:

Tom C said...

Geez all these Demonrats. They look kinda silly and harmless in the light of day but I'm nervous as a long tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs.

Gayle said...

I echo Tom's thoughts! All these Democrats are absolutely scary. The GOP needs to get off of it's arse and get a move on!

FAG - Friends of Al Gore. ROTFALMBO!