Wednesday, July 04, 2007

An Inconvenient Truth - Al Gore's Son Arrested Again

Al Gore III, 24, was arrested for speeding in excess of 100mph this morning. He was travelling southbound on the San Diego Freeway, Interstate 5, through Laguna Niguel, California. Police searched the car and found marijuana and the prescription drugs Xanax, Valium, Vicodin and Adderall for which Al3 had no prescription. Al3 was taken to the Men's Central Jail in Santa Ana on $20,000 bond.

But not to worry, Liberal moonbats. The marijuana is probably organic and the speeding car was a Toyota Prius. Even though Al3 was driving very fast, he was getting good gas mileage with minimal carbon footprinting.

Al3 has a long history of law violations. In 2000, he was just 17, you know what I mean, and new to his driver's license, when he was arrested for going 90mph in a posted 55 mile per hour zone. When he was 21, it wasn't a very good year. Al3 was arrested in Bethesda for driving at night without headlights. A search of the car resulted in a marijuana charge.

Meanwhile, rockstar, eco-warrior, "the coolest ex-US vice-president ever", is preparing to take center stage for the global polluting and energy wasting Live Earth concerts.

In his Oscar winning movie, An Inconvenient Truth, Al2 talks about the day his young son, Al3, broke free from his all controlling hand, bolted into the street, and was hit by a car. Al2 relates how that incident prompted him to take up the cause of eco-salvation as opposed to developing good parenting skills. Well, here's an inconvenient truth - Al Gore has not saved his own son and obviously has not given him the attention needed as a growing young man. And now Al2 says he can save the planet!

On a personal note, this is the closest I have ever been, or wish to be, to an Al Gore clone, 2 or 3. I live adjacent to a retaining wall separating the southbound lanes of the I-5 from the surrounding neighborhoods. Al3 passed my home at 100mph and didn't even wave. Bastard! Now he is in the (Republican) Orange County jail only about a 15 minute drive from me at the legally posted speed. I shall celebrate my freedom hard won for me by my father in WWII. Al Gore III, will be in jail bemoaning the bad kharma bequethed him by his father. Eventually, life is fair in America.



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9 comments:

dcat said...

UGH! :P

No thanks me either!

Gayle said...

LOL! I love your take on this, Indigo. I mean... he didn't even wave! Well, you gotta know how snobbish these liberals can be. Still, how rude! :)

Happy Independence Day! God bless!

don said...

The curse of drugs is no respecter of anyone. Not even planet saviors.

Indigo Red said...

Don, in the case of Al 3, I believe the drug use had an identifiable beginning - Al 2. His overwhelming need to control those around him, thevents the affect him, and on the large scale not just the weather, but the entire global climate.

Parental control often plays a determinant role in offspring drug use. I see it in my own family. I don't think it was any accident that Al 3 was caught in an environmentally friendly car, in a republican county, on Independence Day, only three days before Dad kicks off his big global warming bash. Pointing out Dad's truly limited ability to control even those closest to him is an embarrassment to a control freak.

I'm not making this up. View An Inconvenient Truth. Pay no attention to the pseudo-science, but pay close attention to the monologues in between the climate parts. He tells us family stories concerning those moments in which he had no control or had lost control. In the end, he laments the fact that the only place on earth he still controls is that small piece of land that grew the tobacco that killed his sister.

It's all about control for AL2 and foiling that control for AL3. It's sick, but it's also real.

Indigo Rose said...

Drugs, speeding, lousy father.... that ought to get him to the front of the line to hire Paris Hilton's lawyer.

Gayle said...

It's really kind of sad.

Indigo Red said...

Judging from the job Paris' lawyer did, Rose, I'd think Al3 would stay far away from him.

It's more than kind of sad, Gayle, it's terribly sad. Especially for the kid who was lost years ago. Dad says right there is his movie that he decided to devote his life to politics and environmental activism while sitting at the hospital bed of little Al who had been hit by a car.

Al2 conciously chose to all but abandon his family at the very moment most people who love their children would decide to take a job that allows more contact. But not Al Gore. Nosirree, he chose the long days and weeks away from his family. And he knew EXACTLY what he was choosing, because that's what his father had done.

Al 3 has been crying SOS for nearly his whole life and Dad stands with his back to the obvious sign. Al2 is truly pathetic.

dcat said...

Heh! Funny:D :D :D

dcat said...

I read more about it when I was in Oregon this last weekend at a library. That is why the funny IP address.

Hope you are up and running post's soon Indigo.