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Al Gore you crazy. First you invent the internet. Then Bush tops you by discovering the second internet. Then he showboats by stealing your presidency from you. You decide that being president isn't all that its cracked up to be so you take a pass and let him steal it.

Ohh, but not so fast my friend. Al Gore is not the chump you think he is after all. All of a sudden the guy has some balls. He is ready to tell Bush he's a chump. Monday, Gore dissed Bush by saying "our Constitution is at risk," and for the public to resist "a gross and excessive power grab." Zing! Ohh but he isn't finished!

"A president who breaks the law is a threat to the very structure of our government," Gore said. "Whenever power is unchecked and unaccountable, it almost inevitably leads to gross mistakes and abuses." Hot diggity! Where was this guy in 2000? He could have saved us all a bunch of headaches (and a hell of alot of money) by fighting for what he believed in back then.

Instead of fighting he offered back in 2000, "for the sake of our unity of the people and the strength of our democracy, I offer my concession"blah, blah, blah. Garbage I say! You fool Al Gore! Unity under George Jr.? He was obviously delirious at the time.

Well, he has come to his senses obviously and is starting to speak the truth. Gore's major speech in Washington accusing President Bush of "repeatedly and persistently" breaking the law by authorizing the NSA wiretaps makes him the most prominent political figure in America to weigh in on the wiretapping scandal (well outside of my post here).

One last parting shot from Big Al, "The president of the United States has been breaking the law repeatedly and insistently." Lets see the the Bush Leaguers spin this one.

Looks like the days of frontin' on Al Gore are over.

Strange Bedfellows v. Bush and Cheney by Michael Scherer.
Groups Sue to Stop Domestic Spying Program Guardian Unlimited.
Domestic spying challenged in courts Reuters.

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