Wednesday, August 10, 2011

'One' Is The Loneliest Number

Many of us had thought we had heard the last of AL Gore, whose troubles releasing his inner chakra last winter turned out to be a harbinger of further loneliness for the Big Mouth Bass of the Big Theory. It seems the baloney thrower is just now realizing we aren't buying what he's still selling. With all his green energy carbon trade-off investments, it must be costing him a pretty penny. Well, he continues to press forward, advancing the intellectual argument on the dangers of CO2 in his typical fashion:

"'Man-made CO2 doesn’t trap heat. It may be volcanoes.' Bulls**t!

'It may be sun spots.' Bulls**t!

'It's not getting warmer.' Bulls**t!."

All right then... though as a man who enjoys a good discussion, I must point out that simply repeating "Bullshit!" over and over again doesn't make for a compelling argument.

Anyway, back to our regularly scheduled programing...


  1. You can't be fooled by that picture, James.
    He really is that bat-shit crazy.
    I bet the kidney stones pass him.

  2. I just read that the speech your quotes came from lasted 89 minutes.

    There ought to be a law against inflicting that on people. Oh the humanity!

  3. This guy was almost elected president.

    What does that say about us as a people?

    Scary, isn't it?

  4. What does that say about us as a people?

    That there IS a God?
    What P.T. Barnaum said? (Whether he actually ever said it or not.)

  5. Sure, we didn't elect the Goracle ... but, we did elect the Obamanation. What does that say about us as a people?

    What? Wasn't Gore far-out enough for us? We were waiting for "the real thing" to come along?

  6. I dunno--

    You can't dodge every bullet?

    There weren't 10 good people to be found?
    [Reference to Abraham bargaining with God]

    Enough minutes had passed since Bush/Gore to give Obama the victory.
    [Reference to there's a sucker born every minute]

    [word verification = Goriess, I kid you not!]

  7. Man. Can that guy frame an argument, or what?

  8. Well, you know, when he was a pre-teen, after his gran-daddy taught him to plow a steep hill-side all afternoon all by himself with a mule, he'd come in, and after taking a moment to wipe the sweat from his manly brow, he'd go out and spend the evening framing a house -- you know, for the he'p to live in. And, after you've framed a house, framing an argument is childs'play.