That milquetoast slab of meat AL GORE is at it again. He has yet another movie about the environment (snore) coming out in August and was featured on CBS Sunday Morning just a few hours ago. When are all these doomsday climate change morons gonna get over it? Climate change, my ass. As if!
I’m kidding of course. Al Gore will be known as one of the 20th and 21st centuries’ most significant and influential men. Watching him speak this morning, I could only ponder the American electorate’s preposterous decision to vote DUBYA into office rather than the thoughtful and intelligent visionary Al Gore surely is.
Dubya was of course a shitty president because he a) wasn’t very bright…b) wasn’t very hard-working…and c) wasn’t very qualified. Remind anybody of a certain president? Ok! That’s not fair. TRUMP has worked very very very (couldn’t resist) hard all his life at manipulating people and circumstances to his own advantage. Some might say that DJT’s particular gift just might serve the American public when he manipulates Putin into a corner as he has many banking institutions in the past. With a little luck, Vlady and the rest of the world is as stupid as your average American voter. But don’t count on it.
When I witness Dubya beating Gore…and Trump beating Hillary, I shake my head at how we as a nation manage to elect the stupider candidate. Could it be that we like stupid? Whatever…Al Gore should have been president. And though he wasn’t, we should still heed his call. We are killing the planet. And Donald Trump, who is championing coal rather than convincing his brain-dead constituency to adapt to the new world, has chosen to pull out of the worldwide initiative to clean up our planet.
I just can’t believe it. A guy who tweets venom at 3 AM? A guy who doesn’t believe we’re polluting our planet despite all the scientific evidence which supports climate change? And we have him as the leader of the free world while we make sure that men like Al Gore, who is the man most responsible for the development of the Internet and the initiative to clean up our planet, don’t make it to our nation’s highest office!
In some ways, I’m glad to be 67 and have no children so I don’t have to worry about the future. Because if we continue to elect candidates the likes of Dubya and DJT, the future doesn’t hold a lot of promise. And we have only ourselves to blame.