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Australian Climate Madness

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Al Gore (remember him?) desperate to get in the news

Gore tries desperately to bask in some of the reflected glory of Obama's presidential victory, by somehow claiming "the internet" could help save the planet, much as it helped elect Obama (no, I don't get it either). Anyway, the Sydney Morning Herald, willing as ever to print a non-story such as this, reports:
The one-time presidential contender turned environmental champion told Web 2.0 Summit goers in San Francisco Friday that technology has provided tools to save the planet while creating jobs and stimulating the crippled economy.

"The young people who have been inspired by Barack Obama's campaign and the movement that powered Barack Obama's campaign want a purpose," Gore said.

I guess that purpose would be transferring large sums of money to Gore's pointless climate corporations?
"One of the reasons we were all thrilled Tuesday night is it was pretty obvious this was a collectively intelligent decision."

The Internet's critical role in Democrat Obama's victory in the presidential race against Republican John McCain was a "great blow for victory" in addressing a "democracy crisis" stifling action against climate change, Gore said.

The only person stifling anything is Gore himself, who refuses to debate with anyone who might ask a difficult question about climate change.

Read it here.


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