Storm Bear

Hillary - Planetary Saviour?

Filed By Storm Bear | October 01, 2007 11:45 AM | comments

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Tags: Al Gore, draft gore, election campaigns, gay cartoons and comics, Hillary Rodham Clinton, humorous blog post, politics, webcomics

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From the Draft Gore Campaign:

We are entering the final stretch of this campaign, energized by a wave of enthusiasm and the hope that a Gore candidacy may be just weeks away. No, we cannot promise you that. But our candidate has left the door wide open and now it's up to us to try to persuade him to walk through it. Events over the next few weeks could affect this decision - and with it, the course of history. Some of them are out of our hands, such as the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize on October 12. But what we can do is make our voices heard to let Al Gore know that our call to service is backed by our willingness to fight for him.

The war is more or less my number one issue, however, the environment really trumps it. Regardless of the death toll in Iraq, the death toll from global warming could be exponentially greater. Not just for humans, but for other species as well. The war definitely sucks, there is no arguing it. But if the Great Conveyor stops, we are hosed on a scale that cannot be imagined.

Somehow, I doubt Hillary Clinton has the environment at the forefront of her thoughts.

Maybe she just hasn't been able to figure out how to triangulate it yet?

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At this point, I'm beginning to think Gore is a pipe dream.


Marla R. Stevens Marla R. Stevens | October 2, 2007 12:56 AM

He has not indicated an interest and obviously thinks he can do more not having to deal with all the other things that being a candidate, much less a president, would require he divide his attention with.