Draft Gore!!!

I understand why Al Gore doesn’t want to run.  Someone who actually won the last election and wasn’t elected President probably lost all faith in the American political system.  Besides that, he probably feels that he can affect more change as a philanthopist than as a political leader.  That may have been true 4 years ago, but now enough people have taken up his cause that he can step down and do what America really needs him to do – repair our reputation with the rest of the world.  Hopefully those people who didn’t believe in Global Warming or Climate Change will give it a little more thought now that Gore has won the Nobel Prize.  The truth is, we need a leader.  Whether it’s Al Gore or someone else, we need someone who is respected by the American people and the world community at large.

3,822 US soldiers killed in Iraq.  28,171 US soldiers wounded in Iraq.


9 Responses to “Draft Gore!!!”

  1. October 14, 2007 at 8:52 am

    Hell, yeah!!!

    Here is an entry I did yesterday with specific recommendations at:


    How to Make Al Gore President
    October 12th, 2007 by algoredotorg

    To all who care about our country and our planet:

    On October 10, 2007, Al Gore’s former Chief of Staff in the White House said of a possible Gore candidacy, “He’s not ruled it out in the future.” When asked by a reporter what “the future” meant, Neel said, “Sometime later than today.”

    We can change the course of the future by working together now to get Al Gore to run.

    What to do:

    1) Sign the petition to draft Al Gore
    2) Participate in the “My Two Cents” campaign
    3) Write letters to the editor of your local newspapers
    4) Join an existing Gore group or form a new one
    5) Send this e-mail to at least five people.

    How to do it:

    1) To sign the petition, go to http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/algore2008 /
    2) To participate in the “My Two Cents” campaign, send a letter to Al Gore telling him why you want him to run, and tape two pennies to your letter. Explain that you’ll send real support when he becomes a candidate. Send as many letters as you can to:
    Office of the Honorable Al Gore
    2100 West End Avenue, Suite 620
    Nashville, TN 37203
    3) Write a letter to the editor of at least one local newspaper explaining why Al Gore should run for president (i.e., leadership on global warming, right on Iraq from the beginning, world-wide respect, etc.). Make the letter heartfelt.
    4) Join a Gore group in your area or form one if there isn’t already one. Go to http://www.algore.org/get_involved/gore_groups, enter your zip code, and see if there’s a group near you. If there is no group in your area, consider starting one of your own by following the directions. If you have problems joining or forming a group, contact Karen Wunderman at krw@superlink.net .
    5) Send this e-mail to at least five people on your e-mail list. Also consider printing out hard copies of this letter and distributing them wherever appropriate.

    Thank you on behalf of future generations and our planet.


    Steve Robinson Campaign Director, AlGore.org
    Jim Tate Field Director, AlGore.org
    Karen Wunderman Chief of Staff, AlGore.org

    Posted in 2008 Elections, Academy Awards,

  2. October 14, 2007 at 10:14 pm

    I’d love to see Gore run, if only to see Hilary shit in her pants. But Rude Pundit gives a good explaination not only why he wont, but why he shouldnt. And let’s face it, this nation relected Dubya, we dont deserve Al Gore.

  3. 4 unitedwelay1
    October 16, 2007 at 6:04 pm

    You’re right, we don’t, but we could use him.

  4. October 17, 2007 at 2:58 pm

    I would love to see Gore run, but don’t think he will.

    Dave, we elected John Kerry. Diebold re-elected Bush.

  5. October 20, 2007 at 10:49 am

    There are some GREAT ppl running how about getting behind them, they need your help. Gore had his chance….& what did he do with it? FOLDED! let’s move on please.
    Beating this dead horse isn’t helping.

  6. October 26, 2007 at 11:32 am

    Gore is not going to run. He has 8 years of experience knowing exactly what kind of people the Clintons are and what they are capable of. If you think we live in an age that is beyond political assassinations, think again. Try reading “The Strange Death of Vincent Foster” to clue you in on what fates befall those who get in the Clinton’s way. Ron Brown, Clinton’s Secretary of Commerce was in a terrible plan accident. As if that wasn’t unlucky enough, he was also shot in the head at the same time.

    No, I think Al Gore will stay out of this race, and enjoy his life, his success, and his Google millions.

  7. 8 unitedwelay1
    October 26, 2007 at 4:37 pm

    I don’t in any way believe I live in an age that is beyond political assassinations. I think we’re in the middle of it. I think we’re going to see more of it and it’sgoing to be more obvious. And I don’t think the Clintons are the only ones who have their hands dirty.

  8. October 27, 2007 at 3:35 am

    On that, sadly, we agree. I met the Gore family and spent a good deal of time with them. They seemed like good people in a bad situation…

    The world would be a better place if he was our President today. Then again, I would be hard pressed to find someone worst at the job than “w”.

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