A Job for V.P. Gore?

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  1. Magnetic Poles

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    Could the former Veep have a spot in the new Administration? Some think so.

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    Now there is someone to oversee that. He has been repudiated by several foreign courts on this issue.
     
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    Should complete the non-change, eh ?
     
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    I suggest some warm clothes and an igloo in ANWR!:laugh: :laugh:
     
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    Putting Gore over the environment is like putting Willie Sutton over the bank.

    He flies in that fairly empty large jet of his and claims he's concerned about the environment.
     
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    And goes home to that unnecessary mansion
     
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    Perhaps he can move to Illinois!
     
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    Call him President Gore

    This is breaking News from The Onion, Issue 44•50

    December 9, 2008

    Supreme Court Overturns Bush v. Gore [LINK]

    WASHINGTON—In an unexpected judicial turnaround, the Supreme Court this week reversed its 2000 ruling in the landmark case of Bush v. Gore, stripping George W. Bush of his earlier political victory, and declaring Albert Arnold Gore the 43rd president of the United States of America.

    President Gore, retroactively determined by the Supreme Court to be the winner of the 2000 election, is sworn in for his six-week term.
    The court, which called its original decision to halt manual recounts in Florida "a ruling made in haste," voted unanimously on Wednesday in favor of the 2000 Democratic nominee.

    Gore will serve as commander in chief from Dec. 10 to Jan. 20.

    "Allowing this flaw in judgment to stand would set an unworkable precedent for future elections and cause irreparable harm to the impartiality of this court," said Chief Justice John G. Roberts in his majority opinion.

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  9. LeBuick

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    Wow would that suck, too bad it's not true...
     
  10. rbell

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    Possible jobs for Al:
    • He could hug all the trees that are lonely, so they won't be sad.
    • He could work on an oil rig in Louisiana in the summer, and Alaska in the winter.
    • He could invent another internet...the first one he invented is getting crowded.
    • He could lead voter literacy drives (along with Pat Buchanan) in Florida.
    • He could work for the Secret Service...code name: HANGING CHAD.
     
  11. Revmitchell

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    I don't care who you are that right there is funny.
     
  12. carpro

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    Time enough to surrender.
     
  13. LeBuick

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    Especially another Internet, that one had me rolling... :laugh: :thumbs:
     

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