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Algore: tyranny good, climate change bad

In The American Thinker Rick Moran dissects Algore's op-ed on climate change in The New York Times apart.

As a side note, here is a phrase from Algore's piece that should scare the crap out of every lover of liberty:

From the standpoint of governance, what is at stake is our ability to use the rule of law as an instrument of human redemption.

Just like all other tyrannical regimes in the past, right Al? 'Cause you guys know much more than us silly useless eaters...

3 comments to Algore: tyranny good, climate change bad

  • paul vincent zecchino

    "Use law as an instrument of redemption"????

    What more can one say?

    Isn't this the sort of twisted seductive nonsense that tyrants the world over have spewed, in effort to lure weakminded nitwits to their doom?

    This is a very dangerous man.

    Paul Vincent Zecchino
    Manasota Key, Florida
    28 February, 2010

  • Honey

    But at least now all he has is that Nobel Prize and not an elected office in Washington.

  • ojc

    There's no M.D. degree hanging on my walls, but if there was ever a textbook case exemplofying the need for anti-psychotic meds, this is it.

    My theory is that this orca is no dummy. After all, he sits on the board of Apple and has made g-zillions $$$$ with his consulting buddies promoting this hoax. Enter mother nature: Looks to me like the weight of cold hard reality and the avalanche of evidence has begun to roll over his house of cards, causing him to spin out of control (not that he had much to begin with). Even left-leaning publications, like those covering the scandal in the U.K., admit that people are laughing at, if not questioning, all this unfounded hysteria.

    Gore has painted himself into a corner and is unwilling to step over the cans of paint to leave the room with any measure of dignity. So he stubbornly ventures into fantasy land and continues to peddle his lies, knowing they are brutally false, but hey, you got on that horse and now you gotta ride it. This is what mental wards are populated with, folks who are to one degree or another, detached from reality.