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Published:October 12th, 2007 09:52 EST
Gore's New Slogan: So, How Many Nobel Peace Prizes Has Hillary Won?

Gore's New Slogan: So, How Many Nobel Peace Prizes Has Hillary Won?

By John Lillpop


Former Vice President Al Gore's efforts to save the planet finally paid dividends when he was able to triangulate a phony non-issue into a Nobel Peace Prize, a mockery of science that Gore shares with a UN panel.

With this spectacular achievement, Gore has gained the love and adoration of billions of people across the globe who yearn for a strong leader with the spiritual and moral credentials to lead the world out of the environmental quagmire created and perpetuated by G.W. Bush.

Above all else, Al Gore has taken the high road in doing something positive to change America's tattered image as a collection of 300 million over- consuming, overweight spoiled brats who view the rest of the world as America's garbage disposal, ashtray and septic tank.

Thanks to Al Gore, the world is starting to realize that there is indeed a good and gracious side to Americans.

Because of Al Gore, the world realizes that we care about more than money, sex, football and 80-inch plasma televisions.

Al Gore has single-handedly reinvigorated the notion that Americans are among the most noble and trustworthy citizens on earth.

Next to inventing the Internet, and losing the 2000 election to a non-English speaking cow poke from Texas, winning the Nobel Peace Prize is the most remarkable event in the life of American hero Al Gore.

During the time that Al Gore has been dazzling the world with his spiritual and moral superiority, Hillary Clinton continues her relentless drive toward being the most corrupt politician ever to run for elective office.

Hillary's associations with the likes of Norman Hsu, Sandy Berger and Slick Wille only serve to reinforce her image as the woman whom people instantly like, but come to despise once they get to know her better.

If there were a female Darth Vader in American politics, it would surely be Hillary Clinton.

From a partisan political perspective, Al Gore's latest triumph will inevitably catapult him into the front of the pack of Democrats running in the 2008 presidential election sweepstakes.

Indeed, strategists working on Gore's behalf in Nashville, Tennessee, speaking on condition of anonymity, have disclosed Gore's major campaign theme.

Namely, "So, How Many Nobel Peace Prizes Has Hillary Won?"

You go, boy!