Live from New York…

No matter your opinion of Al Gore, this one is funny:

posted by Stephen Gordon
  • undercover_anarchist

    HILARIOUS!

    As a misguided young lad in 2000, I voted for Al Gore.

    Please don’t shoot me.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dj95EfvGXgI Jake Porter

    Great video.

    undercover_anarchist,

    At the very old age of twelve I supported Pat Buchanan. That was about four years before I heard of the Libertarian Party.

  • http://www.wachadoo.com Jim

    Ah, the President in Exile… I wish the imposter in power, GW had never stole the elections……

    Jim

  • Stuart Richards

    Yeah, I supported Bush in 2000, so we all made mistakes. (Thankfully I was too young to vote for him.)

    This video is awesome.

  • http://libertarianyouth.blogspot.com Nigel Watt

    Hell, I supported Bush in 2000 and Kerry in 2004, but thankfully I was too young to vote for either.

    2008 on the other hand…My first presidential vote will be, hopefully for George Phillies.

  • http://www.caucusscandal.com Rolf the Ganger

    If we have global warming, what the hell did they have when they named Greenland ‘Green-land’??

  • Stephen VanDyke

    Iceland?

  • http://www.caucusscandal.com Rolf the Ganger

    Iceland was discovered and named much earlier, before the global warming started.

    Iceland is much closer to Sweden.

    There was a warm spell from about 1000-1300. Greenland was discovered and settled during this period. The Vikings planted crops and trees in southern Greenland, and even way up the cost to the north.

    Greenland was then abandoned due to cold, by 1300.

    Then the “little ice age” set in a couple hundred years later, which thawed out in the 1800s.

  • http://libertarianyouth.blogspot.com Nigel Watt

    Well, not really abaondoned – more like “everybody starved to death because the Church took all the land”.

  • http://360.yahoo.com/pong_god Robert Mayer

    Crap, I guess I got here too late – the copyright Nazis yanked it!

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  • Sandra Kallander

    I understood that I own the product of my labor. I’d be happy if anyone protected my copyrights.