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Friday, December 2

Al Gore Has the Good Judgement

Al Gore has done a couple of things that really put him in a good position with the base of the party. The issue that is on everyone’s mind right now is the War in Iraq, and how we got into the war.

While several other well-known Democrats are now trying to explain themselves to voters. This article from the New York Post explains it all. And, please note how Al Gore is mentioned. But, before everyone gets too excited, I’d like to suggest to people that a lot more issues will come and go before 2008, so in my opinion, we all should stay calm. We may not actually have many forces in Iraq in 2008. The issue will be one of judgment. Who was correct in voting and speaking out against the war?

We know that Al Gore was on the right side of this issue from the beginning.



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Comments on "Al Gore Has the Good Judgement"

 

Blogger NeuvoLiberal (@ 12/02/2005 9:49 PM) said:  

Gore gets mentioned in most 2008 articles and polls these days. The only two places that continue to omit him are two of the best known progressive blogs on the planet. Ironic, isn't it?

 

Blogger DC4AlGore (@ 12/02/2005 11:08 PM) said:  

Yea, and thanks!

 

Blogger freethepress (@ 12/04/2005 11:58 AM) said:  

Gore has been speaking out on many important issues around the country. It is clear he wants to get into this. We need to help push him into it.

We should start fundraising and buy some billboard and newspaper ads in places like Iowa and New Hampshire to fuel speculation and draw more people to the online draft gore movement.

We need to organize the online draft Gore movement into a more cohesive unit. I think there are at least two draft Gore online petitions. They need to be combined into one.

Link

http://new.petitiononline.com/AG2008/petition.html

and

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/303874397?ltl=1133726176


I know if we all come together we can do this. I want to help!

 

Blogger NeuvoLiberal (@ 12/04/2005 3:52 PM) said:  

FTP:

We need to help push him into it.

I don't think that Gore should be pushed into anything. IMO, he should step into the rink by his own choice and will.

At least the way I see it, the effort here is to show him that we are there to support him and we will be there to stand up for him, should be choose to run.

Fundraising along the lines you suggest has not been thought about at this point, but as the group expands and evolves, it will be a group decision to undertake fundraising on that kind of scale when and where it is feasible and advantageous,

The second petition you mention: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/303874397
is written by our group members and is endorsed by us, but collaboration is most certainly welcome. More hands that join, the better are the chances of the draft efforts succeeding.

Thanks for offering to help, and we welcome your participation. Please see this comment.

NL

 

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