So how many of those employees have resigned or are they still working for big oil?
Not too upset to be sure ... they still want a paycheck.
I give it 24 hours before all the gays , tree huggers, and bicycle to work grooves are out in the streets and the Hamas/ Egyptian brotherhood labor pool is brought in !
The silver lining here is, Algore’s reputation as the climate change czar is gone. He’s now a greedy “consultant” to a Middle Eastern “BIG oil” state. Go Al! Gotta love those big bucks Bubba!
Glenn beck.. Big oil.. Beck.. Oil...
Boy their heads must have exploded with those choices.
Are we supposed to surmise that his employees are so stupid they didn’t know what a hypocrite he is (and always has been)?
i really question if algore is sleeping well at night ,with all those hundreds of millions of dirty oil money.
maybe he’s a pod person.
I’m still riled up at that toadie Bob Beckle telling Bill O’Reilly that Joel Hyatt is a ‘conservative’ businessman. No one fact checks them!
On the left, at worst, you can only be is a Hip!-o-crite...your forgiven anything because your are an enlighten being...and just so damm cool!
Al “jazeera” Gore.
Thinking back... I can not think of any other “event” that is more hypocritical than this....
owlGore fundamentally changed this country by pushing his global warming bull chit.... Affected our lives in negative ways for generations to come....cost us billions of dollars...
Almost every aspect of our lives in some form or fashion is tied into some bull chit regulation or policy dealing with this nonsense....
owlGore in my book should be tried for treason but instead walks away with millions and is a complete sell out...
Joel Z. Hyatt (born Joel Hyatt Zylberberg; 1950) is a prominent businessman and former attorney and American politician of the Democratic party. He is the founder of Hyatt Legal Services, and was featured in the law firm’s television commercials speaking the slogan, “I’m Joel Hyatt and you have my word on it.” Hyatt is also the co-founder of Current TV.
Hyatt graduated from Dartmouth College and Yale Law School. He briefly practiced law as an associate at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison.
Hyatt co-founded Hyatt Legal Services in 1977 as a low-cost legal service and later founded Hyatt Legal Plans, which became the country’s largest provider of employer-sponsored group legal services. Hyatt Legal Plans was acquired by MetLife in 1997.
Hyatt was a founding member of the U.S. Senate Democratic Leadership Circle and was a member of that group from 1981 to 1986. He was the Democratic National Committee’s assistant treasurer from 1981 to 1983.
He is the son-in-law of former U.S. Sen. Howard Metzenbaum and in 1994, when Metzenbaum decided to retire from the Senate, Hyatt ran to replace him. Hyatt won the Democratic nomination, but lost to then Ohio Lt. Gov. R. Michael DeWine in the general election.
Hyatt was appointed to the California Public Utilities Commission in June 1999, by Governor Gray Davis. He served six months of a six-year term, resigning in December 1999.
Hyatt served as National Finance Chair for the Democratic party in 2000, and is a business partner of former U.S. Vice President Al Gore In 2004, Hyatt and Gore purchased Newsworld International, a cable news channel, programmed by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, which aired news programming from around the world. On August 1, 2005, Gore and Hyatt relaunched the network as Current TV, a young adult-programmed news and information service which pioneered the concept of user generated content on cable TV.
Hyatt taught entrepreneurship at Stanford University Graduate School of Business from 1998 to 2003. He is a member of the board of trustees of Morehouse College and of The Brookings Institution. Hyatt was elected to the board of directors of Hewlett-Packard Company in May 2007.
In 1990, Hyatt Legal Services paid a $157,000 judgment for illegally firing an attorney in their Philadelphia offices, Clarence B. Cain, because of his AIDS diagnosis. This case became the basis for the 1993 Tom Hanks film Philadelphia.
The girls are going to have a great time with the boys from the gulf.
Joel Hyatt, just so you know, is the son-in-law of the late senator from Ohio, Howard Metzenbaum
Metzenbaum served as the Secretary of the National Lawyers Guild. This organization was launched in 1936 as a spin-off of the International Labor Defense, a Communist front started in 1925 as the U.S. branch of the International Red Aid, a worldwide Soviet-backed group founded in 1922.
In 1940. the NLG President. Russell N. Chase, was also the attorney for the Communist Party USA in Metzenbaum's home state of Ohio.
Metzenbaum was one of three "incorporators" of the Ohio School of Social Science in 1944 and later served as its Treasurer. This school was founded in Cleveland by the Communist Party USA to train operatives, recruit new party members and "indoctrinate Communists and outsiders in the theory and practice of Communism." according to the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee.
It was labeled "a Communist adjunct" by Tom Clark, Attorney General during the Truman Administration.
Can’t wait till those Al Jazeera boys start giving the Current employees their “severance” packages...
Id forgive him (or her) almost anything.
These sentiments apply to Gore, the Clintons and the Obamas.
What is it with liberals? At least this was an honest comment.
“They traded the truth about God for a lie. So they worshiped and served the things God created instead of the Creator himself, “ Romans 1:25 NLT