Skip to comments.Bush Snubs Gore's Global Warming Film
Posted on 05/24/2006 7:48:33 AM PDT by KJC1
(AP) Is President Bush likely to see Al Gore's documentary about global warming?
"Doubt it," Mr. Bush said coolly Monday.
But Mr. Bush should watch it, Gore shot back. In fact, the former Democratic vice president offered to come to the White House any time, any day to show Mr. Bush either his documentary or a slide show on global warming that he's shown more than 1,000 times around the world.
The White House said Mr. Bush already has acknowledged the impact of human behavior on global warming.
"The president noted in 2001 the increase in temperatures over the past 100 years and that the increase in greenhouse gases was due to certain extent to human activity," said White House deputy press secretary Dana Perino.
"Since then he has committed tens of billions of dollars to the science and technology programs that he initiated and we are well on our way to meeting the president's goal of reducing greenhouse intensity by 18 percent by 2012," she said.
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You must not have seen Hellcats of the Navy.
Albore must not have a lot to do here recently if he has shown his slide...ooops, side show more than 1,000 times.
Algore should put some ice on his global warming.
No thanks. We see a side show every time the Democrats get together.
(Super Chicken might have been more appropriate)
Wonder why they don't mention the Oscar he is going to be given for this documentary?
I thought Al Gore was being ceres.
oGre says he's not gonna run for president this time. I don't believe him. I don't want to hear his preachy speeches ever again. I weeded out my circle of friends due to him. I had several who thought his speeches were great, and showed how intelligent he is! Sheesh!
Al has no friends,so he invites himself....he is writing another episode of SP on his own!!!
Since when is exercising good taste in movie choice considered "snubbing"?
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