Skip to comments.C-SPAN Rewind: Gore Blasts Bush Father for Ignoring Iraq Terror Ties (DRUDGE TITLE)
Posted on 06/12/2007 10:41:22 AM PDT by WhistlingPastTheGraveyard
This is the tape featured on The Rush Limbaugh Show on Tuesday. In the 1992 speech Gore condemns President Bush for "blatant disregard for brutal terrorism, a dangerous blindness to the murderous ambitions of a despot."
Gore Blasts Bush
Here is another clip with comments (currently) on.
The whole thing is 10min, but there are some 10-20s quotes sprinkled through that are so un-freaking-real in their hypocrisy, you can’t help but laugh out loud at the absurdity.
Basically it goes...
Terrorism, terrorism, terrorism...
Continues to attack, again and again but is ignored
Ignores everything we say, but we won’t hold them accountable...
WMD, chemical weapons, attacks, killing, despot...
Cannot be allowed to continue, we’re protecting them even though they support terrorism and are pursuing nuke technology...
Bush won’t do anything, Bush is weak and doesn’t care
Terrorism, WMD, continued attacks...
Can’t be friends with such a monster, gassing Kurds, brutally murdering... we can NEVER forget...
You’d think Bush would do something about it...
Letting them get away with it makes them more dangerous...
I myself demanded tough action on the senate floor but Bush ignored it.
Bush had plenty of evidence that Iraq continued to cooperate with terrorists, was meddling in Lebanon, and working hard at chemical and biological weapons and new missiles, and that Iraq was clandestinely working on acquiring nuclear technology through the black market....
Despite this alarming info from the CIA, Defense Department, the Energy Department, the Commerce Department, the Justice Department, the state Department, other agencies... Bush still was trying to give Saddam things to make him change.
Why should Sadddam be concerned with any threat of action, while Bush is always eager to look the other way?
First the Internet, then global warming, now terrorism. Quite an inventor isn’t he.
Gore should stick with a subject that he knows best, like...... Oh, never mind.
Who controlled the CIA from Jan 1993 - Jan 2001?
Who downsized the military and civilian intelligence?
Who relied on electronic survillance from the air rather than having our agents working on the ground gathering intelligence.
Even CIA agents were scarce. It was cheaper to allow third nationals collect intelligence for the United States. We outsourced our whole intelligence gathering apparatus to NIC!
Why didn’t the Clinton Administration force Saddam to except UN inspectors back into Iraq to access the damage after Desert Fox in 1998?
When the Senate Intelligence Report stated we did not have any credible evidence concerning al Queda and Saddam connection; they meant we didn’t have NO intelligence on al Queda or Saddam’s Regime for 8 years before 911 happen.
Clinton Administration wanted to spend the the peace dividend after the Soviet Union collasped.
I wish Gore would run so that we could see this thrown in his face on a regular basis.
Aside from his mindboggling hypocrisy, another thought that comes to mind is that every time I listen to Al Gore, I feel like I’m being scolded.
I was gonna say that quote of his sounded an awful lot like what the Dems did during the Clinton administration...
Unfortunatley, public school tries to dumb you down as much as possible because they don’t want critically-thinking American citizens. Because if you think critically, you’re figure out these things out.
"But I feel kind of bad for him, Dad. I don't think he has any friends." (Stan Marsh)
—...an adventure preordained and planned before 9/11 ever took place.—
An adventure advocated by Goron himself (he was for it before he was against it).
—Darn, he more booring than watching a rock move on a flat surface.—
Well, at least the rock MOVES.
All I want to know is what he in his sing songy black preacher mode?
—Why didnt the Clinton Administration force Saddam to except UN inspectors back into Iraq to access the damage after Desert Fox in 1998?—
Because the main purpose of Desert Fox was to take attention away from the House’s Articles of Impeachment. The schmuck failed to do the right thing (resign, since Monicagate was such a distraction and let the mighty and bellicose Gore handle Saddam). (Chuckle).
It would be amusing if not so appalling and tragic, that Albore and his fellow ‘RATs then had 8 YEARS in office to follow up on the Goreacle’s speech, yet failed so abysmally to properly prepare our nation, straighten out the Iraq mess, etc. This speech should be thrown in the faces of all the lying Demagogues now, but of course the MSM and the ‘RATs don’t care about honesty, consistency or competence when people like the Goreacle are involved.
It’s amazing what happens when our words of two decades ago come back. It used to be the wife who would take care of this part of the universe, but now politicians have fifty million wives on the Internet.
Its better that Clintoon didn’t resign. If he did, then Al Gore most probably won in 2000 running as a sitting POTUS.
Clinton could of taken Monica to Martha Vinyard to have his fling and it wouldn’t be on government time.
Clinton should of come out and said he had the affair.
The Liberals would love him even more for being so honest.
OBL did mention Clinton’s affair in one his speeches.
We must be evil.
Boy will this tape come in handy if Gore decides to run for President....
Should of mention Clinton’s Bay of Camel.
Clinton wanted to overthrow Saddam back in 1995 with the CIA and Kurdish joint venture.
It’s in the 2004 Senate Intelligence Report.
Los Angeles Times has a interesting article when Clinton got cold feet at the last minute and left the Kurds high and dry.
Ibril Massacre happen.
If Saddam was overthrown in the mid 1990’s...we would not be Iraq today.
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