Skip to comments.McCain: "I have great respect for Al Gore."
Posted on 10/02/2008 5:27:12 PM PDT by mike-zed
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You had to post a picture of that stupid fat bastard? He is the dumbest man I know, what a Looser!! John and I part company when he suggest “he has great respect” for this POS.
I respect the mentally ill also.
I respect the mentally ill also.
Palin won big-time!
I think McCain has a lot more important things to do than to waste peoples’ time with drivel about his ‘great’ ‘respect’ for a discredited climate change moron like gore.
Once again, Palin giveth. John McCain taketh away. sheesh, when will he get that if we wanted liberal, we would vote for Obama.
Perdogg, I understand where you are coming from. You may have heard things that lead you to believe this, and only time will tell. That’s okay.
I still reflect back when McCain was chumming it up with Soros and authoring global warming based legislation with Lieberman three times. One of those times included carbon taxes on fuels.
My perception is that John will come back to haunt you. Look, if you are proven to be right, you and I are both going to be happy.
Yep, we’re on the same page Okie01. I think you’re right. We’ll see.
Asked if he would be a visible presence in international talks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and replace the Kyoto Protocol, McCain, who has clashed with fellow Republicans over climate change, said he would do "whatever is necessary to try to move forward." He said he would involve former Vice President Al Gore in efforts to address the issue. "I would tap him, I would tap people who have been involved in these issues for many years." McCain noted that he disagreed with the Nobel Peace Prize winner about nuclear energy but added, "I have great respect for Al Gore."
Third way on steroids!
TWirPs to the left
TWirPs to the right
TWirPs all around..
What’s a conservative to do?
Whats a conservative to do?
Punt or puke?
Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC) (L) and Joe Lieberman (2nd,L) (I-CT) talk with former Senators Alan Simpson (R) and John Danforth (2nd R) before the vice presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri October 2, 2008. (Jim Young/Reuters)
And Buffett, Whitman, and Gore. Meet McCain's new Cabinet. (barf!)
Or, as Rush Limbaugh said on today's show: "I don't think John McCain is in the tank for Obama, but I'd be hard pressed to prove it."
Another Rushism from today's show: "If McCain wins the election, we won't have to worry about the Democrats in the House and the Senate anymore. They'll be in the cabinet."
If it was not for the presence of Sarah Palin on the ticket, I would probably vote for Bob Barr the LP candidate.
This is as bad as the California recall.
You guys get a Republican that makes Republicans look bad.
I had changed my mind because of Palin but I’m starting to drift towards third party again.
Well there you are, the Republican party has no stones! Reach across the aisles crap, that's all they are good for! It's pretty bad when the potential lady Veep has more stones than the her potential boss. It's gotta be planned, the Pubbies are moving left - nobody can be that stupid, then again.......
I'm getting sicker by the day!
That was my take on it too. I will have to say that even though I have disagreed with George Bush often, I do see the current choice to be particularly vile. He has not even been a team player. It has been me me me me me with this guy for the last twenty years IMO. I’ve got no use for him at all.
Yes, this is sort of like deja vu all over again.
Just reading some things here and what you just wrote I heard him say on the radio. He was being interviewed in Charlotte and claimed that the host did not understand the amnesty bill. He looks down on conservatives and has found a niche for himself. So the sucker lost, beat twice by communists. I never liked him and do not feel bad that he lost. I can’t believe I waited in line to vote for this putz. I just hope next time we get someone else.