From that link.
Have to post this one:
Al Gore claims “I took the initiative in creating the Internet,” but mixed up Web addressing. An August 8, 1996 story by Bob Schieffer on the CBS Evening News shows Bill Clinton and Gore looking over the shoulders of school kids who appear to be surfing the Web. Clinton asks Gore: “What’s our e-mail address, Al? You know that?” Gore replies with a Web address: “Yeah, w, w, w, dot White House.” Gore pauses and an aide pipes up “dot gov,” prompting Gore to add an erroneous extra “dot” as he instructs the student to enter “dot gov dot.”
During January 17, 1993 pre-Inaugural tour of Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s home, shown live by C-SPAN, Al Gore asks of busts of George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and Marquis de Lafayette: “Who are these people?” Also along on the tour: wife Tipper as well as Bill and Hillary Clinton.
“I took the initiative in creating the Internet,” Al Gore preposterously claimed on the March 9, 1999 Late Edition/PrimeTime, but that didnt faze CNNs Wolf Blitzer who just kept tossing softball questions.
Last one is my favorite.