Skip to comments.** AWARD WINNING *** CAPTION THAT PIC..Tipper and AlGore
Posted on 10/02/2002 10:54:19 AM PDT by Registered
TIPPER:" LISTEN, YOU GET MY HUSBAND A SPEECH THAT DOESN'T CAUSE HIM TO DROP 20 POINTS IN THE POLLS!"
"SO, YOU'RE SAYING I BOMBED? WELL YOU DON'T HAVE TO GET SNIPPY!"
|Wed Oct 2,12:32 PM ET|
Tipper Gore, wife of former Vice President Al Gore, right, gestures while talking to reporters as she and the former vice president leave the Brookings Institute in Washington Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2002 after his economic policy speech. Gore urged President Bush to focus on the nation's stalled economy the way he has on international affairs because "America's economy is in big trouble." (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
Let's try it again.
He's wearing about 10-times more than Tipper is!
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2 (UPI) -- Former Vice President Al Gore charged Wednesday that President George W. Bush's economic policies, as much as the Sept. 11 terrorist attack, have damaged the U.S. economy and that the administration's unwillingness to change could allow the world economy to spiral into recession.
In an address to the Brookings Institution here as toughly worded as Gore's broadside against Bush's war plans from San Francisco last week, Gore said world economic leaders have lost confidence in Bush and his economic team.
Gore likened Bush to a driver who has lost his way and "like the lost driver who won't stop and ask for directions, the president clutches his old plan and races in the wrong direction, farther and farther into the economic wilderness with the fate of nearly 300 million Americans in tow."
Since Bush's Sept. 12 address to the United Nations on Iraq, the Democrats have tried again and again to bring the election debate back to domestic issues and most particularly the economy. But most analysts agree that they have not been successful and the party is split on its view of national priorities.
A few hours after Gore's attack, for instance, two other Democrats mentioned in the 2004 presidential race, Sen. Joe Lieberman, Conn., and Rep. Dick Gephardt, Mo., were in the White House Rose Garden announcing a compromise with Bush's war resolution that they worked out, which would give Bush almost everything he wants. ....
Memo to AlBore: You're so irrelevant!
No one can pull a finger like my Al!
Tipper: Al, Benjamin Wetmore is over there video taping me again! Go take care of him.
Al: Who is Benjamin Wetmore and why should I care?
Meanwhile, Tipper's secretary(center looking down with the not again look on her face) realizes that Al and Tipper have gotten thier medications mixed up again.
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