Saturday, March 24, 2007

Gore says "I'm special & allowed to be a hypocrite"

Taking shots at Al "the sky is falling" Gore, has become entertaining lately.

More information keeps coming out that his "documentary" should have actually been considered a "science fiction" movie. It appears the scientists used by Gore, were busy with other important experiments and may have given him flawed information.

While wearing his new air tight Global Warming Approved Underwear (the underwear reduces dangerous gas emissions harmful to the ozone) Gore has traveled the country in private jets to spread his message to the masses. These GWA underwear are a great way to earn carbon offsets.

In validating claims that he is a hypocritical energy hog, the ever growing Gore refuses to practice what he preaches.

World Net Daily reports:

Al Gore, who has a mansion in the posh Belle Meade area of Nashville, has rejected a senator's request that he take a pledge to use no more energy than the average American.

As WND reported earlier, the former vice president's home consumes more electricity each month than the average American household uses in an entire year, according to data compiled by the Tennessee Center for Policy Research from the Nashville Electric Service.

The request was put to Gore by Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., who is the ranking member of the Environment and Public Works Committee, during a congressional hearing this week at which Gore was asking Congress to impose new taxes to address
global warming.

Inhofe showed Gore a film frame from "An Inconvenient Truth," ..... where it asks viewers: "Are you ready to change the way you live?"

"Are you willing to make a commitment here today by taking this pledge to consume no more energy for use in your residence than the average American household by one year from today?" Inhofe asked.

The pledge he requested Gore subscribe to was:

As a believer:

  • that human-caused global warming is a moral, ethical, and spiritual issue affecting our survival;
  • that home energy use is a key component of overall energy use;
  • that reducing my fossil fuel-based home energy usage will lead to lower greenhouse gas emissions; and
  • that leaders on moral issues should lead by example;

I pledge to consume no more energy for use in my residence than the average American household by March 21, 2008.

But the record shows Gore refused.

Inhofe also challenged Gore's suggestions that major changes are required in order to prevent significant impacts from global warming. More....

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