Gorical Returns to White House– Brings Blessings of Peace

Sing Halleluiah!
The hope for mankind returns to White House on peace mission.
Gorical Returns! Brings Blessings!

He left a politician– He returned a man of peace.

Fellow earthlings rejoice!
President Bush, right, poses for a photo with former Vice President Al Gore with other 2007 Nobel Prize recipients, Monday, Nov. 26, 2007, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

You’ve gotta love the look on W’s face!

Al Gore slapped Bush on back in first trip back home… er, rather, to the White House, since he was defeated 7 years ago.
EarthTimes reported:

In the midst of three days of high-profile Middle East peace talks in the US, Bush hosted Gore for a private talk in the Oval Office before the ceremony. Not just that: Bush rescheduled the ceremony to suit Gore’s globe-trotting travels.

And Gore seemed quite presidential on what was believed to be his first White House trip since the Clinton administration, clapping Bush on the back and ushering him toward the door after Bush welcomed him outside on a chilly afternoon.

“President Bush called vice president Gore and personally asked him to attend,” White House spokeswoman Dana Perino said. “We did have to rearrange the dates to make sure that he was going to be in town.”

She refused to speculate on what the two men would discuss.

But, it was only for a brief visit of goodwill and peace.
His private jet awaits.

Gore later said the meeting was cordial.

HotAir has the video.

Previously Today:
Happy Day!… Man of Peace- Al Gore Finally Makes White House

Related… Carter sends the latest on the planet-saving madness.

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