Who Really Sufffers From "Gore Derangement Syndrome"?
On the day after Al Gore shared the Nobel Peace Prize, The Wall Street Journal’s editors couldn’t even bring themselves to mention Mr. Gore’s name. Instead, they devoted their editorial to a long list of people they thought deserved the prize more.
And at National Review Online, Iain Murray suggested that the prize should have been shared with “that well-known peace campaigner Osama bin Laden, who implicitly endorsed Gore’s stance.” You see, bin Laden once said something about climate change — therefore, anyone who talks about climate change is a friend of the terrorists.
What is it about Mr. Gore that drives right-wingers insane?
Partly it’s a reaction to what happened in 2000, when the American people chose Mr. Gore but his opponent somehow ended up in the White House. Both the personality cult the right tried to build around President Bush and the often hysterical denigration of Mr. Gore were, I believe, largely motivated by the desire to expunge the stain of illegitimacy from the Bush administration.
Honestly!… It’s pretty obvious who really suffers from Gore Derangement Syndrome.
Maybe Krugman is the one missing the fact that Al Gore’s message of hysteria is seriously flawed?
James Taylor a Senior Fellow from the Heartland Institute reported on the record ice cap growth in Antarctica last week. The purple shaded area shows the record ice cap growth this year in Antarctica.
Also, a judge (suffering from GDS, no doubt) in Great Britain pointed out the serious flaws in Gore’s hysterical film last week.
But… according to Krugman, to question Gore about his facts you must suffer from GDS or, better yet, you must be reacting to the election results in 2000.
It’s pretty obvious who really has the GDS.
Jules Crittenden– “Get Yours Here!”
MORE GORE… Dr William Gray, a pioneer in the science of seasonal hurricane forecasts, blasts Gore for his junk science.