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Im here to tell you all how much Al Gore means to me and why I chose to shadow him. He is a great man who ran for presidency, he won but the haters chose to say he lost. He didnt give up, he used his fame to promote Global Warming, a real problem effectin the worlds climate. He is now known as a great environmentalist. I have watched his great movie (The Inconvenient Truth) and i am now following him on Twitter.

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Comment by Linda Engel on March 4, 2010 at 4:14pm
Please do not blindly follow someone's rhetoric. I know it's hard to believe (trust me, I had trouble with this), but George Bush is a better environmentalist - personally following - than Al Gore. I'll give you a link (http://www.examiner.com/x-27803-Trumbull-County-Conservative-Examin...).

I wanted to support Al Gore, but all his hype around his movie caused me to investigate (there's an old adage from Shakespeare "the lady doth protest too much" (the principal meaning of "protest" in Shakespeare's day was "vow" or "declare solemnly). It applies to Al Gore.

Do remain an energy conservationist though. He is right in his rhetoric, just a bit lacking in his practice.
Comment by Bruce Haynes on March 4, 2010 at 4:21pm
Interesting perspective Linda! thanks for contributing! I personally don't care who's better, Im just glad that both you and Mohammed consider both leaders to be on the right path! Mohammed Ive awarded you one for KNOWLEDGE SHARE as I think this is an interesting debate!
Comment by Mohammad Mirza on March 4, 2010 at 5:08pm
@linda: i never thought of Bush that way. Thanks for the advice but the reason i chose Al Gore instead of Bush was because Bush didnt exactly liberate people and Al Gore is more of a environmentalist then a politician and thats why i think hes the safer bet
Comment by Linda Engel on March 4, 2010 at 8:51pm
Oh, I'm definitely not suggesting you follow Bush for ANYTHING. I merely was saying that his house in Texas was more energy efficient (uses geothermal, etc) than Al Gore's in Tennessee. I totally agree that between the two of them, Gore is a much better person to follow.

I just get mad when people say he is the best proponent for environmentalism. Gore has made some improvements to his home in the last couple of years, but it still uses more electricity than some small towns in the U.S.!
Comment by Linda Engel on March 4, 2010 at 9:06pm
Actually Mohammed - I don't get mad - that was a poor choice of words. And I do not mean that I am (or was) angry about your choosing Al Gore. He's a great guy, and I voted for him for president.

What I meant to say was that I do not want people to blindly follow anyone. I used the "mad" word in my last post just as a thoughtless word choice. I really hope you do not take offense.

Comment by Mohammad Mirza on March 5, 2010 at 4:11pm
Nah, its ok. Thanx for the advice


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