Hedge-Fund Owner Al Gore Nixes Impeachment Again

4 de junio de 2007

<body><div id="article"><tr><td height="23" valign="middle" width="184"></td><td valign="middle" width="185"></td></tr><h1>Hedge-Fund Owner Al Gore Nixes Impeachment Again</h1><p>June 4, 2007 (LPAC)-- Al "Gordo" Gore, Jr. was interviewed on Saturday, June 2, by Judy Woodruff on Bloomberg Television and once again put out the line from London and the hedge funds: No impeachment of Dick Cheney.</p><p>It was the second time in 48 hours that Fat Albert had thrown his (considerable) weight behind defending Cheney and the White House from impeachment. The first case was the interview on PBS, reported by LPAC under the title,.</p><p>On Bloomberg TV, a network for financiers, Gore ranted in support of fascist environmental policies, such as "a complete moratorium on the building of any new coal-fired generating plants unless there is complete carbon capture and storage,"</p><p>Then Fat Albert let loose on defending Cheney and Bush from the American people. Asked about impeachment, Gore says, "With barely one and a half years left in his term, and with no appetite whatsoever among the American people," it would be pointless.</p><p>He obviously has not been out among the American people lately, or even he would have sensed thegrowing among the populace, and expressed at many a recent Congressional town hall meeting and Democratic Party convention.</p></div></body>