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John Gibson's Grotesque Message Of Hate To Al Gore

Reported by Deborah - February 13, 2006

John Gibson's behavior today on Big Story was astonishing. His cruel and malicious commentary on Al Gore was a disgrace not only to himself but to this country as well. Gibson didn't like the comments made by Gore this weekend at the Jiddah Economic Forum, which is fine. He's certainly entitled to a critical analysis of Gore's speech. However, Gibson went far, far beyond critical analysis into a range of rhetoric that goes beyond reason.

Here is a transcript of Gibson's My Word commentary on Gore. The opening visual imagery was especially distasteful.
"It must kill Al Gore that he's not President.It must be a terrible burning tumor in his gut eating at him every day of his life."

Then after Gibson called Gore a liar , he started taunting him about the Presidency. His tone had the level of ridicule reached when bullies are surrounded by their support system.
"These statements indicate every so often Al Gore just can't help playing president, but even pretend presidents have to face tough questions."

The closing statement was the hardest to watch because Gibson was sneering and snarling.

President Gore needs a reality check. As much as he thinks he ought to have been President 43, and as unfair as he thinks the counting was which denied him the office he thought was his from birth, the fact is he just isn't President Gore.

He's just a presidential wannabe. Never was and never will be. And it's killing him. And it's why every so often he says these crazy things.

Pity Al Gore. It's the fever that won't pass.

comment: As always the administration needs all the enemies they can find to deflect attention from the truith. However, there seems to be some fear that Al Gore might be planning to run in 2008. The results of a Fox News Poll shows some favorable results for Gore. His name is buried in the section talking about the fantasy candidates like Oprah. Al Gore got 34% which is too high to ignore.

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