July 9th, 2010
Inspired by Al Gore: big lummox or crazed sex poodle? (WashingtonPost.com 6/24/10), Global Warming Causes Masseuse to Accuse Al Gore of Trying to Have Sex With Her (DougPowers.com 6/24/10), Police reopen inquiry into sex allegation against Gore (Washington Post 7/02/10), A very inconvenient masseuse: How saint Al Gore, the sanctimonious eco-crusader, lost his halo (and his wife!) Daily Mail 7/03/10), Al Gore’s moral confusion (Jerusalem Post via ClimateChangFraud 7/05/10), and Tipper Gore Isn’t Buying Masseuse’s Story (People 7/09/10).
Like everyone else, I was surprised by the recent revelation
Of Al and Tipper Gore’s separation.
In spite of apparent marital bliss (at least that’s how they portrayed it),
It’s ironic that Bill and Hillary are the ones that have made it.
Could this recent groping allegation
Be the reason for the Gores’ separation?
Could this have caused the marriage to sunder?
Is it even true? I wonder.
The incident shows a lack of character
That for Gore seems out of character.
But what makes hardest for me to believe it’s true
Is that Gore just seems too nerdy, something like that to do.
It’s hard to imagine a guy like Gore
Doing the things he’s now being investigated for.
Impossible? No, but it’s strange there have been no other cases
Of other such behavior at other times or places.
(Even Tipper says that Al wouldn’t something like that do,
Though it would be in her interest to say the allegation’s true.)
For now, I’m willing to give Al the benefit of the doubt
(That’s what “innocent until proven guilty” is all about).
If he did do it and now’s gotten caught,
I’m sure it’s gonna cost him a lot.
Either way, as all good climate change deniers know
(For examples, watch the videos below),
This and Inhofe’s igloo conclusively squash
The myth of Gore’s global warming hogwash.
Here’s Portland, Oregon’s KGW-TV Channel 8’s report (that’s where the alleged assault happened).
Here’s the Fox News report.
Here’s climate expert Sean Hannity back during the big Feb. 2010 snowstorm.
Here’s Alex Jones’ “report” (read Ballad of a Thin Man for more about him).