Don’t Ask Bill Clinton About Al Gore

So discovers Chicago Sun-Times reporter Bill Zwecker:

• Given I was surrounded by five armed Secret Service agents who eyed me suspiciously, I didn’t have the nerve to bring up Al Gore’s name, but another Aspen pal did so. ”Even though it was about a global warming issue and had nothing to do with that masseuse sex scandal, the mere mention of Gore’s name made Clinton shoot me a very ugly look,” said the source, who realized the former president was mentally connecting the dots to his own well-documented challenges to marital fidelity.

Indeed.

H/T: Instapundit

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Comments

  1. James Joyner says:

    That’s always the problem with these kind of gatherings. They create the faux illusion of collegial equality but some of the attendees are decidedly more equal than others.