Steven Taylor rehashes the “Al Gore created the Internet” argument over at PoliBlog.

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  1. Paul says:

    But he DID create the internet.

    He also told Mother Theresa to go to India and he taught Gandhi everything he knew.

    That whole Indiana Jones stroy… That was him.

    Of course, Harison Ford gets all the credit but it was based on Gore’s life.

    And if he would have been elected the Twin Towers would still be standing and Saddam would have just surrendered.

    Hell, if only we would have had the foresight to vote him in office he could have given us world peace and cured cancer.

    Heavy Sigh… What a missed opportunity.


    Are there any Democrats left that are NOT delusional?

  2. Steven says:

    And with Gore, you don’t even have to make stuff up–I’ve got more at PoliBlog.

  3. Delusional, as in thinking Saddam Hussein used WMD’s against us in the war? Delusional in thinking that Bush was wrong when he said they’d found WMDs? Delusional in thinking that this administration supports the troops when in reality they sought to cut their hazardous duty pay? I’d rather be deluded into thinking Al Gore was the inspiration for Love Story, discovered Love Canal and invented wax lips than being deluded into thinking this administration is being honest with the American people. Now, that is deluded.

  4. Paul says:

    Apparently my answer is NO.