Friday, January 27, 2006

A Zebra Does Not Change Its Spots

Bill Clinton's former flunky and creator of the internet, Al Gore, is now trying to tell our neighbors up north how to run their country. Why is it that left wing losers like Gore are hell bent on giving advice to others?

Gore has told Canadians to be vigilant over their prime minister elect, Stephen Harper. Fearing Harper will pull Canada out of the Kyoto accord fiasco, Gore is trying to tie Harper to the oil industry. This from the man who was the "Chinese Connection" of the Clinton administration and escaped by pleading stupidity and ignorance. He should have gone for insanity.

Darcie Park, spokeswoman for oilsands giant Suncor Energy, said she's taken aback by Gore's remarks and hopes they don't resonate with Canadians.

"Our company just doesn't do business that way. We're really puzzled about where these comments came from," she said.

That's par for the course, Darcie, Gore's comments have puzzled most normal people for years. Hence, the title of this post: "A zebra does not change its spots." Spoken by Al Gore while attacking President Bush in 1992.

Thanks to the Calgary Herald.

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