Tuesday, February 14, 2006


Judas sold out Jesus Christ to the Romans for thiry pieces of silver; how much did the Saudis pay Al Gore to come overseas and sell out America?

Former Vice President Al Gore told a mainly Saudi audience on Sunday that the U.S. government committed "terrible abuses" against Arabs after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, and that most Americans did not support such treatment.
Gore told the largely Saudi audience, many of them educated at U.S. universities, that Arabs in the United States had been "indiscriminately rounded up, often on minor charges of overstaying a visa or not having a green card in proper order, and held in conditions that were just unforgivable."
"Unfortunately there have been terrible abuses and it's wrong," Gore said. "I do want you to know that it does not represent the desires or wishes or feelings of the majority of the citizens of my country."

Unbelievable...why do they hate us, you ask? Maybe because a man who was Vice-President for eight years, and came within a haresbreath of being President, is inciting hatred with lies about "midnight roundups"? And for how much money? When Ronald Reagen went overseas after his presidency for speaking engagements (with friendly countries), the media dug and dug until they found out what Ronnie's payday was. But Al Gore, taking money from a nation that was home to 15 of the 19 9/11 hijackers, in order to spew pro-terrorist propoganda? No story there, folks!

Tigerhawk's response, (link via Damian Penny), hits the nail on the head

So this is what Gore has done: he has traveled to Jiddah to explain to the elites of an ugly and tyrannical regime that the big problem in the world isn't the oppression of Arabs by Arabs throughout the Middle East and North Africa, but the mistreatment of a few hundred Arabs in the United States...
There is simply no defense for what Gore has done here, for he is deliberately undermining the United States during a time of war, in a part of the world crucial to our success in that war, in front of an audience that does not vote in American elections. Gore's speech is both destructive and disloyal, not because of its content -- which is as silly as it is subversive -- but because of its location and its intended audience. He should be ashamed. But he won't be. The leadership of the Democratic party should disavow Gore's Jiddah speech. But it won't.

The Democrats will not repudiate this speech, because they believe it. Just ask Ted Kennedy, or Dick Durbin, or Robert Byrd, or Nancy Pelosi. If they were there, they would have been standing and applauding.
And I still want to know how much Gore was paid to speak at Jiddah. I want to know what the price of treason is in 2006. Sadly, Judas' 30 pieces of silver two thousand odd years back was probably a heftier price in today's dollars than Al Gore recieved to sell out the last good country.


Daimnation! here: http://www.damianpenny.com/archived/005750.html

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